Monthly Archives: December 2018

Were 2018 Stat Projections Correct – Rafael Montero

Last year I debated writing the Stats projection article for Rafael Montero because by the time I eventually got around to it in April, Montero already was sidelined by Tommy John surgery for the entire 2018 season. Ultimately, Hansel Robles … Continue reading

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Were 2018 Stat Projections Correct – AJ Ramos

Every spring I collect several projections sources and average them together to do a meta-projection. Last year I pulled projections from Baseball Prospectus, ZiPS, Steamer, ESPN, and Baseball Reference. AJ Ramos projections will be hampered by injuries, which is a … Continue reading

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Were 2018 Stat Projections Correct? – Hansel Robles

Every spring I collect several projections sources and average them together to do a meta-projection. Last year I pulled projections from Baseball Prospectus, ZiPS, Steamer, ESPN, and Baseball Reference. I’m also a completionist, so if I wrote a stat projection … Continue reading

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Were the 2018 Projections Correct? – Paul Sewald

Every spring I collect several projections sources and average them together to do a meta-projection. Last year I pulled projections from Baseball Prospectus, ZiPS, Steamer, ESPN, and Baseball Reference. Were the 2018 projections correct for Paul Sewald? Before the 2017 … Continue reading

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Reviewing Baseball America’s Top 30 Mets Prospects: #1 Andres Gimenez

The final entry in this 30 part article series! Last year’s #1 prospect – Andres Gimenez! From 2013 on the Mets farm system was turning out starting pitching prospects between the surprise success of Jacob deGrom, to the heavily anticipated … Continue reading

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Reviewing Baseball America’s 2018 Top 30 Mets Prospects: #2 David Peterson

Can you believe it? We’re almost done! David Peterson was selected 20th overall in the 2017 draft and was placed immediately in Brooklyn. Peterson was known for his control his last year in college where he cut his walk rate … Continue reading

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Reviewing Baseball America’s 2018 Top 30 Mets Prospects: #3 Justin Dunn

Well, this is going to be an awkward article. You know what happens when you drag your feet writing an article series on Mets prospects that you could have started in the first week of October? You get to the … Continue reading

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Reviewing Baseball America’s 2018 Top 30 Mets Prospects: #4 Peter Alonso

So this should be fun! Peter Alonso and Jeff McNeil were the two players in the Mets farm system that saw their stocks sky rocket last year as the season went on. Eventually Jeff made his way to Queens after … Continue reading

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Reviewing Baseball America’s 2018 Top 30 Mets Prospects: #5 Thomas Szapucki

The Mets #5 prospect had an early end to his 2017 season thanks to Tommy John. He took all of 2018 to recovered (this was planned, it’s even written in his Baseball America 2018 scouting report) and he finally returns … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas Mets – Here’s Wilson Ramos!

BVW followed up his end of Winter Meetings signing of Jeurys Familia with Wilson Ramos. Unlike the Cano/Diaz trade which were discussed heavily in the media for at least a week before they happened, the Familia and Ramos signings seemed … Continue reading

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