Tagged: Nashville

Should Mets sign Pedro Alvarez?


Pedro Alvarez to the Mets? It may not sound as outlandish as it seems. Truth be told, the slugging first baseman is still on the free agent market looking for a home. As Opening Night is quickly approaching, it wouldn’t be a bad idea for the Mets to kick the tires on the 29-year-old slugger. Continue reading


Don’t forget about Rafael…

monteroweb1s-1-webRafael Montero may be a pitcher in Mets fans distant memories. Unfortunately injuries and a plethora of young hurlers tended to shift away attention and dim Montero’s star. But it wasn’t too long ago many Mets fans were wondering where this young hurler would slide in the rotation, as he had all of the makings of a future top of the rotation-starting pitcher. Continue reading

The Best Power Hitter Not In MLB…


Will Alfredo Despaigne be the next Cuban superstar to make the jump to Major League Baseball? It is a legitimate question, as arguably 3 out of the 4 top players that were on the island have defected recently in pursuit of obtaining a Major League Baseball contract. Continue reading

Mets 30 Clubs in 30 Days Airing


Hey fellow Mets fans, be sure to check out MLB Network’s 30 Clubs in 30 Days special on the New York Mets. It is scheduled to air Sunday, March 20 at 4pm ET. For those unfamiliar, the special airing will include interviews, predictions, and field reports about the Mets. Make sure to tune in!

Mets Lineup Preview…


The Mets will begin playing Spring Training games next week, and it is never too early to start looking at the projected Opening Day lineup. Terry Collins had floated this lineup around back in January, and I believe this lineup makes the most sense. Below I put together what the Opening Day lineup might look like, and the player’s statistics of hitting in that spot in the lineup last season. Continue reading

Nashville Athletics…


How would Major League Baseball in Nashville sound? I believe the city of Nashville being able to support a Major League Baseball team is closer than you may think coming from a fellow Nashville resident. Continue reading