Mets Priorities This Winter: What Needs to Be Done?

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Wendy Adair in MLB
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The Mets have a lot to work on this coming off season, and like most winters, transactions should be a constant priority. Here is my list of what I think are the most pressing items for management to consider: 1)  Do not issue long term, high dollar contracts to any player.  In this time of financial difficulty, no player is worth acquiring if that goes with the demand of being locked in for a long term deal. 2)  Make sure that players are mentally and physically ready for the season in Spring Training and condition their minds and bodies accordingly.  I realize that this past season the WBC wreaked  havoc on the schedule and on the players, but team-first needs to be stressed from the top down. 3)  Acquire an everyday left fielder, no insult to ...

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Mets Priorities This Winter: What Needs to Be Done?

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Wendy Adair in MLB
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The Mets have a lot to work on this coming off season, and like most winters, transactions should be a constant priority. Here is my list of what I think are the most pressing items for management to consider: 1)  Do not issue long term, high dollar contracts to any player.  In this time of financial difficulty, no player is worth acquiring if that goes with the demand of being locked in for a long term deal. 2)  Make sure that players are mentally and physically ready for the season in Spring Training and condition their minds and bodies accordingly.  I realize that this past season the WBC wreaked  havoc on the schedule and on the players, but team-first needs to be stressed from the top down. 3)  Acquire an everyday left fielder, no insult to ...

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Article written by Wendy Adair

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