The Mets’ Starting Pitching: How To Fix the Fiasco

Posted: 4th January 2010 by Walker McKeough in MLB
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Inátheirárecent acquisitions, Mets management has shown they are unwilling to invest in prospects but instead, shovel out huge amounts of money for Jason Bay (four years, $66 million) and, in all likelihood, 35-year oldáBengie Molina.á With a heavy loaded lineupáconsisting ofáBay, Beltran, Frenchy, Wright, and Reyes, the Mets have the hitting lineup to get to the playoffs. But they still lack a pitching staff; hell, they still lack a credible defence, cough, Luis Castillo. The Mets have an abysmal starting pitching rotation.áThank God we somehow got Johan Santana for Carlos Gomez and threeáprospects. Well, the second, third, fourth, and fifthápitching slots in the rotation are a mystery.á Mike Pelfrey took a huge step backwards last year with a 5.02 ERA and a 10-12 record.á John ...

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