Tag: New York Mets

Unaware They Aren’t Competing, Mets Trade for Marcus Stroman

by Alex Poletti

In a move that confused many in professional baseball, the New York Mets traded two minor league arms for Toronto Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman, despite the fact that they sit in fourth place in their division and are in no position to compete. Majority owner Fred Wilpon explains to The Second String that the Mets know they aren’t in it this year, but they don’t want to break freshman GM Brodie Van Wagenen’s heart.

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Recent Disappearance of Mets Outfielder Caps Month of Strange Things Across MLB

by Justin DePalatis

Locked in a scoreless pitchers’ duel, the New York Mets seemed primed to head to the 11th inning as Pablo Sandoval’s routine two-out fly ball floated toward Dominic Smith’s waiting mitt. Only, when the ball arrived, Smith’s glove, and notably, his entire body, had disappeared.

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