2009 NY Mets: Evaluating The Starting Pitching

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

As part of my series of season ending posts, I recently interviewed Andrew Vazzano of TheRopolitans to discuss the state of the Mets starting pitching staff and the outlook for 2010.

Special thanks to Andrew for doing the interview. Be sure to check him out over at TheRopolitans

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4 Responses to 2009 NY Mets: Evaluating The Starting Pitching

  1. Dave_Doyle says:

    Great job by you and Andrew. I think Lackey will be too pricey for the Mets this offseason. They have too many holes to fill to put up half of their free money on one player. I'd love to see the Mets get Jon Garland. He isn't great but he's extremely consistent. He and the Dodgers have a mutual option for next year at $10 million. He should turn that down… He can get more as a free agent and the Mets would be perfect.

    • kerelcooper says:

      Well if the Mets spend at least enough money this off season to equal this seasons payroll, they may be able to afford to big time players (SP and LF or 1b). I guess thats what I am hoping for…stay at the same level of payroll.

  2. Manny says:


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