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Player Profile: Tyler Bashlor: Strikeouts are His Calling Card

Tyler Bashlor was outstanding in his late season call-up to the Rumble Ponies, posting a 0.75 E.R.A. in 14.2 innings over his 12 appearances, while striking out 23 batters. Bashlor, an 11th round draft pick out of South Georgia State … Continue reading

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Player Profile: If Only Champ Stuart Could Steal First Base…

You won’t find Champ Stuart’s name on many prospect lists for the New York Mets, even though he is one of the organization’s fastest players and can run down just about anything in the outfield. Known for his defense and … Continue reading

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Player Profile: David Thompson Showing Signs of Being a High Flier

At a cursory glance at David Thompson’s three-year minor league career, there is nothing that jumps off the page, nothing that indicates a future major league star. He has a pedestrian batting average of .261 in 1,114 at-bats and has … Continue reading

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Harvey and Mets Realize the Road to Recovery from TOC Surgery Not a Smooth One…

by Jim Maggiore November 17, 2017. This week Scott Boras, the agent for Matt Harvey, expressed optimism about Matt Harvey’s career. He explained that Harvey just needed to regain the command he had had before his Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOC) … Continue reading

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Player Profile: Peter Alonso: Thunder Someday Accompanying Thor’s Lightning?

Binghamton fans were treated to a cameo appearance by Alonso at the end of the 2017 season and were excited by the raw power that Alonso displayed. At first glance Alonso’s statistics were not all that impressive: 45 at-bats, two … Continue reading

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Nobody Asked Me, but Carlos Santana? Mets Should Look Elsewhere…

Binghamton, November 15. Recent media reports have the Mets showing interest in Carlos Santana, the slick fielding, power-hitting first baseman for the Indians. At a cursory glance, this makes sense—the Mets need another bat in the lineup to offset the … Continue reading

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Collin McHugh Shines for the Astros a Day Too Early

Collin McHugh threw four hitless and scoreless innings in Game 3 of the ALCS, when the Astros lost to the Yankees, 8-1. Oh how the Astros could have used some of those shutout innings in Game 4, when the Astros … Continue reading

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