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“At this particular time if (Mejia)’s the fifth guy, how many innings can he go?”
To be fair, if Mejia is going great, the team is in wildcard contention (they're planning on winning 90, remember? ;) and they shut him down in August, we saw with Strasburg how well that goes over. If you're planning on him not piching in a given month, I do think April makes more sense than September.
PS -- I prefer Mejia as #5, too, but if Dice-K shows something in the early going -- ie. first 7-10 starts -- and they can trade him for prospects, why not?
Can't see Dike K bringing back anything in prospects, but who knows.
Garcia is yours for the taking.
He spent the Winter at an agility camp
The Mets have agreed to pay $100,000 to Daisuke Matsuzaka to preserve the right to have him open the season not on the major-league roster.
Officially, the payment defers for another turn a decision on whether Matsuzaka or Jenrry Mejia will emerge as the final rotation member. Mejia is due to pitch against the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday in Montreal, with Matsuzaka pitching at Olympic Stadium the following day.
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