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The article implies that the team likes Harvey enough that they think he can join the rotation this year. While I'm glad they're high on him, I think that given a) his age, b) the fact that it's simply easier to relieve and c) the acknowledged need for a righty RP, I'd rather have him start off in the major league bullpen.
Of course, there's no reason why he couldn't help out this year as a reliever and go back to being a starter.
And as far as "that big right handed hitter" who's out there?
I wonder what the Mets could get for Lucas Duda. He's a solid hitter but he's a 1B/DH and the Mets already have Ike.
What the hell is a RamRam?
the Mets really could use a decent-hitting platoon partner for Thole to help offset all of the other lefties.
Which should be pretty easy to obtain.
It amuses me that they stuck with Ike for so long while he was stuck on the interstate and everyone was screaming for him to be optioned. But one fat pitch to Russell Martin, and TC put Jon Rauch behind “emergency use only” glass case.
I wish the Wilpons were smart enough to know that now is the time to strike and put in $10M of their own money to keep the Mets competitive.
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