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I can't track down the Ike Davis thread, but as an update, he now has an 85 OPS+. Now, this is a SSS, but he is now up to his last 450 PA with an 89 OPS+. I would still use his career 111 OPS+ if I had to pick between the two, but I think the emergence of Ike Davis the superbeast might have been a little hasty.
Subjectively, it seems like he swung really well on his first day or two with the team and has done absolutely nothing sense.
I'm not optimistic that anything fixable is wrong with Ike Davis.
Nothing wrong with that, can keep going along at a 115 OPS+ give or take, but the guy is 28, there's no bright future where his raw tools are finally refined.
I'll grant that I haven't park-adjusted any of those numbers, maybe it's really good for Citi. But it still doesn't flow through to a good OPS+ which is adjusted.
the only ones the Mets talked about as prospects (or at all) were FMart and Evans- who have had, by far, less success than the others
This is not my memory at all. FMart was of course known as the best prospect of the bunch, but Evans did not get more love than Murphy or Carp did.
Aside from FMart, prior to any MLB call-ups, Evans was the only one listed in #10 that the Mets' announcers ever so much as mentioned as existing - and the announcers certainly got their talking points from the club.
Carp was always very much discussed as a prospect by Mets fans
Is Fartinez out of baseball?
By Mets FANS not by the Mets or anyone close to the club.
As long as we're talking, has anyone been paying attention to how Puello is doing?
2013's #1, Domonic Smith, isn't hitting
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