The bid deadline has passed.If you then missed any of the Mets news, it’s here Great summary for you.. But in addition to all this news, one thing happened on Wednesday. Cohen used Twitter to ask important questions to Mets fans.
Who was the most interesting player who wasn’t bid on, and why?
— Stephen Cohen (@ StevenACohen2) December 3, 2020
Another way Cohen shows fans what they think, what they want, and what they care about improving the organization.
Not surprisingly, here at MMO, I was able to answer this question just as he asked. What makes the Mets experience better?..
Steve Cohen, here’s who and why we think we’re the most interesting players.
The most intriguing non-bid is our close friend, Hansel Robles.. The Robles dominated in 2019 and struggled in the shortened season of 2020. I still want to see his arm with a bullpen.Sandy Alderson and his companions would love to see the Robles Blood brush.. The Robles have a way to go, but he also demonstrates his ability to have a dominant stretch. He also has the largest savior entrance in history, which has nothing to do with this.
Two intriguing non-bids from today we popped out Kyle Schwarber With the Chicago Cubs David dahl Of Colorado Rockies. Those players aren’t always well-suited to Mets’ current needs, but they let go, especially in the case of Dahl, who has been shown to be a quality Major League batter while in Colorado. It was interesting to see. If Universal DH stays here, there should be a lot of suitors in Showbar’s Power Bat.
In terms of who Mets can use this season, I think Ryne Stanek Both the inning option before the bullpen and the possible depth behind the starting rotation can be an interesting suitor. He took almost no action with the Marlins this past season, but once held the fort as the Tampa Bay Rays opener, and he wasn’t half bad: he averaged 10.7K in 122 appearances. / 9 (56 starts, 22 games finished) Between 2018 and 2019, the left-handed hit him only .183 in the meantime.
He also sits in the 97th percentile of fastball velocity and the ball also has a lot of spin.Between him Sam McWilliams, Mets will have the right project of two hard throws from a solid pitching background that acts as a basic short-term relief depth. Jointly with Sundi. Don’t hesitate to offer Stanek a minor league contract.
I need to agree with Dilip here in that I think Robles will be an intriguing option. You can bring out as many “pointing to the sky” jokes as you like, but in reality, this guy still has a fastball in the mid-’90s and will be dominant in the Angels in 2019, 9.3 K / 9 And posted 2.48 ERA in 2.0 BB / 9. He is excellent, has a still-living arm, and is familiar with this organization. Especially for the team where the bullpen struggled very hard last year, this is the kind of person who would definitely bring a leaflet when the opportunity arises.