"The Mets don't have the MONEY to re-sign Jose Reyes."Let me be the first to call B.S. on this. If the Mets are going to have a $120 Million dollar payroll they'll have just under $60 Million to spend before the re-sign arbitrate etc... With all arbitration assumed I'd estimate $45 Million still free. Is there no room for Reyes in that money? Wait... maybe they'll be too busy getting pitching.
- Chris Carpenter, 37
- Roy Oswalt, 34
- Ryan Dempster, 35
- C.J. Wilson, 31
- Edwin Jackson, 28
- Mark Buerhle, 33
Above is a small list of some of the BETTER starters available in free agency. All I can help seeing is that the Mets might as well save that $45 Million for 2013 if they want only pitchers... but while they're doing that, maybe they should spend part of it on one of the most popular players on the club.
Jeff Wilpon and company have legal woes and all of that, but they are not exactly going to send out a baseball team with a payroll beneath $100 Million in New York City. The next time you hear Evan Roberts talk about it on WFAN. Call up and call him out on his B.S. Then wait for Steve Somers to come onto the air, he's the only one I like.
Up This Week:
Let's Be Silly - I'm Gonna Spend Those $60 Million... and Have Some Fun.
Platoon - Visiting Turner and Murphy and Giving the New Platoon a Grade.
Re-Alignment - Like Any Good Mechanic I Have to Check the Rotation.
Minor Qualms - Let's Take the Rose Colored Specs Off, Shall We?