Morning reading: Mets prospects who could debut in 2015 & more
It’s never too early to start looking ahead to next season. ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin has started doing just that with a series of “Burning Questions” articles. The first installment covers ten Mets prospects who could make their major league debut in 2015.
- Jacob deGrom is a finalist for the MLB Players’ Choice “Outstanding Rookie” award. (ESPN New York)
- Travis d’Arnaud‘s surgery to address a bone spur in his right elbow was successful. (ESPN New York)
- The Arizona Diamondbacks have received permission to interview Chicago White Sox third base coach Joe McEwing for their managerial vacancy. McEwing played for the Mets from 2000-04. (NJ.com)
- 15-year-old blogger Niko Goutakolis conducted an interview with Mets in-game host Branden Wellington last month. (Pepper: a Mets Blog)
- If you collect baseball cards, you have a chance to win some in the fourth annual “Almost Easiest World Series Contest on the Web” (Collector’s Crack)
Posted on October 2, 2014, in Baseball, Baseball Cards, New York Mets and tagged Arizona Diamondbacks, Baseball, Branden Wellington, Brandon Nimmo, Jacob deGrom, Joe McEwing, New York Mets, Travis D’Arnaud. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Morning reading: Mets prospects who could debut in 2015 & more.