Making it less likely Gee would find a consistent spot with the Mets is the impressive season being had by left-handed prospect Steven Matz. In a hitter’s ballpark at Las Vegas, Matz has a 2.30 ERA.
It looks like the Dillon Gee era with the Mets may soon be over.
How do you go from Opening Day starter in 2014 to an unspecified bullpen role in a little over a year’s time? Well, just ask Dillon Gee.
The Mets pitcher, an avid hunter, says he’s against gun violence, not gun control. And that’s why he agreed to take part in the “Wear Orange” campaign.
Boomer and Craig discussed the Mets pitcher’s plight and how it sure sounds like he was misled by someone.
After missing nearly a month with a strained right groin, Gee (0-3) allowed seven runs on eight singles in four-plus innings.
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“It’s a situation that they feel is necessary right now,” Harvey said Wednesday morning on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show.
Lagares, 26, is one of the best defensive center fielders in baseball. He’s expected to lead off for New York in 2015.
Montero continued to bolster his case on Monday, allowing two hits in six scoreless innings against the Marlins. He struck out six and didn’t issue a walk.
David Wright hit his third home run of spring training, a two-run drive in the New York Mets’ 4-3 loss to the Houston Astros on Tuesday.
Dillon Gee allowed two hits over 3 2-3 scoreless innings in his return to the Mets’ rotation, and a New York split squad beat the Houston Astros 3-1 Thursday.
New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson defended the team’s handling of pitcher Zack Wheeler, who is expected to miss the 2015 season because of a torn elbow ligament.
This wasn’t how Dillon Gee wanted to regain a spot in the New York Mets’ rotation.
“That’s why we have him,” manager Terry Collins said. “He’ll be the guy. … Dillon’s won a lot of games in the big leagues and he’s going to have to step up and fill some big shoes, but he can handle it.”