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Postby Paco625 » Mon Dec 13, 2004 2:16 pm

Hey Amazins, do you know of any MR out there that the Mets are pursuing? We definalty need a lot of bullpen help. Although I'm happy to see Stanton go, i don't think Heredia is the answer. What about Steve Kline? Who else is out there?

Also, I don't understand why they don't just sign Odalis Perez. His record isn't that impressive but that is only because he didn't recieve run support in LA. He is a lefty, still relatively young, and we can get him cheaply. He would be great pitching at Shea, you agree?
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Postby Amazinz » Mon Dec 13, 2004 2:38 pm

No, I haven't heard anything about MRs which is kind of dissapointing. We do have Strickland back this year and Yates should be in the bullpen from the start of the year so that should be a plus. I hope that there is so much focus on the big moves that it's just being overlooked. We'll see.

The Mets have been in light negotiations with Perez. Cuna is Pedro and Odalis' agent so the Mets have been working on both deals simultaneously. This is just speculation but Perez is mostly likely the fallback option for Pedro.
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