One Mets Farmhand Retires While Another Signs On.
Ex-Columbia Lion Joins Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.
New York obtained Lockett from the Cleveland Indians in a trade for catcher Kevin Plawecki, a former number one draft pick and Brooklyn Cyclone.
The 18-year-old ex-St. Thomas High School (Houston, Texas) righty sports good stuff, with a plus curveball, and a mid-nineties fastball.
Justin Wilson working his way to Mets with another inning of scoreless relief in Brooklyn.
Former University of Missouri baseball lefthander signs with NY Yankees.
O.J. Anderson earned Super Bowl XXV MVP, while Stephen Baker caught a TD in the game.
On Sunday, June 9th, at 1:05 p.m., at TD Bank Ballpark, the home of the Somerset Patriots, 1969 World Series Champions Art Shamsky, Cleon Jones, Ed Kranepool, and Ron Swoboda will be making an appearance to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the New York Mets winning their first ever title.
Day 2 of 2019 MLB Draft Spells Senior Day for New York Mets.
The Watchung, New Jersey, native has impressed against tough competition, lacing a .459 batting average with 17 runs scored, 14 RBI and six base thefts in nine games, as the five-foot-eleven, 180-pounder guided the USA Baseball 18U National Team to a gold medal at the Pan-American Championship in 2018.