Video: Mets Weekly Report – Carlos Beltran 2011 Over/Under

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In this week’s Mets Weekly Report, I talked to Kerel Cooper of On The Black about Carlos Beltran and his future with the Mets. We talk about how well he’s been playing so far in 2011 and make some predictions about his stats for the rest of the season.

Kerel caught me with some tough over/under questions about Beltran. Check out the video to see my predictions and whether Beltran will be with the Mets after the non-waiver trade deadline.

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About Dave Doyle

Although I don’t have a degree in journalism, I love writing about the New York Mets. I’m the typical writer without access. My only accessibility to the Mets is sitting in the stands (often the upper tank) and watching on TV like most fans. I’m not a member of the media, just a fan expressing opinions.

2 thoughts on “Video: Mets Weekly Report – Carlos Beltran 2011 Over/Under

  1. kyle

    You lost all credibility when you said Beltran is a career .260 hitter. His career BA is .281. Trading Beltran now would completely rule the Mets out of the wild card chase and prove to the fans that management has given up on this season, causing attendance to tank, and thus costing them more money in lost revenue in the long run.

    1. Dave_Doyle Post author

      kyle, good call on the .281 career avg for Beltran. The Mets never were in the wild card chase. They're 6.5 games out with 4 teams ahead of them. That's being on the fringe at best. You lost all credibility when you wrote that trading Beltran would cause attendance to tank. Attendance already did tank WITH Beltran on the team.The Mets lost $50 million last year and are on pace to lose $70 million this year because attendance is down. Beltran in the lineup clearly isn't helping attendance.

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