The New York Mets Minor League farm system was ranked 6th in Major League Baseball coming into this season and the team has a lot of depth at multiple positions. With 4 players being called up last week, one player felt left out.
The Mets granted Opening Day B-Mets First Baseman Matt Clark his release yesterday. The 27 year old led the team this year with 46 RBI and had 10 homers through the first 67 games of the season. Clark hit a .297 batting average with a .380 on-base.
Clark wants to explore more options in other organizations and maybe get a shot at Triple A.
Jayce Boyd will now step in and become the every day First Baseman with the DH coming from other players down the bench.
NEW INFORMATION: Where was Frein Hiding
Pennsylvania law enforcement release more information about Frein's likely whereabouts following his Friday morning arraignment. Frein is suspected of killing a police officer and wounding another in September.
He faces numerous charges including first degree murder.
Investigators say they think Eric Frein found shelter and food during weeks on the run in eastern Pennsylvania in part by accessing unoccupied cabins, State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens told reporters Friday.
B-Sens Mills suspended 20 games VIEW VIDEO
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … Binghamton Senators forward Brad Mills has been suspended for 20 games for violating the terms of the AHL/PHPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program.
Mr. Mills has already... more