Mets Rumors: New York ‘Very Interested’ in Grady Sizemore

The New York Mets are “very interested” in former Cleveland Indians center fielder Grady Sizemore, reports Kevin Burkhardt of SNY.

After several productive and then frustrating seasons with the Indians, Sizemore parted ways with the club. He missed the entire 2012 season after undergoing microfracture surgery, and the 30-year-old has been hampered by knee injuries throughout his career.

Considering his recent injury history, Sizemore would figure to come at a reduced price even though he was once considering one of the game’s best center fielders. From 2006-08 Sizemore hit .279/.380/.499 while averaging 42 doubles and over 28 home runs a season.

Sizemore appeared in 71 games in 2011, hitting .224/.285/.422 with 21 doubles and 10 home runs over 268 at-bats.

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3 Responses to Mets Rumors: New York ‘Very Interested’ in Grady Sizemore

  1. Not sure why the Mets would go in this I reported earlier, Sizemore is not expected to be ready to play before mid-season, and the Mets need help UNPACKING for spring training its so urgent!!!!

    1. In such dire financial straits they need the team to unpack the trucks huh? Ha ha. Sizemore could be a nice addition if e returns and is healthy. That's unlikely though.


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