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Mets Sign Sele, One More Preview to Write

Mike SteffanosThursday, January 25, 2007
By Mike Steffanos

As I'm sure that most of you are aware by now, the Mets have signed Aaron Sele to a minor league contract. From 1998-2001, Sele had some excellent years with the Rangers and Mariners. He had a decent couple of months with the Dodgers last season before faltering later on. Not a bad signing for Minaya, bringing in an experienced pitcher at little risk financially.

Since Sele falls into the queue alphabetically of pitchers I haven't done yet, I've added him to the list of bullpen previews. I know, I know, he's more likely to make the club as a starter if he makes it at all, but why not?

I will post Scott Schoeneweis sometime tomorrow, probably around noon.

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Comments (2)

Man your a busy little bee, I can't wait to see these guys in action.As you know I have been a baseball fan since the Brooklyn Dodger days,but thanks to you I have never been this informed about my team and its players. This year S/T will be exciting to follow with all our notes on these guys I will be as a well informed scout. Thanks Mike you are truly a great Met fan and making me a better well rounded one. Thanks also to all on THIS BLOG for keeping a finger on the pulse...About 3 more weeks and it all begins.LETS GO METS.

Rev - Just occupying my time while waiting for spring training. All the hot stove news is boring this year. I'm looking forward to watching all of the competition for jobs myself.

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