Did Duda Actually Return?

BMF thought I remembered Lucas Duda returning from the minor leagues and resuming his career trajectory towards a big league slugger. But I think I’m mistaken because I haven’t seen any production of out the guys for weeks.

It’s like he’s not even there.

He’s currently batting .243 with 14 HR’s and 54 RBI - almost identical numbers to what he was sporting when he was went down. 

I wonder if the Ike Davis chatter wasn’t just chatter while the real plan was to show remind everyone that Duda could play 1st base before the look for takers this winter.

3 Responses to “Did Duda Actually Return?”

  1. KMac Says:

    Congrats to David Wright on becoming the all-time Mets hit leader!

    I was surprised to see the stat during the game that he has the most hits in the NL since his debut in 2004.

  2. foxster Says:

    now that David Wright has surpassed Eddie Kranepool as the all time hit leader for the Mets in only eight seasons, why do i read all these rumors that the Mets cannot afford to sign him as they’re in a rebuilding phase, but will more or less willingly let him skip off to a team who will compensate him for his overall worth.

    the same applies to RA Dickey, who has stated, that the teams treatment of Wright, will reflect on they’re coming treatment of him.

    the Met’s seem to be in a rebuilding phase that has no beginning or end. it seems to go on and on with the Teams powers that ain’t make promise after promise about that “great come and get it day”

  3. OptimistBlondiesJake Says:

    foxster, where have you heard these rumors? I find it highly unlikely they would let them both just walk. If so, they will bury what little fan base remains.

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