Mets doubled down on risky draft strategy that could pay off

For a second straight year, the Mets took a risky approach with the draft and lived to tell. The next step will be receiving results on their gamble. In outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong, right-handed pitcher JT Ginn and outfielder Isaiah Greene, in particular, the Mets bet on higher-end talent with negotiating leverage because of college eligibility,… Continue reading at New York Post