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View Poll Results: What should the Mets do with Dillon Gee?

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  • Keep, he should be a solid 4th/5th starter for this team

    17 89.47%
  • Dump, use him as trade bait

    2 10.53%
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    Dillon Gee

    Vote for what you think the Mets should do with Gee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post


    I miss Dave Chappelle

    Keep without question.

    I think if Dillon keeps progressing he could be a solid number 3, he was taking steps towards that when he got hurt last year.

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    Now would be an awful time to trade him. He's a good middle rotation guy, and could still get much better. Keepsies.

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    There is no one on this forum who is a bigger proponent of Dillon Gee than me. He's my boy, Boy Gee.

    With that being said, the only two players that we must keep is R.A. & DW, everyone else is fair game for the improvement and betterment of the team.

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    Keep because he has absolutely no trade value anyway.

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    Keep, he can still do a job for this team

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    Prefer to keep, cheap (I sound like Frandy) and can do a job at the back-end, maybe even long-man.spot starter etc if we're ever that pitching wealthy.

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    Gee, I'm not sure.

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    keep for sure.

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    Keep, he has more value as a good 4-5 starter than he would get back in a trade.

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    Keep. He has what Pelfrey does not - a good head on his shoulders.

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    Keep, he has what Pelfrey does not - quality secondary offerings.

    That's the difference, not intelligence as a pitcher.

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    Its not just intelligence, although that is important. Composure, demeanor and ability to respond under pressure are underrated attributes. Gee, despite his underwhelming stuff, has them. Pelf does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milominderbinde View Post
    Its not just intelligence, although that is important. Composure, demeanor and ability to respond under pressure are underrated attributes. Gee, despite his underwhelming stuff, has them. Pelf does not.
    milo, my exact same sentiments.

    The guy pitches with attitude, confidence and savvy.

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