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NYM Joey Wendle
New York Mets
SS: 107  
2024 Projected Value: $0
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
2024 proj 341 83 38 4 30 16 69 9 0.243 11.7
2023 297 64 33 2 20 13 67 7 0.215 3.9
2022 347 91 27 3 32 15 50 12 0.262 14.1
2021 460 122 73 11 54 28 113 8 0.265 27.8

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2/10/24 Marlins Linked To Speedy Ex-Red Sox Infielder According To Insider. Marlins Linked To Speedy Ex-Red Sox Infielder According To Insider Could the Marlins sign the former Red Sox speedster? Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Feb 10, 2024 11:21 AM EST In this story: Boston Red Sox Miami Marlins The Miami Marlins seem to be looking for a new shortstop. Miami won 84 games last season and could end up surprising some people in 2024. While this is the case, the club still needs to make a few more additions this offseason. Shortstop is an area of need after Joey Wendle signed with the New York Mets earlier this offseason. One player who has been floated as an option for the Marlins is former Boston Red Sox speedster Adalberto Mondesí, according to The Athletic's
12/13/23 Grading the Mets' Joey Wendle signing. Wendle is no stranger to changing homes, as he's been passed around quite a bit already in his professional career. Originally drafted by Cleveland in the 6th round of the 2012 draft, he was later traded to Oakland for Brandon Moss. Five years later, Oakland shipped him out after he seemingly stalled out in the upper minors, swapping him for Jonah Heim from the Rays (who they'd later trade to the Rangers before he blossomed into one of the better catchers in baseball, oops). In Tampa, Wendle emerged as a strong defender and pesky hitter, posting above-average offense in every season outside of an injury plagued 2019.
12/05/23 Mets Superstar Reportedly 'Isn't Going Anywhere' After Stellar Season With New York. Mets Superstar Reportedly 'Isn't Going Anywhere' After Stellar Season With New York What will the Mets do this offseason with their young star? Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Dec 5, 2023 12:00 PM EST In this story: New York Mets The New York Mets have a very interesting offseason ahead of them. New York already has signed former All-Star Joey Wendle and Luis Severino and likely have much more up its sleeve. New York has been linked to multiple stars this offseason and it wouldn't be too surprising to see it make a few major moves and make its way back to the postseason next year. The biggest internal decision the Mets need to make this offseason revolves around the future of superstar
11/30/23 Mets sign INF Joey Wendle to 1-year contract. (Photo credit: Gregory Fisher-USA TODAY Sports) The New York Mets increased the position versatility of their roster with the signing of infielder Joey Wendle to a one-year contract on Thursday. The deal is worth $2 million, according to a report on An American League All-Star in 2021 with the Tampa Bay Rays, Wendle played the past two seasons for the Miami Marlins, hitting a career-low .212 last season with a .248 on-base percentage and .306 slugging percentage in 297 at-bats over 112 games. Wendle, 33, played 107 games (81 starts) at shortstop last season, and in eight seasons has played that position (196 games) as well as second base (251), third base (225), outfield (18; 16 in left,
11/29/23 Mets in agreement with INF Joey Wendle. The Mets continue a busy Wednesday by signing utility infielder Joey Wendle to a one-year deal.

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