Desmond Lindsay

Desmond Lindsay

Height/Weight: 6' 0"/200 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Bradenton, Florida
College: None
Draft: 2015 2nd round by the
  • New York Post

    Daniel Vogelbach isn't worried about ice-cold spring, Mets lineup concerns

    More On: new york mets MLB commissioner: Steve Cohen's Mets spending 'emphasizes a problem' Mets' thin depth in this area could turn into a problem The complex past and high-stakes Mets future of Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer Mets season preview: Inside the lineup, rotation and World Series hopes MIAMI — Daniel Vogelbach took his anemic spring training production in stride. The Mets designated hitter was among a group from the expected starting lineup — including Eduardo Escobar, Mark Canha and Brandon Nimmo — who finished with underwhelming Grapefruit League numbers , but Vogelbach has been around too long to put much stock into it. Vogelbach had a .489 OPS this spring with five RBIs. “It

  • North Carolina Daily

    Forbes: Shohei Ohtani to earn record $65M in 2023

    Los Angeles Angels two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani will earn a record $65 million overall in 2023, according to Forbes. The amount includes Ohtani's one-year, $30 million contract extension signed in October and at least $35 million in endorsements -- up from $20 million last year, according to the publication's annual list published Monday. New York Mets pitcher Max Scherzer ranks second on the list at $59.3 million, followed by New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge ($44.5M), Mets pitcher Justin Verlander ($43.3) and Angels outfielder Mike Trout ($39.5). Forbes calculated that the 10 highest-paid players will earn a record combined total of $436 million, up from $377 million in 2022. Ohtani,

  • ABC7 New York

    NYC public advocate holding rally, calling for Mets to rename Citi Field

    NEW YORK (WABC) -- A local elected official has called on the New York Mets to change the name of their stadium. Public advocate Jumaane Williams is calling on the team's owner to rename Citi Field over climate change concerns. According to Williams, the stadium's namesake, Citibank, is the second-largest fossil fuel financier in the US and has made significant investments in the fossil fuel industry. Williams has also planned a rally at Citi Hall to further the push, asking the team and owner, Steve Cohen, to end their relationship with the bank. Citibank says it recognizes the importance of transitioning to a low-carbon economy. ALSO READ | Lee Goldberg lights up Empire State Building to honor