Kevin Mulvey

#57RP,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 195
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Villanova
Birth Place: Parlin, New Jersey
Draft: 2006 2nd round by the
  • ABC News

    Asdrubal Cabrera 'not really happy' with move to 2B, asks to be traded

    Veteran shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera said Friday that he has requested a trade from the New York Mets, a decision he made after the team asked him to move to second base. Cabrera, 31, was activated from the 10-day disabled list Friday and went 3-for-6 in an 11-4 win over the San Francisco Giants. He played second base and hit second in the lineup. "Personally, I'm not really happy with that move," Cabrera told reporters after meeting with manager Terry Collins and general manager Sandy Alderson before the game, according to MLB.com. "If they have that plan, they should have told me before I came over here. I just told my agent about it. If they have that plan for me, I think it's time to make a

  • Thoughts on the last four days, and where things go from here
    SNY

    Thoughts on the last four days, and where things go from here

    These last four days in Los Angeles has to rank among the worst four-day stretches in Mets history, at least in terms of playing baseball, getting beaten up, losing and crushing everyone's hopes and dreams for a season as early as June. The fact is, things already seemed bleak when just six games under .500, 10 back of the Nationals and 11 games back of the Wild Card, as the Mets were on Monday before starting their series against the Dodgers. However, after watching them get stomped on in Los Angeles, being outscored 36-11, having more players end up on the disabled list, and dropping to 10 games under .500, 12 back of Washington and 14 games away from a Wild Card, any shot at a successful season

  • 2017 Mets draft profile: Carl Stajduhar
    Amazin' Avenue

    2017 Mets draft profile: Carl Stajduhar

    Name: Carl Stajduhar Born: Fort Collins, Colorado Age: 21 (4/29/96) Height/Weight: 6'1"/215 lbs Position: 3B/1B Bats/Throws: R/R School: University of New Mexico Greg Stajduhar was a collegiate baseball player at Colorado State University: Pueblo, and his son, Carl, followed in his footsteps. Carl played baseball for all four years he attended Rocky Mountain High School, winning a litany of awards and honors, and was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the 2014 MLB Draft with their 27th round pick. Stajduhar did not sign with the Braves and instead attended the University of New Mexico. Stajduhar hit a robust .322/.386/.545 with nine home runs in his freshman year—it must be noted that the NCAA