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1/10:With the acquisition of second baseman Jed Lowrie on Thursday, the New York Mets plan to play infielder Jeff McNeil more in the outfield in 2019 than previously thought. McNeil was a pleasant surprise in his rookie season, hitting .329/.381/.471 with three home runs, 19 RBI, 35 runs scored and seven steals in his first 63 games in the big leagues. His average will likely come down over a full season, but McNeil's value takes a big hit after the acquisitions of both Lowrie and Robinson Cano this offseason. Gaining outfield eligibility would be nice, but his playing-time concerns likely make him an NL-only commodity for now. The Mets could also look to trade him.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: New York Post - Mike Puma

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