Brandon Nimmo

Unusual Position "Coaching" By This New York Mets Pitcher
Unusual Position "Coaching" By This New York Mets Pitcher
New York Mets right-handed pitcher Max Scherzer has won three Cy Young awards, one in the American League and two in the National League. The $43 million hurler has always pitched well and defended his position. To say that Scherzer puts everything he has into his starts, may be an understatement. Even when he is not pitching, "Mad Max" can look like a caged animal in the dugout.
If New York Mets Don't Act Fast, Nimmo May Swim Away in 2023
If New York Mets Don't Act Fast, Nimmo May Swim Away in 2023
One bright spot for the New York Mets over the last few years has been the development of outfielder Brandon Nimmo. The lanky athletic leadoff man has been getting better and better. Nimmo was selected with the 13th overall pick in the first round of the 2011 draft. Growing up in Cheyenne, Wyoming is a challenge for any aspiring baseball player. Nimmo didn't even have a high school baseball team to play on. His team was an American Legion League team and Brandon stood out enough for then general manager, Sandy Alderson to select him in the 1st round.
Conforto, Nimmo Shine in Futures Game
Conforto, Nimmo Shine in Futures Game
The U.S. team beat the World Team, 10-1, in the MLB Futures Game yesterday in Cincinnati, officially kicking of the All-Star festivities. Mets 2014 first-round draft pick Michael Conforto shined for the U.S. team, going 2-2 at the plate. Conforto, the Oregon State product, also shined on defense, throwing out Seattle Mariners prospect Ketel Marte at the plate with this throw: Conforto is hitting .