Latest Update Sandy Alderson said he's not interested in trading Bartolo Colon Mon Dec, 08, 08:37 PM
With a heater reaching the mid-to-late-90's, he's very tough to hit when able to mix in even a few off-speed pitches. Has a work horse mentality.
Flaws: : Has always had trouble keeping his weight in check. Doesn't have the same stamina as in years past. Has been prone to injuries. His strikeouts are in decline.
It was thought that Colon would be dealt at the end of last season, but it is now apparent that the Mets value his contributions on the mound. No guarantee he will not have a new home in 2015, but for now, expect him to be a part of the Mets' rotation going into the spring.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Colon's first season in New York was not nearly as good as his previous two in Oakland, but he did top 200 innings for the first time since 2005. Better days could be ahead in 2015, as Colon's 3.57 FIP and 3.68 xFIP are much better than his 4.09 ERA.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Not a great outing for Colon, but he will get the chance to redeem himself on Sunday when the Mets play their final game of the season against Houston.Analyst: David Kerr
Though Colon was quite hittable on Tuesday night, he was able to limit the damage and ultimately had a very solid game. He continues to defy his age and has put together a fairly decent season. Unless he is traded this offseason, he will be back with the Mets next year.Analyst: David Kerr