Meet the Mets
The Mets did not play a baseball game yesterday, but don't worry. There are still nine games left before the cold, hard winter sets in. The first of those is on Friday night in Atlanta starting at 7:35 p.m.
Adam Rubin reports that Wally Backman may have a job on the Mets' coaching staff in 2015.
A recent hot streak has Marc Carig asking if Wilmer Flores is the team's shortstop of the future.
Mike Puma talked to Paul DePodesta about the Mets' top hitting prospects.
Mike Vorkunov makes the case for Zack Wheeler as a future ace.
SNY has an interview with Triple-A infielder Matt Reynolds.
FanGraphs gives us a complete breakdown of Jacob deGrom's eight consecutive strikeouts from Monday night.
Around the NL East
Giancarlo Stanton talked to the media about his recovery from the facial injuries he suffered when he was hit with a fastball last week. He seems to be doing well, considering his situation.
Denard Span might have made an even more awesome play in Washington's win over Miami.
Around the Majors
Emma Span writes that Bud Selig is sending a bad message by ignoring the Mets' financial mess as well as the recent discrimination allegations against Jeff Wilpon.
You should definitely read this if you've been wondering what former big league shortstop Khalil Greene is doing nowadays.
Richard Justice lists the Mets as one of his five breakout teams of 2015.
The new Jeter farewell video by Gatorade is pretty cool, I guess.
Yesterday at AA
Jared Steckler examines the run-scoring potential of Dilson Herrera and other Mets prospects.
Episode 85 of Amazin' Avenue Audio is now available.
On this date in 1967, Wes Westrum, the Mets' second ever manager, resigned right before the end of the season.