Meet the Mets
Jacob deGrom was quality, Kirk Nieuwenhuis reached base four times, and the Mets held on to defeat the Marlins, 4-3.
Despite the series win in Miami, the Mets are still likely to finish with a sub-.500 record. How to we get the team back to winning? It's simple. We promote the Backman.
deGrom is exploring new territory as far as innings pitched are considered.
With Curtis Granderson showing good strikeout and walk rates this season, it's tough for the outfielder to explain where his struggles are coming from.
Mets minor league affiliates went 2-for-3 in playoff games last night.
Pitching coach Dan Warthen says that Jeurys Familia will not be shut down before the end of the season.
Terry Collins sees Dilson Herrera batting second for the future Mets.
I know we all love the drams, but Jordanny Valdespin is not bitter about being booted from the Mets last year.
The Star-Ledger talked to Bobby Parnell about the reliever being ready for 2015 spring training.
Around the NL East
The Nationals trailed the Dodgers 2-0 entering the ninth inning on Wednesday, but Washington managed to come away with an epic 8-5 win. Adam LaRoche knocked in five runs despite not entering the game until the ninth inning.
Giancarlo Stanton has a couple of Marlins home runs records in his sights.
Ben Revere doesn't have the most stolen bases in the majors, but his combination of volume and efficiency has been pretty darn impressive.
Around the Majors
Carlos Beltran is going to have surgery on his elbow this winter, but he thinks he'll be healthy in time for spring training.
HardballTalk explored the greatest MVP pairings of all time.
Yesterday at AA
On this date in 1985, Gary Carter wrapped up a legendary power surge. In 1968, Mike Piazza was born.