Meet the Mets
The Mets finally had a day off on Thursday. They'll get back to hitting balls with sticks tonight versus the Marlins at Citi Field.
Noah Syndergaard's day at the plate on Wednesday was one of the best batting performances in Mets pitcher history.
The Mets are said to be in on the bidding for recent Cuba defector and potential Gold Glove shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez.
24-year-old first baseman Jayce Boyd has been promoted from Double-A to Triple-A. The 2012 sixth-round draft pick was hitting .304/.360/.422 at Binghamton. Perhaps Las Vegas can fool us into thinking he's a future power hitter.
After a rough start to the season, Wilmer Flores is starting to look more comfortable on defense.
The decision by the Mets to go to a six-man rotation is controversial, but at least Scott Boras likes the idea.
Around the National League East
Washington's Jayson Werth will be out for around two months with a broken wrist.
The Good Phight discusses the early returns on third base prospect Maikel Franco.
Around Major League Baseball
Oakland has been one of the unluckiest teams in the majors this year. Grant Brisbee shows how frustrating it is for a team to go 2-15 in one-run games.
Jung-ho Kang is loving life in America so far.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Even though the Mets are missing several key relievers, Chris McShane reminds us that New York's bullpen is still one of the best in baseball.
Nathan Gismot explores another pleasant development for the Mets in 2015: the continued hot play of Lucas Duda.
Chris Gaine writes that much of New York's success this year can be attributed to the team turning the tables on Philadelphia.
Alex Nelson returned to take us through a recent history of Mets third-round draft picks, once of which was just traded away.
This date in Mets history
In 1990, former Mets shortstop Bud Harrelson took over for Davey Johnson as the team's new manager.