Meet the Mets
The Daily News caught up with Endy Chavez as we approach the 10-year anniversary of his remarkable catch.
Gary Cohen and SNY have discussed a new contract.
In case you haven’t seen this Noah Syndergaard cartoon, there you go.
Around the NL East
Two Braves coaches are being considered for some of baseball’s managerial openings.
The Phillies have been in rebuilding mode for years, but this may finally be the offseason to make some moves for veterans.
Federal Baseball took a close examination to determine how Clayton Kershaw went from absolutely unavailable to burying the Nationals hearts in Game 5 of the NLDS.
Around the Majors
The ALCS heads to Toronto with the Blue Jays in a hole, due in large part to continued awesomeness from Cleveland’s Andrew Miller.
The Jays also made a roster move to fill the spot of the injured Devon Travis.
Meanwhile, the NLCS got started Saturday night. A wild 8th inning help propel the Cubs to a Game 1 victory.
Kershaw sure is putting his work in this postseason. Three days after securing his first career save, he’ll be back on the mound to start Game 2.
In non-playoff news, division rivals are going head-to-head off the field in pursuit of a manager.
This Date in Mets History
A one-of-a-kind play for a one-of-a-kind team. On this date 17 years ago, Robin Ventura beat the Braves with a walk-off grand slam that was actually only a single. The celebratory mob that formed between 1st and 2nd base was almost as frenzied as the dispute among the scorekeepers. Unfortunately for Ventura and his team, the season ended just one game later.