Meet the Mets
The Mets signed outfielder Zach Borenstein to a minor league contract.
The team is still looking to improve the bullpen and they are looking at two relievers who have ties to Mickey Callaway.
Callaway also believes he can get Matt Harvey back on track.
A healthy Yoenis Cepedes would greatly improve the outlook for the 2018 season, and it seems he is fully recovered from his hamstring injuries.
T.J. Rivera was the Mets’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award this year and he continues to keep up the charity work in his spare time.
Around the National League East
The new Marlins’ ownership group continues to clean house and this time they let go of their long-time TV play-by-play announcer along with two former players. This new group also sent out an email to potential investors in an effort to raise additional funds for the team.
Around Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball set another record last year and amassed more than $10 billion in revenue.
A pitch clock will be implemented in the majors in the near future but it might not necessarily make a noticeable difference.
In the spirit of giving, players around the league gave back to the communities they play for.
If you would like to try something new for your Thanksgiving feast, players and others involved in MLB shared some of their favorite recipes.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Steve Sypa profiled international free agent Hyeon-Jong Yang.
Ryan Almodovar took a look at what free agent Logan Morrison could bring to the table if the Mets were to sign him.
Steve Schreiber covered the Borenstein signing.
Jonathan Maseng wrote about the Mets’ interest in Shaw.
This Date in Mets History
Before the Mets stepped onto a baseball diamond, they made their debut in 1961 at the 35th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.