Meet the Mets
After a disappointing series against the Braves, the Mets got things off to a good start against the Reds. Noah Syndergaard took the mound for the Mets and combined with great games from Jeff McNeil, Wilmer Flores, and Austin Jackson, did what he needed to get them the win, though the bullpen caused a few jitters. In the end, the Mets took home a 6-4 victory.
Matt Harvey offered some regrets about his Mets tenure before the game.
Ed Kranepool was back at Citi Field and he desperately needs a kidney transplant and is hoping to find a match.
Mets players were supportive of rumors that Mickey Callaway’s job is safe until at least next season.
Is Dan Duquette in the mix for the Mets’ GM position?
Michael Conforto visited a cancer center for children and was inspired by the kids he met there.
Kevin Kernan says the Mets need to keep Noah Syndergaard healthy to avoid him becoming the next Matt Harvey.
Rich MacLeod is tired of the Mets lying to fans.
Around the National League East
Around Major League Baseball
Mike Trout, who’s sat out several games in a row, received a cortisone injection in his wrist.
Roberto Osuna picked up a win in his return from suspension.
A man vandalized Comerica Park with a sledgehammer overnight, smashing windows, and causing damage.
The fight to raise minor league pay continues.
The Tampa Tarpons, the Yankees’ Single-A affiliate, lost a game despite their pitcher throwing a perfect game during regulation.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Vasilis Drimalitis previewed the Mets/Reds series.
Matt Varvaro was back with another Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler.
Steve Sypa handled the Daily Prospect Report.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1963, Jim Hickman became the first Met to hit for the cycle.