Meet the Mets
The Mets signed Adeiny Hechavarria to a minor league deal with an invite to major league spring training.
Ken Davidoff tried his best to determine the factors that brought us to the current stand-still in free agency.
For the first time in 17 months, T.J. Rivera is healthy and ready to take the field for the Mets.
As a recipient of one of the biggest and longest contracts in MLB history, Robinson Cano gave his take on the lack of money spent on players the past two winters.
Jacob deGrom took the mound to throw live B.P. for the first time this spring.
Meanwhile, sixty feet, six inches away, Peter Alonso asked to be in the batters box against the Cy Young winner.
While the Mets had their eyes on Adeiny Hechavarria and his stellar defense, they didn’t show much interest in Alcides Escobar.
A huge group of Mets players including Michael Conforto, Tim Tebow, and Steven Matz participated in the Mets’ annual clinic for local Special Olympic athletes.
Taken by the Mets in the Rule 5 Draft and reaching previously unimaginable digits on the radar gun, Kyle Dowdy hopes to have big things in store for 2019.
Around the National League East
Nothing is set in stone yet, but Bryce Harper apparently has multiple $30M per year deals on the table with Philadelphia being viewed as the favorite.
The Nationals celebrated the totally legitimate holiday of National Cabbage Day.
Around Major League Baseball
Regarding free agency, Rob Manfred declares that there are no problems and things are going just fine.
Mark Reynolds revealed that after weeks of no offers coming in, he received four minor league offers at the same time.
Commissioner Manfred also sees no correlation between payroll and team wins.
Miguel Sano suffered a foot laceration and will be out of commission for an undetermined amount of time, according to Rocco Baldelli.
After a disappointing 2018, Joey Votto looks for a return to normalcy this year.
If Major League Baseball faces another strike, Joey Votto plans on doing exactly what he would if there weren’t: walking.
Danny Farquhar spoke with Peter Gammons about his comeback from a brain aneurysm.
Justin Verlander came out in support of abolishing the luxury tax.
This Date in Mets History
A myriad of Mets including Shawn Estes, John Valentin, and Jeff McKnight celebrate their birthdays on February 18th.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Lukas Vlahos sees big things on the horizon for Michael Conforto in 2019.