Meet the Mets
Mickey Callaway feels much more comfortable as the team’s manager and is appreciative of the support he has received from the new GM.
After almost a full month into the season, Jeff McNeil seems to be one of the sure things in the National League East.
Amed Rosario has struggled in the field recently but both he and the team aren’t too worried about it.
Jacob deGrom is set to return to the mound but hopefully he will return to form as well.
Pete Alonso was already known as the Polar Bear, but now the Mets are branching out with their animal nicknames.
Brodie Van Wagenen brought in a new mental skills coach when he was hired and so far the players have credited the new coach with helping them.
After a long road trip, several new Mets are finally able to settle into their new homes in New York.
Around the National League East
The Phillies’ offense struggled against the Marlins and they lost the opener of the series 3-1 in extra innings.
Around Major League Baseball
Agent Scott Boras was once one of the most powerful agents in baseball but with the changing market is that now no longer the case (paywall alert)?
Zack Greinke was brilliant on the mound but he continued to make headlines with his bat as well.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
On Episode 4 of Amazin’ Avenue Audio (The Show) Brian and Chris were not happy about the way things unfolded against Philadelphia.
David Capobianco did not buy any of the Mets excuses for not signing Gio Gonzalez.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1988, Keith Hernandez reached a career milestone. He drove in seven runs which put him over 1,000 for his career.