Meet the Mets
The Mets avoided any battles with their nine arbitration-eligible players, as they settled on one-year agreements with all of them yesterday.
Kevin Kernan of the New York Post offered his thoughts on a few key Mets issues as we inch towards spring training and the triumphant return of baseball.
It would be smart for the Mets to explore long-term extensions for some of their young stars (paywall alert).
FanGraphs released their list of the top 31 prospects in the Mets’ farm system heading into the 2020 season.
The coaching staff for the St. Lucie Mets has been finalized, and it includes former Mets Endy Chavez and Royce Ring.
Around the National League East
The Good Phight took a look at the payroll situations for each of the major NL East teams (sorry, Marlins).
Could Magneuris Sierra win the Marlins’ center field job in 2020?
Around Major League Baseball
For a full list of the figures that players on each team signed for (and which players could not agree to terms with their respective teams), check out ESPN’s arbitration tracker.
A few noteworthy things took place yesterday as the arbitration deadline passed.
A severe punishment is hanging over the Astros’ heads in the wake of their sign-stealing controversy.
Who are the best defensive infielders in baseball according to Statcast’s new Outs Above Average metric?
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Steve Sypa continued his examination of the top 25 prospects in the Mets’ farm system, with 18-year-old outfielder Freddy Valdez coming in at 15th on the list.
The A Pod of Their Own gang was joined by New York Daily News reporter Kate Feldman as the group discussed baseball and television.