Meet the Mets
Anthony DiComo answered Mets fans’ questions pertaining to the catching market outside of J.T. Realmuto, the potential of offering Marcus Stroman a qualifying offer, and extension talks between the team and Michael Conforto.
Tim Britton made arguments for and against keeping manager Luis Rojas heading into the new Steve Cohen regime. (Paywall Alert)
SNY examined the team’s payroll situation, which should allow them to go after big name free agents and extend their own stars.
Jay Horwitz spoke with Endy Chavez on the 14th anniversary of his iconic catch in Game 7 of the NLCS.
Around the National League East
Atlanta’s future rests on the arms of their talented, young starting pitchers.
Mark Melancon thanked Braves fan for a memorable 2020 season following their Game 7 loss.
Was Daniel Hudson’s rough 2020 a fluke, or a cause for concern?
Max Scherzer is selling his Virginia mansion for the low, low price of $15 million.
Around Major League Baseball
Fangraphs previewed the Fall Classic.
The Dodgers and Rays announced the starting pitchers for tonight’s Game 1. Los Angeles will go with Clayton Kershaw, while Tampa Bay will counter with Tyler Glasnow.
This year’s World Series matchup is a referendum on baseball’s economics.
CBS Sports looks at how the Dodgers built their NL Championship roster.
Will the Dodgers finally get their World Series reward this year?
Los Angeles is favored to win their first world title since 1988.
Jeff Passan explored the plays and decisions that led to LA’s series victory and got them back to the World Series.
Mookie Betts’ World Series showcase is just what baseball needs.
In Dan Shaughnessy’s opinion, while Tampa Bay is easy to root for, they are also bad for baseball. (Paywall Alert)
Washington Post Columnist Thomas Boswell detailed the reason why he’s sitting this year’s World Series out after 44 years of covering it for the Post.
Despite once again falling short of managing a team to a title, Dusty Baker belongs in the Hall of Fame.
The MLBPA announced that they are launching an annual award in honor of Curt Flood, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of his judicial fight against the reserve system.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Episode 84 of From Complex to Queens went up and concluded the Alderson Avenue trilogy of episodes!
This Date in Mets History
Happy 67th birthday to Mets legend, stache aficionado, should-be Hall-of-Famer, broadcaster extraordinaire, and, most notably, Seinfeld actor Keith Hernandez!