Meet the Mets
After signing Trevor May, it is possible that the Mets could now turn their sights on free agent starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi.
While the Mets have expressed interest in Odorizzi, the righty starter is also talking with numerous other teams interested in his services.
Signing another starting pitcher or two is just one of several needs the Mets have heading into the virtual Winter Meetings.
One of the other needs is securing a general manager, and longtime Athletics executive Billy Owens may be one of the names in the mix.
Around the National League East
Philadelphia remains in search of a new head of baseball operations, and while it was rumored that Twins GM Thad Levine might be in the mix for the job, he will apparently be staying put.
The Braves have gotten off to a good start to this offseason with the Charlie Morton signing, but there are still a few moves that the team should be attempting to complete soon.
The 2021 ZiPS projections for the Nationals were released yesterday.
The Marlins made one change to their coaching staff but are otherwise bringing back the same group from last season.
Around Major League Baseball
The large number of non-tendered players this offseason is yet another sign that payroll cuts may be coming for several teams.
In light of the losses that all teams experienced due to the lack of fans this year, Major League Baseball and all thirty teams are suing their insurance providers.
There are numerous interesting relief pitchers still available on the free agent market.