Meet the Mets
Alex Smith of SNY speculates on how the Nolan Arenado and Kris Bryant trade markets could affect the Mets and the rest of the division.
Luis Rojas was interviewed on MLB Network by Ron Darling and discussed how his minor league experience prepares him to manage the Mets, his career path, and more.
Jon Heyman reinforced rumors that there are “no active trade talks” involving Dominic Smith, calling the Mets’ first base depth the “best in baseball,” now that the Mets have brought Matt Adams into the fold.
Around the National League East
Todd Zolecki of MLB.com took a look at the corner infield situation for each of the teams in the NL East. He ranks the Mets’ corner infield as the best in the division.
Evan Macy of PhillyVoice argues that if the Phillies do not acquire either Nolan Arenado or Kris Bryant, it will cost them the division.
Around Major League Baseball
Davidoff also makes the case for the new three-batter minimum, which will go into effect this season. He also argues that MLB should not be afraid to scrap it if it doesn’t end up working out.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Jack McLoone kicked off our One Last Move series, making the argument for the Mets to sign Danny Salazar.
This Date in Mets History
Spring definitely came early for the Mets on Groundhog Day 2008, when they acquired Johan Santana.