Meet the Mets
With a new split-finger grip and a healthy dose of offseason weight loss on his side, Jeurys Familia is positive that 2020 will be a better year.
A spring crisis has been avoided, for now, as J.D. Davis proclaimed himself to be at 100% after spending much of the past two weeks recovering from a shoulder issue.
Noah Syndergaard’s lack of clothing Saturday on the backfields was actually a part of training that he saw the results of in Sunday’s start.
Full of stops, starts, shakes, and shimmies, Marcus Stroman’s diverse delivery is his secret weapon.
For his next trick, Jacob deGrom might strike out 300 hapless hitters.
Around the National League East
After the yips left him foundering in the minor leagues and independent circuits, former first round pick Tyler Matzek is doing his best to nab a spot in the Braves’ bullpen.
Around Major League Baseball
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez are out and about producing the internet’s most wholesome content.
A sore triceps stopped Justin Verlander’s four planned innings were cut short at only two in his outing against the Mets.
Joe Smith was asked the questions that really made him consider if he really knew the most important person in his career: himself.
The Chris Davis Comeback Train is unstoppable and chugging along stronger than ever.
Over a decade after retirement and four years since his last big league job, Barry Bonds feels abandoned by the game he loves so dearly.
Trey Mancini took to twitter to express his gratitude to all the fans sending their well wishes after news of a non-baseball medical issue broke.
With concerns over the Coronavirus rising, Rob Manfred plans to start the season on time, but will meet with owners before Opening Day to discuss league plans.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1963, Meet the Mets made its public debut as the official team anthem.