Meet the Mets
The Mets have joined other professional sports clubs in setting up a fund to support the stadium employees who are not working due to the shutdown.
Brodie Van Wagenen expressed confidence that the Mets would be able to survive the loss of Noah Syndergaard.
Steven Matz is doing his part to support the people who are on the front lines of the battle against this pandemic.
A few Mets minor leaguers stand to benefit from the possibility of the league going with expanded rosters once the season starts.
Luis Rojas did not imagine that his first season as a manager would go quite like this.
Andy Martino opined that the Mets’ black jerseys deserve to be lost to the annals of history.
Around the National League East
The Good Phight contemplated who the most underrated Phillie of all time might be.
Which NL East pitching prospects will be mainstays in their respective clubs’ future rotations?
Around Major League Baseball
Non-roster players with at least one day of major league experience will be paid by the union during this shutdown.
Justin Turner is suggesting an alternative approach to extra inning games to help manage players’ workload in a hypothetical shortened season.
How will the shutdown impact MLB’s plans to contract several minor league teams?
One of the lawsuits against Major League Baseball over the sign-stealing scandal got quickly dismissed yesterday.
Japan had been hoping to start its baseball season on April 24th, but it looks like that won’t happen.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Linda Surovich came up with hockey nicknames for each Mets player.
This Date in Mets History
The Mets hit six home runs—including one particularly majestic bomb from Darryl Strawberry—on opening day on this date in 1988.