Meet the Mets
Prospect Andrew Church was one of the players released and did not have great things to say about the organization.
On the latest episode of Beyond the Booth, Gary, Keith, and Ron took fan questions and discussed the memorable 2015 postseason.
Pete Alonso led the league in home runs over the course of a full season, but he could very well repeat that feat in a shortened one as well.
Prospect Ronny Mauricio continues to impress scouts given his age and his skill set.
Roger McDowell continues to deny that he was the second spitter who spit on Cosmo Kramer after a game.
The team’s longtime PR man Jay Horwitz has a new book out where he discusses his career as the man behind the scenes of the Mets.
The 1986 Mets’ magical run through the Dream Bracket Tournament continued with a win over the 1994 Expos.
Around the National League East
Around Major League Baseball
It was not just the Mets and Braves who released minor leaguers. Many others across the league did the same leading to continued hardships for players in the minors.
With the ongoing battle between MLB and the players, there could be lasting consequences with fans’ growing disgust at the sport.
Pitcher Andrew Miller agreed with the hard statement Max Scherzer put out, but the reliever is optimistic that the players can come to an agreement to play baseball.
Agent Scott Boras is encouraging his clients to reject MLB’s proposal that only benefits the owners.
The players are being treated as essential workers but they are, in fact, not essential.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Chris McShane covered the release of the minor leaguers in the system.