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Mets set initial 60-player pool ahead of shortened 2020 seson

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If the season actually starts, teams will have 30-man active rosters at the outset.

New York Mets Introduce Luis Rojas Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

The Mets have set their 60-player pool for the shortened 2020 season. All teams were required to submit the names for those pools—which were implemented as part of the league’s attempt to play a shortened season amid the coronavirus pandemic—to Major League Baseball by 4:00 PM EDT this afternoon.

If the season actually gets underway, teams will have 30-man active rosters to start the season, and those rosters will gradually drop to 28- and then 26-man rosters, the latter of which was originally intended to be the case in a normal 2020 season. With no minor league season in the works this year, the remaining players within the 60-player pool are intended to serve as depth for the major league rosters as players inevitably get injured—and presumably contract COVID-19 as the league goes about conducting its season.

Here’s the Mets’ player pool, which for now includes far fewer than sixty players:


  • Tyler Bashlor
  • Dellin Betances
  • Brad Brach
  • Jacob deGrom
  • Edwin Diaz
  • Jeurys Familia
  • Robert Gsellman
  • Walker Lockett
  • Seth Lugo
  • Steven Matz
  • Corey Oswalt
  • David Peterson
  • Rick Porcello
  • Jacob Rhame
  • Paul Sewald
  • Chasen Shreve
  • Kevin Smith
  • Marcus Stroman
  • Michael Wacha
  • Justin Wilson
  • Daniel Zamora


  • Patrick Mazeika
  • Tomas Nido
  • Wilson Ramos
  • Rene Rivera
  • Ali Sanchez


  • Matt Adams
  • Pete Alonso
  • Robinson Cano
  • J.D. Davis
  • Andres Gimenez
  • Luis Guillorme
  • Jed Lowrie
  • Jeff McNeil
  • Max Moroff
  • Eduardo Nunez
  • Amed Rosario
  • Dominic Smith


  • Yoenis Cespedes
  • Michael Conforto
  • Johneshwy Fargas
  • Jake Marisnick
  • Brandon Nimmo
  • Jarrett Parker