Meet the Mets
Even though Cohen seems like the clear favorite, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez have raised enough capital to place a bid.
Jacob deGrom pitched in a simulated game and looked sharp. Yoenis Cespedes also played and hit a bomb off Seth Lugo.
Robinson Cano has been missing from camp but the Mets won’t comment as to why.
To stay in shape during the shutdown, and without fields to work out on, Michael Wacha and Robert Gsellman threw in a parking lot until they joined a shadow league to work out with some of the game’s greats.
Around the National League East
Mike Foltynewicz started for the Braves in a simulated game and looked good in three innings.
J.T. Realmuto held a Zoom conference with the media and claimed he loves Philadelphia but did not want to answer any questions about contract negotiations.
Around Major League Baseball
Commissioner Rob Manfred’s latest incident with GM Mike Rizzo shows that he keeps trying to seize more power and answer to no one.
Major League Baseball sent charter flights to the Dominican Republic to transport players back to the United States, but they failed to test the players before they boarded the plane and now several have tested positive for the coronavirus.
A’s outfielder Matt Canha wanted to fully understand the pandemic so he took a college class on the topic at UC Berkeley.
With a shortened season how will the awards be determined at the end of the year and will they be looked upon the same way?
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Vasilis Drimalitis thinks Edwin Diaz only has up to go from last season.
David Capobianco has no faith MLB will handle this pandemic correctly.
With ESPN announcing the documentary on the 1986 Mets, BreakingT has a T-shirt that can help you celebrate that team.