Meet the Mets
The Mets game wasn’t good at all so instead I’ll point you towards the fire and smoke outside of Citi Field which were much more entertaining to watch.
Old Friend and former tweeter Sandy Alderson is likely returning to the Mets front office in some capacity under the ownership of Steve Cohen.
While SNY will most likely remain under control of the Wilpons, the Mets’ three minor league clubs will be sold along with the team.
In the most predictable piece of news ever, Travis d’Arnaud has become the Pat Burrell of Daniel Murphys.
In a pair updates to be named now, the Mets announced that Victor Gonzalez would be heading to Baltimore as a part of the Miguel Castro trade and Stephen Villines is heading to the Rangers to complete the Ariel Jurado deal.
Deciding that two straight Cy Youngs weren’t enough, Jacob deGrom has reinvented himself and become the heir to the throne of R.A. Dickey.
Just in case you weren’t happy enough with Steve Cohen’s successful bid to buy the Mets, Jon Heyman revealed that the Alex Rodriguez administration would’ve kept Sentient Cardigan Jeff Wilpon around in a senior role.
Around the National League East
Surprise! There was a game two that was being made up from early-August and the Nationals stomped the Marlins on their way to a 15-0 triumph.
Around Major League Baseball
The first list of potential Gardenhirees to replace Ron Gardenhire in the role of Tigers’ manager has been revealed.
To welcome Daniel Mengden back from the COVID-19 list, the Oakland Athletics designated him for assignment immediately.
The Minnesota Twins made their first appearance on Sunday Night Baseball since 2010!
According to Joey Votto, the lads are nude in the Cincinnati Reds’ clubhouse.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 2001, Mike Piazza hit his career-defining home run in the first New York sporting event since 9/11.