Meet the Mets
Though they tried their hardest to play on Tuesday night, the Mets game against the Brewers was postponed. The game will be made up later today, as part of a split admission doubleheader, with the first game at 2:10pm.
Thomas Henderson was on recap duty for Amazin’ Avenue last night and detailed what he did waiting for the game that never happened.
Corey Oswalt was placed on the IL and Robert Stock was called up.
Luis Rojas said he would prefer if Francisco Lindor swings away instead of going for the sacrifice bunt.
Before Jacob deGrom did not make his start last night, Ken Davidoff wrote that it’s okay for the Mets to let deGrom skip the All-Star game.
Carlos Carrasco got a little bit closer to returning as he threw live BP on Tuesday afternoon.
Wyatt Wendell, the son of Turk Wendell, is looking forward to being selected in the upcoming MLB Draft.
John Harper looked at some of the starting pitchers the Mets could potentially trade for before the trade deadline.
Tim Britton wonders if this is the offensive breakthrough the Mets have been waiting for.
Around the National League East
Atlanta then lost to the Pirates for the second straight night, this time losing on a walk-off walk.
Juan Soto and Josh Harrison homered for the Nationals, but they still couldn’t get past the Padres, losing 7-4.
Around Major League Baseball
Matt Olson announced he will be participating in the Home Run Derby next week at Coors Field.
The Brewers acquired Rowdy Tellez from the Blue Jays.
The Athletic had a terrific piece on the untold stories Ichiro, including wrestling with Ken Griffey Jr.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Pat Zachry is the player featured on the newest episode of the UnforMETable podcast.
Steve Sypa handed out player of the week awards for the Mets minor league system.
This Date in Mets History
Shea Stadium hosted the All-Star game on this date in 1964.