Meet the Mets
The Mets started off their series against the Marlins with a win on Tuesday night, winning 9-4. Powered by their bats, specifically two monstrous home runs from Pete Alonso, his 100th and 101st of his career, the Mets were able to stay within striking distance in both the NL East and the NL Wild Card,
Sandy Alderson revealed on Tuesday afternoon that Jacob deGrom had a UCL sprain that has since healed.
Alderson said deGrom’s ligament is “intact” and that the injury which was originally described as inflammation is not an issue at this time, and that the team is ramping him up to see if this injury is a chronic issue related to mechanics.
Alderson also said he has not discussed his job status past this season with owner Steve Cohen but that he expects to as part of season-end conversations with Cohen.
With his 100th home run, Pete Alonso is the second fastest to that mark in MLB history.
Billy Beane and Chris Antonetti are among the candidates that could be hired to run the Mets.
2021 was supposed to be the easy part for the Mets writes Dan Szymbroski.
Around the National League East
The Nationals were unable to help out the Mets, losing to the Braves 8-5.
Braves pitcher Charline Morton is thrilled with his one-year contract extension.
Around Major League Baseball
Albert Pujols returned to St. Louis last night in grand style, hitting a home run in his first at-bat of the game.
If the Mariners were to host postseason games, all fans over the age of 12 would be required to show proof of vaccination.
Both the Yankees and Mets’ seasons will be summed up in the final 20-plus games of the season.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Vasilis Drimalitis previewed the series against the Marlins.
Steve Sypa brought us the minor league players of the week for the Mets.
Allison McCague checked in on how the Mets’ position players fared over the past week with the Player Performance Meter.