Meet the Mets
In desperate need of a lefty for the bullpen, the Mets signed old friend Chasen Shreve.
Vaccine mandates could have an impact on the season for both teams in New York if their players remain unvaccinated.
Despite getting taken deep twice by Dominic Smith, Max Scherzer was happy to return to the mound and is looking forward to performing in front of fans once again.
Trevor May finally made it to camp after running into a few travel adventures after leaving Seattle.
The Mets released their updated schedule, now with more doubleheaders!
Around the National League East
The Braves signed Eddie Rosario to a two-year deal worth $18 million.
Freddie Freeman said goodbye to Atlanta in a heartfelt Instagram post.
What can the Marlins expect out of Brian Anderson this season?
Sean Doolittle is officially back with the Nationals on a one-year deal and hopes to rebound with his old team after a few down seasons.
Around Major League Baseball
In a bit of a surprise move, the Rockies reportedly signed Kris Bryant to a seven-year deal worth $182 million.
Zack Greinke is headed back to the Royals on a one-year, $13 million dollar contract.
After winning two championships with two different teams, Joc Pederson is headed out west to join the Giants.
Lefty Andrew Chafin and his glorious mustache signed a two-year deal with the Tigers for $13 million.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
The latest episode of A Pod of Their Own was a celebratory one since baseball is finally back.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 2000 the Mets signed Mets legend Timo Perez.