Meet the Mets
The Mets were off last night. They will resume their fight for the NL East crown tonight as they begin a three-game set against the Athletics.
In his return to Oakland, where he pitched for the past six years of his career, Chris Bassitt is excited to show the Mets ‘some fun things’ at Oakland Coliseum.
Max Scherzer wishes he pitched more last September, but he has pitched even less this September due to recent injuries.
The Mets must sort out their roster before the postseason.
Joel Sherman broke down what this year’s free agent signings say about deGrom’s value next winter.
The Amazin’ Mets foundation and Northwell Health teamed up to host a Childhood Cancer Awareness Month-themed baseball clinic. Luis Guillorme was one of the Mets who was in attendance.
The Mets formally extended Joey Lucchesi’s rehab assignment.
Anthony DiComo shared his latest Mets Newsletter.
The Syracuse Mets shared their 2023 season schedule.
Around the National League East
Around Major League Baseball
Emma Baccellieri wrote about the minor leaguers who sprung a union on MLB.
Buster Olney shared his power rankings with two weeks left in the regular season.
Jeff Passan analyzed how closers have become MLB’s ultimate showmen.
The Maris family will wait to meet Aaron Judge if and when he ties and surpasses 61 homers.
Judge has not been intentionally walked much up to this point. If opponents start to do it, will the Bronx Bombers make them pay? Joel Sherman explored this question.
Jon Heyman examined the fascinating Shohei Ohtani arbitration case.
Chris Gilligan of Fangraphs talked about the regular season, which is lacking intensity.
The 2023 WBC schedule for games taking place in Arizona and Miami was released yesterday.
Stephen Vogt will retire after ten big league seasons.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Michael Drago evaluated the team’s bullpen options with some players coming off the injured list.