Meet the Mets
Buck Showalter and Billy Eppler disagreed on how much playing time Daniel Vogelbach should get as this season went along.
Abbey Mastracco looks at some potential managerial candidates for the Mets.
Will Sammon of The Athletic takes a look at the Mets’ 40-man roster and which players have job security heading into 2024.
If you were losing sleep over the outcome of the suspended game between the Mets and Marlins, you can rest easy now: The Mets have been awarded the win in that game, officially making them a 75-win team this year.
Rowdey Jordan, who spent time in Brooklyn and Binghamton this year, faced one of his former college teammates in the Arizona Fall League.
Original Met Joe Christopher passed away.
Around the National League East
Keeping things within the division, the Phillies are now set for a best-of-five NLDS against the Braves.
Here’s how Max Fried’s availability could affect the Braves’ plans for that series.
With the Marlins having made their first full-season playoff appearance since 2003, here’s how Kim Ng changed the organzation for the better.
And here’s what Skip Schumaker had to say about the Marlins being given the loss in that suspended game in Queens.
Around Major League Baseball
Excellent pitching and a big pickoff gave the Twins their first playoff series win in a very long time.
Max Scherzer, attempting to make it back on the mound while the Rangers are still alive in the playoffs, threw what he called a real bullpen session for the first time since suffering an injury in September.
Despite the Padres’ underwhelming season, A.J. Preller and Bob Melvin will remain in their roles with the organization next year.
Here are the Triple-A All-Stars and award winners.
This Date in Mets History
Edgardo Alfonzo hit a pair of home runs as the Mets beat the Diamondbacks in Game 1 of the NLDS on this date in 1999.