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Meet the Mets

Francisco Lindor was named 2023 Players Trust Philanthropist of the Year by the MLBPA.

The Mets are expected to sign Vladi Miguel Guerrero during the 2024 IFA period, son of Vladimir Guerrero.

Mark Brubaker, an executive at Point72 Asset Management and the Mets, left his role with both organizations.

Should the Mets make a trade for Tyler Glasnow?

Anthony DiComo looks at why Yoshinobu Yamamoto is a good fit for the Mets.

Around the National League East

Peter Bendix of the Marlins started at Tufts and has worked his way up the ladder to become a baseball executive.

Around Major League Baseball

Liam Hendricks and Cody Bellinger were named AL and NL Comeback Player of the Year respectively.

Oakland-area fans have created an independent league team named the Ballers.

The Orioles announced all weekday games next season will begin at 6:35pm.

Juan Soto is set to be traded this offseason. The big question is which team will acquire him writes Ken Rosenthal.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Chris McShane tried to find even more bullpen help for the Mets.

A new episode of A Pod of Their Own dropped yesterday!

This Date in Mets History

Happy birthday to Howard Johnson!