Meet the Mets
The second half will serve as a fresh start for a team that underperformed in the first half, but with the trade deadline looming the organization will have some decisions to make.
When the season starts up again there are questions the team will be facing that they will need to answer both as a team and an organization.
Both Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer will need to be better if this team has any hope of contending when the season starts up again.
After exiting the last game of the first half with a groin injury, Tommy Pham received some positive news after undergoing a MRI and is considered day-to-day.
Prospect Dakota Hawkins went undrafted but ended up signing with the Mets after the draft ended.
Around the National League East
The Marlins have been one of the biggest surprises so far this season and it is due in large part to their GM Kim Ng.
What can reasonably be expected of the Nationals in the second half of the season?
Around Major League Baseball
With the draft coming to a close, which teams added the most promising prospects to their organizations?
With the new shift rule being implemented this season, some players have benefitted more than others from the new rule.
The mayor of Oakland met with Rob Manfred to share the city’s plans to keep the Athletics in Oakland.
Despite the numerous scandals, black eyes for the sport, rule changes, and general fan unhappiness that has happened under Manfred’s watch, Manfred thinks he is still the man for the job.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
On the latest episode of From Complex to Queens, the final ten picks of the Mets newest draft class were discussed.