Meet the Mets
A new year means new numbers all around for the new players.
Edwin Díaz expects to recapture his 2022 form this year, saying he will be the ‘same guy’ after his injury.
Tim Healey recapped the closer’s workout and what he said afterwards.
Díaz is ready to go, but what does that mean for the bullpen? Tim Britton explains.
David Stearns clarified that he does not expect serious contract negotiations with Pete Alonso ahead of the slugger’s impending free agency.
Stearns’ conservative approach could take some getting used to, especially after the spending spree powered by Steve Cohen in previous winters.
Tim Britton and Will Sammon talked takeaways from the first day of spring training.
The Mets added another name to the mix, inking Ben Gamel to a minor league deal with an invite to spring training.
Kyle Crick could miss most of camp with a calf strain. The reliever was previously signed to a minor league deal.
SNY released their spring training broadcast schedule.
Around the National League East
Miami has hired Sara Goodrum to serve as Director of Special Projects.
Around Major League Baseball
Alex Chamberlain discussed the pulled fly ball revolution.
The MLB dot com staff talked Cy Young award contenders and dark horses for 2024.
The staff also shared one key spring training storyline per club.
By the way, some free agents remain unsigned.
Jen Pawol, who will serve as an umpire for spring training games, is knocking on the door to become the first woman umpire in MLB, writes Britt Ghiroli.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
The crew at From Complex to Queens posted the full Amazin’ Avenue list of Top 25 prospects for the 2024 season.
This Date in Mets History
Happy 41st birthday to former Met (and fellow Greek) Mike Nickeas!