Who the Mets end up playing depends on if they win the division or settle for the Wild Card.
Who will take the final few places on the Mets’ playoff roster?
The Mets have a clear top three, but whether Carlos Carrasco or Taijuan Walker will fill the role of the fourth starter in the postseason remains an open question.
Edwin Díaz and Adam Ottavino have been the two consistent high-leverage relief options for the Mets. Who else will step up?
Looking at the performances of the players the Mets acquired and traded around the trade deadline.
We take a quick look at some other non-contending teams’ bullpens for Mets targets.
The Mets could use some bullpen arms, so let’s take a quick look at some potential targets on bad teams.
After a slow start, Marte has been hitting very well for several weeks now.
Now that Robinson Canó’s Mets career is over, we can take another look back how one of the biggest trades in Mets history is turning out.
Robinson Canó was a really good player until he was not, and the Mets had no choice but to move on.
The team cannot keep pretending that their roster is best served with the aging veteran on the squad.
While it was not likely the plan going into the season, the 2022 New York Mets look to be heavily reliant on the 39 year old second baseman.
Bassitt gives the Mets a legitimate arm to slot in after their pair of aces.
When the lockout ends, the Mets need to approach the DH with flexibility in mind.
I asked the managing editor of Camden Chat, who has watched far more games managed by Buck Showalter than I have, about who Buck Showalter is as a manager, his fit for the Mets, and his legacy in Baltimore.
None of them are shoo-ins for the Hall of Fame, but there are some interesting cases to be made for each one of them.