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Mets Analysis

Grading the Mets’ Adam Ottavino Signing

He’s got the same risks as every old reliever, but the Mets found some good value here.

Grading the Mets’ Omar Narvaez signing

This is a weird one, to be sure.

Let’s find the Mets a fourth outfielder

The Mets, shockingly, could still use another free agent signing.

Getting to Know Carlos Correa

The Mets have themselves another bona fide star.

Constructing a stacked Mets lineup

There’s really no wrong way to do it, but it’s a fun thoughte exercise.

Grading the Mets’ David Robertson signing

The Mets added a guy who’s very fun to root for and who should help the bullpen significantly.

Grading the Mets’ Kodai Senga signing

Get excited, folks, it’s another fantastic move with some potentially huge ramifications.

Grading the Mets’ Brandon Nimmo signing

This was a move that had to be made, and the Mets didn’t even overpay.

Two of the Mets’ most important players will likely be their youngest

The Mets are a veteran ballclub, but their offense will almost certainly rely upon two prospects.

Grading the Mets’ Brooks Raley trade

A quality left-handed reliever at a minimal price, but there are some elements to give you pause.

Getting to know Mets pitcher Kodai Senga

The ten-year veteran has a decade of high-level NPB excellence that we all hope will manifest in Flushing.

Getting to Know David Robertson

The Mets fortified their bullpen by adding the veteran right-hander, who is no stranger to New York.

Grading the Mets’ Jose Quintana Signing

A former-Met and former-future-Met joins the team on a deal that makes a lot of sense.

Grading the Mets’ Justin Verlander signing

No surprise, it’s great.

Getting to Know José Quintana

The left-hander has pitched in 11 seasons with six clubs, but had one of his best seasons in 2022.

Getting to know Justin Verlander

The reigning American League Cy Young winner brings a winning pedigree to Queens.

A look at the Mets’ current starting rotation

The Mets have signed two starting pitchers this week, and may sign a third as we near the end of the winter meetings.

A look at the former Mets on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot

Reviewing the Hall of Fame cases for all of the former Mets on the 2023 ballot

Let’s find the Mets relief pitchers, Part 4

Having left off with a former Mets prospect, we continue with the list of free agent relievers.

Let’s find the Mets relief pitchers, Part 3

We pick up where we left off on the list of free agent relievers.

Let’s find the Mets relief pitchers, Part 2

We pick up where we left off and cover a few more free agent relievers.

SB Nation MLB offseason simulation 2022: Arms for days

The full narrative of a hypothetical Met offseason.

Should the Mets sign Brandon Nimmo or Trea Turner?

We compare two of the Mets’ offseason targets

How the Mets’ bullpen looks with Edwin Díaz moving forward

The star closer is here to stay. The Mets also have work to do.

Amazin’ Avenue Predicts the Wild Card Series

What does our staff think will happen this weekend?

Forecasting the Mets’ Wild Card Series Roster

What 26 players will the Mets take with them to the initial postseason series?

Getting to Know Francisco Álvarez

The top prospect in baseball is making his debut in the most important series of the season.

The Month of Escobar

A Tale of Two Cookies

For the third time in five September starts, Carrasco looked rough last night.

Exploring the Mets’ potential playoff opponents in the first round

Who the Mets end up playing depends on if they win the division or settle for the Wild Card.

Exploring the Mets’ bench options for the playoffs

Who will take the final few places on the Mets’ playoff roster?

The Mets have a tough decision to make when it comes to their postseason rotation

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.