Mets Season Preview
The silver lining in the Mets’ postponed series over the weekend is the television broadcast for their first game.
The best pitcher in baseball headlines the Mets’ stellar rotation in 2021.
The Mets’ outfield has the potential to be one of the more interesting groups in baseball, for a myriad of reasons.
The addition of a superstar shortstop gives the Mets’ infield the potential for some offensive firepower this season.
He’s had one of the best stretches of extended success in Mets history. How long can it last?
It’s not great, Bob.
James McCann will get a bulk of the playing time, but Tomás Nido will play a big role as well.
After Robinson Cano’s suspension, Jeff McNeil is primed to settle into the second base role.
The outlook for the smiley outfielder is the same as it is every year: lots of walks, some power, and defense that ideally belongs in a corner.
Many outfielders before him have failed, but can we be sure that Albert will be Almora the same?
The Stony Brook product looks to make it back to the big leagues at some point in 2021.
The side-arming lefty should play a key relief role in 2021.
Dominic Smith will continue to make his impact felt—on the Mets and in Major League Baseball—in 2021
His defense probably won’t be great, but the Mets are still very lucky to have Dominic Smith on their team.
A solid hitter and defensive liability, Martinez will spend at least the first half of the season on the disabled list.
The streamer/music producer/hard thrower joins the Mets after leaving Minnesota.
With both Carlos Carrasco and Noah Syndergaard missing time this season, Stroman becomes even more vital to the Mets’ success.
The Mets need their closer to officially put 2019 in the rearview and return to his elite form for the whole season.
Part of the Steven Matz trade, Reid-Foley will try to make an impact on the big leagues in 2021.
Alonso’s dominant spring could be a sign of things to come heading into 2021.
It’s been a long time since the Mets had a dependable catcher.
Should Peterson prove himself during a full season, he could become a valuable piece of the rotation for years to come.
While he’s a very good pitcher, Carrasco’s season will not start on time.
If he returns to form, Drew Smith could become a staple of the Mets’ bullpen for years to come.
The righty, acquired at least year’s trade deadline, has flashed brilliance alongside wildness.
Nido could be the team’s long-term backup catcher, or he might not stick in the big leagues.
After seasons of nearly living up to his potential, he could hit his stride in Queens.
The outfielder will be a big factor in the middle of the Mets lineup in the 2021 season.