Mets Season Review
Big Drip’s velocity bump led to a dominant April, but may have come at a cost.
After a lukewarm start to his Mets tenure, Lindor put up one of the best seasons of his career
Smith’s inability to get his groove back spelled the end of his Mets tenure.
The Mets may want to think twice before handing Peterson a rotation spot on the 2023 team
Holderman pitched solid in relief at the major league level and then was dealt for an important offensive contributor.
The right-handed reliever had a 2.45 ERA in his time with the Mets this year.
The right-hander only appeared in 26 games, but he did get better as the year went along.
Nido was great defensively and did just enough offensively to earn the majority of the playing time behind the plate.
He was the ace of the team for much of the season, but he faltered in his two biggest starts.
Alonso set the franchise’s single-season RBI record while mashing 40 home runs.
Having pitched poorly in 2021, the veteran was a capable starter for the Mets this year.
The once-excellent reliever was solid in 2022.
He’s a very easy target, but the fault goes far beyond a guy making 5 appearances.
The Mets were lost without their ace.
Despite being one of the most productive offensive players in the game over the past few seasons, McNeil provided little offensive value to the Mets this year.
The righty was bothered by a hand injury through much of the season.
Walker made the All-Star team for the first time in his major league career. Alas, there was an entire second half of baseball to play after that.