Mets Season Review
The pitcher only tossed 13 innings in the big leagues this year.
The New Jersey native captured the hearts of Mets fans during his brief tenure with the team in 2019.
Not much went right for Familia in 2019.
The outfielder just never hit his stride with the Mets
But he was for the Braves!
Gomez found his way back to the team that he debuted with in 2007.
While he may not have been the best, Brooks Pounders was certainly the biggest and beefiest of the boys.
Lacking viable outfield Altherr-natives, the team employed the waiver claim as a backup for a good portion of the season.
He’s clearly at his best when starting, even if he never did in the majors this season.
Designated for assignment in May, Sewald was back in the majors in August to experience some highs and lows.
After eight years, Mazza made it to the majors with the Mets.
One of the longest-tenured Mets had a poor season with both the bat and the glove.
It was a forgettable year for the second-baseman with plenty of blame to go around
The veteran lefty deserved a longer look in the majors.
The 36-year old catcher took advantage of the juiced ball in Triple-A and would’ve been an improvement over Nido.