Mets Season Review
In the first year of his new contract, the Mets’ center fielder set career highs in home runs and runs batted in.
He came, he pitched well, and he was traded away for some good players.
Vientos flashed some power but was largely unproductive at the big league level.
Things were particularly bad early on, as Peterson remains an enigma.
Having made a great first impression with the Mets, Ottavino was a little less effective this year.
A key part of the Mets’ success in 2022, Marte never looked right this year.
This might just be who Tylor Megill is.
Escobar’s struggles cleared the path for Brett Baty and spelled the end of his Mets tenure.
By all measures, Lindor had an MVP-caliber season, and he did it all while quietly battling bone spurs in his elbow.
The 22-year-old flashed some eye-popping tools but did not shed his alarming underlying traits.
Hopes were high with the Japanese ace coming over to pitch for the Mets, and yet, he was better than advertised.
The DH struggled until being traded to the Giants.
Pitching mostly out of the bullpen and starting for the Mets when necessary, Williams carved out a role for himself in 2022.
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