MLB: Spring Training-New York Mets at Atlanta Braves

Reviewing the Opening Day Roster

Barring any last-minute disasters, 24 of the 25 Opening Day roster spots have been decided for your 2017 New York Mets. There’s still one single open question–we’ll get two the two pitchers duking it out later on–but most everything seems set in stone for Day One. Feel like reviewing the roster containing the first New York Mets […]

MLB: New York Mets-Workouts

T-D-A and P-E-C-O-T-A

Ask any Mets-watcher at the end of last season, and they might’ve told you that the team’s Achilles heel was the catcher position. Not only has Kevin Plawecki played his way from top prospect to offensive cipher, but the (original) centerpiece of the famous R.A. Dickey trade completely cratered after a breakout-but-shortened 2015 surge. Travis d’Arnaud […]

MLB: NL Wild Card-San Francisco Giants at New York Mets

From BP: You Can Predict Ball

We were promised greatness. Leading into this game, the prospective Madison Bumgarner vs. Noah Syndergaardmatchup was supposed to be the clash of aces that makes for must-see baseball. The game’s most notorious postseason pitcher–one of the greatest of all time already–faced off against the hardest-throwing starting pitcher in the game, a young ace who carried his team on […]

MLB: All Star Game-All Star Futures Gae

BP Mets Unfiltered: Listing All This Front Office’s (Major) Transactions

The Mets have taken a bit of a beating with their mid-season acquisition of corner outfielder Jay Bruce … and sure, I’ve piled on a bit too. But I wanted to examine whether or not the current front office, as a whole, has done a good job of acquiring major-league talent through trade and/or signing. […]