MLB: New York Mets at Philadelphia Phillies

Game recap August 13: Walking home winners

WHO WON: The Mets! WHAT HAPPENED, SUNDAY WHO: Going into yesterday, the Mets had a six-game Sunday losing streak, made worse by a -69 run differential. Despite a first inning two-run homer by Michael Conforto, the Mets initially looked like they would continue this trend. The bottom half of the first featured a bases-loaded, no-out […]

MLB: Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves

Phillies Series Preview August 10-13

On the heels of yet another disappointing homestand where they were lucky to eke out one win, the Mets (50-61) head to Philadelphia to face a rebuilding club sporting the majors’ worst record. After dropping the first five on their recent road trip, the Phillies (42-69) salvaged the final three games before returning to Citizens […]

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Game recap August 8: Three True Outcomes, One Met Win

Mets News Fred and Jeff Wilpon made $52,666,666.67 yesterday.* Every MLB ownership group did. One year ago, Disney bought one-third of BAMTech — the streaming media property founded by Major League Baseball that powers MLB.tv, HBO Now, and many other online video services — for a cool $1 billion. Yesterday, Disney paid another $1.58 billion to acquire […]

MLB: New York Mets at Colorado Rockies

Game Recap August 2: Flexen Their Muscles

Last night, the Mets rode a classic Coors Field offensive eruption to overcome a 5-0 deficit and knock off the wild-card-leading Rockies in a fun come-from-behind win. Chris Flexen got off to a decent start, wiggling out of tight spots in both of the first two innings. He worked around doubles in each inning and didn’t allow a run […]

MLB: Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees

What You Need To Know: July 31

Monday Takeaway Last Monday, Jacob deGrom continued a string of excellent pitching performances. The number of the game was “8,” as he pitched eight strong innings against the Padres, with eight strikeouts, for his eighth straight win. Try saying that three times fast. deGrom was also solid against the Mariners on Saturday, although he was […]

MLB: New York Mets at San Diego Padres

Game recap July 27: An inauspicious start

Thursday was a bittersweet day for Mets fans as we said goodbye to Lucas Duda, a player who spent 10 years within the Mets organization, eight of which were in the big leagues. And while we all had probably come to terms with the eventual reality that the Mets would ship Duda off, I personally am said […]

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2017 Mets Affiliates Preview: Binghamton…sigh…Rumble Ponies

After a breakout 2016 season with the St. Lucie Mets, catcher Tomas Nido will look to continue his success in 2017 with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. The ride hasn’t always been smooth for Nido, the Mets 2012 eighth-round pick. Prior to 2016, he had never posted a minor league OPS higher than .660. However, over […]

MLB: Spring Training-St. Louis Cardinals at New York Mets

Mets Top Prospects: No. 21 to No. 30

Welcome back to the conclusion of our BP Mets top 30 list. This list was put together by Baseball Prospectus Senior Prospect Writer Jeffrey Paternostro, BP Mets Prospect Contributor Skyler Kanfer, and myself over the course of the past few weeks. Full reports for prospects 1-10 are available on the main Baseball Prospectus site, we […]

MLB: New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers

Mid-Season Mets Top 10 Prospect Update

With another Rule 4 draft in the books, and the A-ball first-half break just around the corner, this seems like a good time to check in our preseason Mets Top 10 Prospect List that I compiled with the help of the BP Prospect team. The Top 10 1. Steven Matz, LHP Current Assignment: New York […]