MLB: New York Yankees at Seattle Mariners

How Jerry Dipoto Would Run the Mets

There was joy in Flushing when Sandy Alderson and the Mets re-signed Yoenis Cespedes to reprise his role as “Mets Offense” for the 2017 season. Since the Cespedes announcement on November 30? Literally nothing but a bunch of minor-league free agent signings and invitations to spring training. We appreciate @MetsGM for his professionalism and perseverance; it’s hard to work […]

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. […]

MLB: St. Louis Cardinals at New York Mets

Rainout Recap July 25: Mother Nature Halts Start of Important Homestand

Set to kick off their first homestand since the All-Star break on Monday night at Citi Field, the New York Mets (52-45) will have to wait another day to take on the St. Louis Cardinals (52-46). The series opener was officially postponed just minutes before the scheduled start time, as heavy rains continued to move […]

MLB: Miami Marlins at New York Mets

Our Second-Half Predictions

We offered some #HotTakes back in April, some of which look prescient: David Wright will not start the Mets’ 2016 playoff games (he’s out for the season, if you’ve been under a rock) The 2016 team breaks the franchise record (200) for dingers (they’re 63% of the way there, having played 56% of their games) Addison […]