New York Mets Sign Trevor May To Two-Year Contract

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It was a bit of a slow start to the off-season, but the New York Mets have officially made their first significant addition with the signing of relief pitcher Trevor May. The two sides agreed to a two-year contract pending a physical, according to Jeff Passan. The salary has yet to be announced at this […] READ MORE


New York Mets: Looking at the Mets Pitching Staff in 2020

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The New York Mets had high expectations heading into the 2020 season with Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Marcus Stroman, Steven Matz, and Rick Porcello in their starting rotation. They also had Michael Wacha as an extra arm. By the end of the season, deGrom and Porcello were the lone two pitchers in the starting rotation. […] READ MORE


Michael Conforto Providing the Mets with an All-Star Season

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The odds of Michael Conforto winning the MVP this season with the year Fernando Tatis Jr. and Freddie Freeman are having is very slim, but the New York Mets star right fielder has put together an All-Star season. Conforto has been the best hitter for a team that has not much success this season. However, New York would […] READ MORE


Steven Matz Set To Return To the Rotation Friday for Mets

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In what has been a miserable 2020 season for the New York Mets left-hander Steven Matz, he will have a final chance to return the starting rotation Friday night against the Atlanta Braves. David Peterson was scheduled to make the start, but he will be pushed back a day to give him some extra rest. Peterson […] READ MORE


Jed Lowrie Mets’ Tenure Officially Over

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The New York Mets signed Jed Lowrie to a two-year contract for $20 million dollars. The veteran middle infielder was coming off a season where he hit 23 home runs and drove in 99 RBI’s with the Oakland Athletics in 2018. After only having eight total plate appearances last season, Lowrie’s tenure with the Mets […] READ MORE


Evaluating Luis Rojas’ First Season With the Mets

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It is tough to judge a manager based on just one season in the big leagues. It is even more challenging to evaluate them in a 60-game shortened season, but Luis Rojas has been through it all in his first season with the New York Mets. This team has underachieved drastically in all areas in […] READ MORE


Jacob deGrom on Path for Third Straight Cy Young

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It has been a unique 60-game MLB regular season but that hasn’t stopped Jacob deGrom from having another fantastic year. As the New York Mets and the rest of baseball enter the final games of the regular season, deGrom has stood out once again and is looking to become the third pitcher in MLB history […] READ MORE


Andres Gimenez Emerging as Mets Starting Shortstop

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Although manager Luis Rojas will not name a starter, Andres Gimenez has clearly overtaken Amed Rosario as the New York Mets starting shortstop. Gimenez has seen the bulk of the time at shortstop this month forcing Rosario to the bench. He has done it with his bat as well as his glove. With a shortened […] READ MORE


Billy Hamilton’s Short Tenure with the New York Mets

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There was no question Billy Hamilton has struggled to hit at this point in his career. However, after the New York Mets traded their fourteenth ranked prospect in Jordan Humphreys for the speedster, New York needed to find a way to have Hamilton impact the team. They were unable to do that as he was […] READ MORE


New York Mets Bullpen Continues to Struggle in 2020

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The New York Mets bullpen was the biggest issue as to why they could not make the playoffs in 2019. General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen attempted to revamp his bullpen with the addition of Dellin Betances. He also counted on a bounce-back season from both Edwin Diaz and Jeurys Familia. However, all three of these […] READ MORE