METS NEWS & ANALYSIS

By Matt Straub

It’s two weeks before Christmas, meaning people across the world are preparing their lists of presents, either to let others know what they want, or to find the perfect present for a loved one. Major League Baseball’s annual winter meetings get started to...

By William McInerney

Michael Conforto had an excellent first half for the New York Mets (which I’m aware is the understatement of the year, but still). He’s slashing .284/.403/.542 as of the All-Star break, a year after slashing .220/.310/.414. He’s also hit 14 home run...

By Matt Straub

The world of sports is typically at its lowest point this week. Barring a fluke in the playoff schedules in the winter, the day after baseball’s All-Star game is often the only one of the year without something going on in one or more of the country’s fou...

By William McInerney

The New York Mets have obviously been a disappointment, and when that happens, the manager gets blamed. While results matter, sometimes it isn’t all on the manager. Despite the struggles of the Mets, it doesn’t fall on Terry Collins’ shoulders as mu...

By Matt Straub

Before the baseball season began, Brad and I had a debate over who was in a better position, the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox. We agreed on New York having an amazing future, but I argued the Red Sox being a year or two ahead in the development cycl...

By William McInerney

Zack Wheeler is in his first season back after missing the last two years due to Tommy John surgery. Fans didn’t know what to expect from him in his return, and we are now halfway through the season. How has he done in his first half season of MLB a...

By William McInerney

One thing New York Mets fans love to think about and hope for is trading for the big superstars in the game. I enjoy it as well, and it’s fun to fantasize about guys like Mike Trout and Jose Urias in the blue and orange, but it’s important to be car...

By William McInerney

Noah Syndergaard is an extremely exciting young pitcher. The 24-year-old has a career ERA of 2.80, and routinely hits 98-100 MPH on the radar gun. Additionally, he has been given the nickname of Thor due to his workout routine, and it’s hard to arg...

By William McInerney

The Mets had a lot of injury issues last season, with several important players missing long periods of time, and others playing through nagging injuries for most of the year. One player who missed a significant amount of time was first baseman Luca...

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