7:01 PM EST, Tue November 19, 2019
SNY TV 4 hours ago

4 free agent pitchers Mets should target if they need to replace Zack Wheeler

If Brodie Van Wagenen is truly looking for a veteran, reliable, consistent starting pitcher that is likely to accept a one- or two-year deal, the following four candidates should be on his list...
Amazin Avenue 8 hours ago
Let’s find the Mets a starting pitcher, Part 3

Let’s find the Mets a starting pitcher, Part 3

Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports We continue working our way down the list of free agent starting pitchers who could end up in the Mets’ rotation. As has been discussed in parts one and two of this series, the Mets are a few weeks into the offseason and still have just four major league starting pitchers under team control. Free agency hasn’t moved quickly for anyone at this point, but the Mets’ internal solutions—moving Robert Gsellman or Seth Lugo to the rotation or filling things out with Walker Lockett, Corey Oswalt, or Chris Flexen—are far from ideal for a team that intends...
SNY TV 8 hours ago

WATCH: Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes takes batting practice in Florida

Mets OF Yoenis Cespedes, who missed the entire 2019 season, has been taking batting practice (thrown by Endy Chavez) in Port St. Lucie.
Amazin Avenue 9 hours ago
Luis Avilan was almost the LOOGY the Mets needed

Luis Avilan was almost the LOOGY the Mets needed

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports In a dismal Mets bullpen, Avilan had a chance to play an essential role before misuse and injury derailed things. On the surface, Luis Avilan had a mediocre season. He had a 5.06 ERA with a FIP not much better and a declining strikeout rate. In a staff of middling-to-poor relievers who performed much closer to the “poor” end of that spectrum, he didn’t really stand out one way or the other, but behind his apparent difficulty, there were some clear divides that suggest he wasn’t the disappointment he will likely be remembered as. The Mets picked...
Amazin Avenue 10 hours ago
Mets Morning News for November 19, 2019

Mets Morning News for November 19, 2019

Photo by Nick Laham/ Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Joey Cora appears to be a “strong candidate” for Mets’ bench coach. Meanwhile, third base coach Gary DiSarcina will be back “in some capacity”, according to Jon Heyman. Deesha Thosar ponders whether Brodie Van Wagenen give Carlos Beltran the coaching staff he wants. Former skipper Joe Torre has some advice for the new Mets’ manager. The Binghamton Rumble Ponies will “share concerns over the MLB plan to contract Minor League Baseball” during a press conference...
Rising Apple 12 hours ago

Mets: Three under the radar starting pitchers that can help in 2020

The New York Mets will need at least one more starting pitcher for the roster in 2020. Assuming they don’t go with a big-name arm, they should consider these three more under the radar pitchers for the Opening Day roster. As the New York Mets look to build their roster for 2020, one area that […] Mets: Three under the radar starting pitchers that can help in 2020 - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV 21 hours ago

Report: Mets third base coach Gary DiSarcina to return

According MLB Network, Gary DiSarcina, 52, will be back with the Mets "in some capacity" in 2020.
Amazin Avenue 22 hours ago
Joey Cora a candidate for Mets bench coach

Joey Cora a candidate for Mets bench coach

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Cora is one of a few candidates for the gig. Joey Cora, older brother of Red Sox manager Alex Cora, is a candidate for the Mets’ vacant bench coach job, according to Jon Heyman. As Heyman notes, two other candidates for the job are former Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez and Jerry Narron, a former major league player who has had several coaching jobs over the years. After Carlos Beltran was hired as the Mets’ new manager, he spoke highly of Alex Cora, specifically referencing conversations they had as Beltran underwent the interview process with the Mets...
SNY TV Nov 18, 2019

Shea Anything: What Do the Mets Do Now?

Doug Williams and Andy Martino are back with an all-new episode of the Shea Anything podcast! The guys dive in deep on what Andy learned at the GM Meetings about the Mets offseason strategy and what areas they will target.
SNY TV Nov 18, 2019

5 Mets prospects who can make an impact in 2020

While the state of the Mets' farm system is less than ideal due to most of their impact prospects being further away, there are five interesting players who could make an impact in 2020...
SNY TV Nov 18, 2019

WATCH: Re-live all of Pete Alonso's 53 homers with Mets this season

The NL Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso was said to have insane power entering his first season in the bigs. But he did more than showcase a couple of long balls this season.
Brew Crew Ball Nov 18, 2019
Brewers Steve Karsay to interview for Mets pitching coach vacancy, per report

Brewers Steve Karsay to interview for Mets pitching coach vacancy, per report

Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports Another pitching coach set to leave Milwaukee? It was not long ago that Brewers’ bench coach, Pat Murphy, was being interviewed to manage the New York Mets. Luckily for Milwaukee, New York decided to go with Carlos Beltran as their manager. Well the Mets are looking at the Milwaukee coaching pool again to supplant another coaching vacancy. According to Joel Sherman, New York is setting up to interview Brewers’ bullpen coach, Steve Karsay. ICYMI https://t.co/xDidpQaMOg… A Queens native is getting an interview for the #Mets pitching coach job....
SNY TV Nov 18, 2019

Billy Wagner belongs in Hall of Fame, and has another shot on new ballot

Former Mets closer Billy Wagner received just 17.9 percent of 425 possible votes one year ago when he again missed out on being elected to the Hall of Fame, and his name is back on the ballot again this year.
SNY TV Nov 18, 2019

Joey Cora emerges as 'strong candidate' for Mets bench coach job

As the Mets' bench coach search rolls on, another name has emerged: Joey Cora.
Amazin Avenue Nov 18, 2019
MLB’s dramatic MiLB realignment would radically alter the Mets’ minor league system

MLB’s dramatic MiLB realignment would radically alter the Mets’ minor league system

When a small town thinks they should have a baseball team | Photo by Stephen Dunn/ Major League Baseball’s plan will eliminate the minor league team closest to baseball’s symbolic heart. In October, news broke of a dramatic plan from MLB to overhaul the minor leagues. Among the proposed changes at the time, the most noteworthy were: Cutting affiliation ties with 42 current MiLB clubs. Move the amateur draft back to August, after the College World Series concluded, and cut the draft to 20-25 rounds. Doing away with short-season ball, sending all new draftees to the team’s spring...

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