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Detroit Free Press

Detroit Tigers 'loose' to open road trip, and it shows early vs. Mets

A day after the Tigers were swept at home by the Marlins, capping a winless homestand, manager Ron Gardenhire liked what he saw        

Amazin Avenue

This Week in Mets Quotes: A Week of Ice and Fire

Lots of interesting, funny, idiotic, and insightful things were said by the Mets—and about them—recently. Here are some of our favorites. Your 2019 New York Mets: We failed so far to this point. “It’s on our whole organization. We failed so far to this point, and we have to be better.” -Mickey Callaway [MLB] Self improvement might be important to being a good manager. “As a leader, you can’t ever worry about yourself. One of the things I told them when I got hired is selfless service is very important to me. My goal every day is to improve that room, be consistent and make...

New York Post

Symptom-free, Michael Conforto ready to replenish depleted Mets outfield

The Mets won’t be without Michael Conforto — or a left-handed bat — much longer. Conforto, who has been on the injured list since suffering a concussion in a collision with Robinson Cano on May 16, said Friday that he feels “100%,” and expects to resume playing this weekend at Citi Field. Manager Mickey Callaway...

Amazin Avenue

Amazin’ Avenue in Conversation: Adam Guttridge

The Mets’ assistant general manager of systematic development joins the show! Welcome to Amazin’ Avenue in Conversation, a new podcast from Amazin’ Avenue where we invite interesting people on the show to talk about themselves, the Mets, and more. This week, the Mets’ assistant general manager of systematic development, Adam Guttridge, joins the show. Adam discusses his baseball origin story, including rooting for a team thousands of miles away, primarily though box scores, and how he surprised Dan O’Dowd. We also get into what his day to day looks like for the Mets, a few larger...

New York Post

Mets watch other hot-seat manager, Dave Martinez, go absolutely nuts

In what seemed improbable at the start of the week, the manager most at risk of losing his job at Citi Field might not be Mickey Callaway after all. Nationals manager Dave Martinez has been feeling the heat of late, and it seemed to boil over on Thursday afternoon. Martinez was tossed in the eighth...

New York Post

Mets add Aaron Altherr from Giants for outfield depth

The outfield-needy Mets added a familiar face on Thursday: former Phillie Aaron Altherr. They claimed him off waivers from the Giants and designated reliever Tim Peterson for assignment. Manager Mickey Callaway said he expects Altherr to be active for Friday night’s game against the Tigers. The Mets, who completed a four-game sweep of the Nationals...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Gómez HR sinks Nats after Martinez ejection, Mets sweep

Carlos Gómez lost his shoe during an early dash, then hit a go-ahead, three-run homer in the eighth inning that helped the New York Mets overcome a Nationals comeback that started after Washington manager Dave Martinez's heated ejection for a 6-4 victory Thursday and a four-game sweep.

Call to the Pen

New York Mets: 3 Possible Replacements for Mickey Callaway

The time has come. Mickey Callaway has overstayed his welcome in Flushing. The New York Mets should be firing Callaway as manager within the next couple days. In their last two series, the New York Mets have struggled immensely. If it was the inconsistency of the bullpen, the lack of offensive production, or a combination […] New York Mets: 3 Possible Replacements for Mickey Callaway - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

NorthJersey.com

Mets manager Mickey Callaway talks about Amed Rosario’s walk-off

Mets manager Mickey Callaway discusses Amed Rosario’s walk-off hit.        

New York Post

Mets can’t let Yoenis Cespedes mess scare them from spending big again

For sure, the Mets should regard Yoenis Cespedes as a cautionary tale. Will they grasp the proper moral to the story, though? You’re worried the latest Cespedes bombshell — the multiple fractures in his right ankle, purportedly suffered at his Port St. Lucie, Fla. ranch, announced Monday by general manager Brodie Van Wagenen — will...

BaltimoreBaseball.com

Elias says Broxton will add speed to and defense to Orioles

BALTIMORE—The Orioles acquired center fielder Keon Broxton from the New York Mets on Wednesday, and general manager Mike Elias says that he thinks he’ll help the team. Broxton was designated for assignment by the Mets after hitting .143 in 34 games and was traded to the Orioles for $500,000 in International Slots Bonus money. The […]

New York Post

Mets actually on winning streak after dramatic walk-off

Amed Rosario ran away from his teammates at first, all the way toward shortstop, playfully hopping up and down. Eventually, he accepted the friendly slaps on his helmet and feel-good Gatorade bath delivered by Pete Alonso. After the ugly sweep in Miami by the dreadful Marlins, the rumors of manager Mickey Callaway’s job being in...

Amazin Avenue

Firing Mickey Callaway probably doesn’t make sense right now

Getting rid of the manager in the middle of the season may make the fan base feel better, but it usually doesn’t solve the problem. It goes without saying that the Mets, coming off an embarrassing sweep at the hands of the last-place Marlins over the weekend, were not in a great place, and it’s inevitable that there would be finger-pointing over who deserves the blame for the team’s recent tailspin. That finger-pointing predominantly came in the form of speculation over the security of Mickey Callaway’s job, as many believed he would not survive the Marlins series. Brodie Van...

New York Post

Mets back up desperate Mickey Callaway in best way possible

Here was the ultimate vote of confidence Monday for the Mets: They finally won a game. With Mickey Callaway told by GM Brodie Van Wagenen he would remain the team’s manager for the “foreseeable future,” the Mets got their act together for a night and snapped a five-game losing streak with a 5-3 victory over...

Call to the Pen

New York Mets: Tim Tebow having a rough time in AAA

The Tim Tebow train is grinding to a halt in AAA this season for the New York Mets. Earlier this offseason, New York Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen stated that there was a chance that Tim Tebow could see time at the major league level. Although he had an outside chance at cracking the […] New York Mets: Tim Tebow having a rough time in AAA - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

New York Post

Joe Girardi watching Mets’ chaos unfold with intrigue

From the broadcast booth, Joe Girardi has watched the sparks in Flushing turn into a dumpster fire. Though many wonder whether he will soon have a better view. One day after the Mets issued manager Mickey Callaway the slightest vote of confidence — “for the foreseeable future” — the former Yankees skipper and current MLB...

New York Post

Showalter? Baker? Where Mets could turn if Callaway must go

Mickey Callaway is still the Mets’ manager for many reasons. The most important, though, has nothing to do with his likability, wealth of pitching knowledge or even ownership’s distaste for eating around the $1.7 million he is owed through next year. Callaway’s greatest defense is simply, if not him, who? If your knee-jerk response is...

New York Post

Anthony Kay’s Mets hype grows with spectacular outing

Anthony Kay is on the Mets’ radar, according to manager Mickey Callaway, but the left-hander wasn’t given serious consideration for a promotion to start against the Nationals on Monday. The 24-year-old up-and-comer then sent a strong message, throwing seven no-hit innings before being lifted in Double-A Binghamton’s game Monday night. Kay struck out seven and...

Federal Baseball

Patrick Corbin struggles in Nationals’ 5-3 loss to Mets in Citi Field...

Patrick Corbin gave up two homers early, and had two walks come around to score in a less-than-stellar start against the Mets... Washington Nationals’ manager Davey Martinez talked after Patrick Corbin’s eight-inning, 108-pitch outing against the New York Mets last week in D.C. about what was working for the left-hander in the 5-1 win in which he held opposing hitters to a run on four hits and struck out 11 of the 29 batters he faced. “For the most part kept the ball down, used both sides of the plate, when he can attack with his fastball it makes his slider that much better,”...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Mets snap 5-game skid with 5-3 win over Nationals

Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso homered in the first inning as the New York Mets, after learning embattled manager Mickey Callaway is staying around, broke out of their offensive funk a bit to beat the Washington Nationals 5-3 on Monday night.

New York Post

Robinson Cano finally hustles as Mets’ day gets weirder

Robinson Cano hit, and for once, ran. The Mets’ most polarizing player these days turned Citi Field boos into cheers Monday, as he hustled out of the box for a double during the club’s game against the Washington Nationals. Cano, who pinch-hit in the sixth after manager Mickey Callaway benched him in part for not...

New York Post

Mets, Robinson Cano put their saga on hold for one night

Mickey Callaway could only protect Robinson Cano for so long. The Mets manager benched the veteran second baseman Monday, in part for not running out ground balls twice in three games over the weekend. But Cano still heard boos from the crowd at Citi Field when he was introduced as a pinch hitter in the...

Amazin Avenue

Mets’ offense comes to life in win over Nationals

Runners actually crossed home plate in this game. It was not a good day in Metsland leading up to Monday night’s game. Having been swept by the last-place Marlins, Mickey Callaway’s seat had never been hotter. The players held a meeting to support their manager, which Brodie Van Wagenen addressed in a press conference before the game. During that press conference, it was also revealed that Seth Lugo was going on the injured list and Yoenis Cespedes broke his ankle on his ranch. It was quite an eventful hour, and there was still a game to be played against the Nationals. Drew Gagnon was...

NorthJersey.com

WATCH: Mets' manager Mickey Callaway addresses his job status

Mets manager Mickey Callaway addresses the status of his job after the Mets publicly endorsed him.        

NorthJersey.com

Mets stand behind manager Mickey Callaway, but for how long?

The club gave their manager a vote of confidence on Monday but wouldnt promise him the rest of the season.        

NorthJersey.com

WATCH: Mets' GM Brodie Van Wagenen endorses manager Mickey Callaway

Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen publicly endorses manager Mickey Callaway, saying his job is safe for the foreseeable future.        

Amazin Avenue

Yoenis Cespedes has a fractured ankle after accident on ranch

The Mets outfielder has suffered a violent fall on his ranch during his rehab from dual heel surgeries Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen announced today that team learned on Saturday night that outfielder Yoenis Cespedes broke his right ankle falling into a “violent fall into a hole” on his ranch. Van Wagenen went on to say that “That’s the story from his standpoint,” when asked to elaborate further on the incident. Van Wagenen also made sure to say that it was not after falling off a horse. Cespedes is currently in New York seeking a medical opinion. Cespedes has not...

Mets introduce Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz at press conference

General manager Brodie Van Wagenen introduces the Mets' latest acquisitions, second baseman Robinson Cano and closer Edwin Diaz About Major League Baseball: Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most historic professional sports league in the United States

Mets' new GM was a sports agent

Boomer and Gio talk about the the New York Mets' decision to hire former sports agent Brodie Van Wagenen as their new general manager.

Brodie Van Wagenen is introduced as the Mets' new GM

The Mets introduce Brodie Van Wagenen as the 13th general manager in team history About Major League Baseball: Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most historic professional sports league in the United States and consists of 30 member clubs in the U.S. an