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  • • Todd Frazier: People could lose jobs due to free agency debacle
    New York Mets veteran infielder Todd Frazier can be counted among the MLB players frustrated with the slow free agency period. Per Matt Ehalt of The Record in North Jersey, Frazier said “You see what’s going on, it’s not good for the game. … It’s something where as a union we need to come together and figure some things out.” He also offered a blun...
  • • Matt Harvey out at least 10 days after suffering glute strain
    Matt Harvey was saying all the right things leading up to opening Spring Training with the Los Angeles Angeles, but those positive vibes were quickly squelched after the pitcher suffered an injury Wednesday that will sideline him at least 10 days. Harvey, who signed a one-year, $11 million deal with the Angels, suffered a glute strain during agilit...
  • • Jacob deGrom not ruling out self-imposed innings limit without contract extension
    Jacob deGrom is still seeking a long-term contract extension from the New York Mets heading into the season, and he is not ruling out taking steps to protect his future if he does not get it. In one of the least surprising announcements of the offseason, Mets manager Mickey Callaway announced on Thursday that deGrom will be the team’s Opening Day s...
  • • Matt Harvey gives honest assessment of his past few seasons
    A lot has changed for Matt Harvey since the end of the 2015 season. Once regarded as one of the game’s best pitchers, he’s now on his third organization and struggling to recapture the old magic. Now with the Los Angeles Angels, Harvey offered a pretty scathing assessment of his work over the previous three seasons. In the first 65 starts of his ca...
  • • Jacob deGrom reportedly sets Opening Day deadline for contract talks
    Jacob deGrom has informed New York Mets officials that there will be no contract negotiations during the season, meaning the team has been put on notice that any deliberations concerning a new deal must come before Opening Day, sources tell the New York Post . The reigning NL Cy Young Award winner is slated to earn $17 million in 2019 after he and ...
  • • Five players who could spice up the AAF
    The Alliance of American Football (AAF) just launched its first set of games on Saturday and Sunday. It was like a blast from the past. Especially when it came to watching former New York Jets bust quarterback Christian Hackenberg throw a glaring interception in the first quarter. Though all was not bad. Former first-round running back pick Trent R...
  • • Garth Brooks to work out with Pirates in spring training
    Country music legend Garth Brooks has landed an MLB gig — some spring training fun with the Pittsburgh Pirates — before Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. John Perrotto of DK Pittsburgh Sports noted Monday morning that Brooks reported Monday and will work out with the Pirates from Thursday through next Thursday. Brooks has a history of joining MLB ball...
  • • MLB looking at Cubs-Cardinals opener in London?
    On the surface, the game of baseball has much more of an international flavor than that of football. We’ve seen some of the greatest players to ever take to the diamond come from foreign soil. Despite this, MLB has not necessarily marketed itself much outside of Asia and The Americas. That could change here soon. According to this report from the A...
  • • A's bring back longtime executive Sandy Alderson
    Sandy Alderson broke into MLB as an executive for the Oakland Athletics in 1981. More than 20 years after leaving the team in 1998, he’s returning. The A’s officially announced on Tuesday that they’ve hired Alderson as the senior advisor to baseball operations. “I think it’s going to be terrific,” Alderson said, per Susan Slusser of the San Francis...
  • • Justin Wilson signs two-year deal with Mets
    The New York Mets added a solid left-handed arm to their bullpen on Friday, as they have reached an agreement with veteran reliever Justin Wilson. ESPN’s Jeff Passan reports that the deal is worth $10 million over two seasons. Wilson posted a 3.46 ERA in 71 appearances with the Chicago Cubs last season. He has a career 3.33 ERA and has pitched for ...
  • • Report: Yasmani Grandal had multi-year offers from four teams
    Yasmani Grandal did not end up with the type of free agent deal he had hoped for this winter, but the catcher did have other options beyond the one-year contract he signed with the Milwaukee Brewers. Grandal said he turned down “a lot of good deals” to sign with the Brewers, and Robert Murray of The Athletic reports that he had multi-year offers fr...
  • • Tim Tebow invited to Mets’ Major League spring training
    Tim Tebow will have a chance to show what he can do against big leaguers in spring training. The New York Mets announced on Thursday that they have invited 13 minor leaguers to their Major League spring training. Tebow is part of that group. Tebow is entering his third season in pro ball. He played 84 games with Double-A Binghampton last season and...
  • • Report: Free agent Wilmer Flores signs with Diamondbacks
    One of the more versatile free agents is off of the market. Wilmer Flores, formerly of the New York Mets, has reportedly signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jeff Passan of ESPN reported the deal on Wednesday afternoon. Flores had spent his entire career with the New York Mets. He’s perhaps best known for an incident that took place just prior to ...
  • • Mets sign Jed Lowrie to two-year, $20 million deal
    The New York Mets are adding another infielder to the mix. The Mets have signed Jed Lowrie to a two-year deal worth at least $20 million, as first reported by ESPN’s Jeff Passan. The move makes sense for new team GM Brodie Van Wagenen, who previously served as Lowrie’s agent and obviously believes in his former client. Lowrie, who turns 35 in April...
  • • Sources: Mets reach 2-year deal with Lowrie
    The New York Mets have reached a two-year deal with free agent infielder Jed Lowrie, league sources told ESPN, adding a versatile veteran to an overhauled team that hopes to compete in the loaded National League East this season....

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  • • Which clubs are in on Zack Wheeler?
    Zack Wheeler has been one of baseball's hottest starting pitchers the past two-and-a-half months. No wonder the New York Mets are getting a lot of bites on their hard-throwing right-hander of late....
  • • Report: No one expects Mets to trade Jacob deGrom
    As the countdown to the non-waiver trade deadline ticks under 24 hours, it’s now expected that starting pitcher Jacob deGrom will not get his wish and will remain with the New York Mets.According to Jon Heyman of Fancred sports, no team has reportedly made an offer close enough to what New York is seeking for its ace pitcher. Given New York is oper...
  • • Report: Mets to keep their top starting pitchers
    The New York Mets have reportedly decided to keep three of their prized starting pitchers in hopes of contending next season.The Mets are currently in last place in the National League East. Teams in that position often take on the role of “seller” at the trade deadline and deal their top players. Between Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Zack Whe...
  • • J.A. Happ sent home with hand, foot and mouth disease
    J.A. Happ had a strong first outing for the New York Yankees, but his second start with his new team might be put on hold.Happ left the Yankees on Tuesday after contracting hand, foot and mouth disease. As unusual as this ailment is, it’s not the first time we’ve seen it this year, or even this month. New York Mets starter Noah Syndergaard hit the ...
  • • Watch: Nationals' Trea Turner offers tearful apology over insensitive tweets
    Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner became the latest MLB player embroiled in controversy after tweets from years back surfaced displaying the youngster in a racist and homophobic light.Unlike the others before him, Turner’s apology seemed to be heartfelt and genuine ahead of Washington’s game against the New York Mets on Tuesday.Wiping back...
  • • Mets quieter than expected at Deadline
    With a pair of impactful deals in the New York Mets' recent past, the non-waiver Trade Deadline came and went Tuesday with little commotion....
  • • Twitter reacts to Nationals walloping Mets
    The New York Mets on the road on Tuesday night, taking on the Washington Nationals. Let’s just say that the Nats aren’t being gracious hosts. In fact, the Washington offense was so prolific on Tuesday that it did something we haven’t seen in seven years, nearly to the date. The Twitterverse is certainly having some fun with this one. pic.twitter.co...
  • • Watch: Ryan Zimmerman pretends to charge mound against Jose Reyes
    Tuesday’s game against the Washington Nationals was a complete disaster for the New York Mets. But Jose Reyes pitching to Ryan Zimmerman gave us one entertaining moment.The Mets brought in Reyes to pitch in the 25-4 blowout loss. It didn’t go terribly well for the veteran infielder. One of his many blemishes came when he hit Zimmerman with a pitch....
  • • Twitter reacts to outrageous Nationals-Mets score
    Twitter had a field day during the Washington Nationals’ demolition of the New York Mets.There are convincing victories and there’s what the Nationals did to the Mets on Tuesday in Washington DC. The Nationals racked up 26 hits on the way to a 25-4 win. Not surprisingly, the 25 runs established a new franchise record. Washington jumped out to a 7-0...
  • • Five tweets that accurately describe the Nationals' beatdown of the Mets
    The Washington Nationals haven’t had the easiest time so far during the 2018 MLB regular season. They can always count on a visit from the New York Mets to help get them back on track, though.Initially projected to easily be the National League East’s postseason representative, they’ll enter Wednesday with a 53-53 record while also looking up at th...
  • • Nationals’ Shawn Kelley regrets his immature behavior on mound
    Washington Nationals reliever Shawn Kelley expressed regret over his immature behavior on the mound Tuesday.The Nationals destroyed the New York Mets 25-4, leading to some funny Twitter reactions. What wasn’t so funny was the Nats relievers who pitched in such a blowout.Kelley was tasked with closing out the Nats’ 25-1 lead in the ninth inning. He ...
  • • Mets troll themselves over worst loss in franchise history to Nationals
    The New York Mets found themselves on the wrong side of history on Wednesday night after a 25-4 shellacking at the hands of the Washington Nationals. The humiliating defeat marked the worst loss in franchise history. So bad was the beat-down that the Mets felt compelled to troll themselves on Twitter. Twitter of course was on fire as social media w...
  • • Mets' Matz to be evaluated for forearm issue
    New York Mets left-hander Steven Matz will be evaluated by doctors after experiencing forearm discomfort....
  • • Nationals’ GM Mike Rizzo blasts Kelley after team DFAs him
    While the Washington Nationals had plenty to celebrate in Tuesday’s 25-4 win, general manager Mike Rizzo was furious after an outburst from relief pitcher Shawn Kelley.During the ninth inning, Kelley allowed a solo home run to New York Mets outfielder Austin Jackson. The 34-year-old reliever immediately slammed his glove down into the dirt and star...
  • • Shawn Kelley’s agent claims umpires inspired mound meltdown
    The agent for Shawn Kelley claims the actions of umpires on Tuesday night inspired the pitcher’s mound meltdown and had nothing to do with the Washington Nationals. The meltdown occurred after Kelley entered the game with the Nationals annihilating the New York Mets by a score of 25-1 in a game the team won 25-4. Kelley threw his glove down in disg...

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