yahoo.com Jan 25 (4 days ago)After finalizing a seven-year, $210 million contract with free agent Max Scherzer, it appears the rest of the NL East will need nothing short of a miracle or perhaps even some magic to overcome the Washington Nationals. With that in mind, it's probably …Upvote Share Tweet
M.L.B. Defends Fred Wilpon and His Financial Rolenytimes.com Jan 25 (4 days ago)Though he was a victim of Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, the Mets’ majority owner, Fred Wilpon, was viewed as the right man for the job.Upvote Share Tweet
Cuddyer: Don't count out Mets in NL EastMLB.com Jan 22 (7 days ago)Depending on the source, the Nationals' signing of Max Scherzer makes them either extreme or prohibitive favorites to win the National League East. Yet count new Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer among those unwilling to crown the Nats just yet.Upvote Share Tweet
Mets cash owed to Strawberry won at auctionESPN.com Jan 20The Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday auctioned off the money owed to Darryl Strawberry from the New York Mets contract he signed in 1985.Upvote Share Tweet
Prospect Watch: Top 10 right-handed pitchersMLB.com Jan 20There are always a ton of right-handed pitchers on the Top 100 Prospects list. The 2015 version is no different. All 10 on the list are in the Top 100, and then some. Some of the names are familiar. Five right-handers -- The Mets' Noah Syndergaard, Arch…Upvote Share Tweet
Mets Owner To Run MLB's Finance Committeedeadspin.com Jan 20Incoming commissioner Rob Manfred has begun swinging the ax, installing his preferred owners in positions of power and shunting Bud Selig's confidants to the side. But one of those Selig allies, Mets owner and CEO Fred Wilpon, isn't just being put out t…Upvote Share Tweet
Coming back swinging! Mets hitting coach Kevin Long hurt by Yankees axing, ready to worknydailynews.com Jan 17You can sense that Kevin Long is already spilling over with observations, ideas, and suggestions for his new hitters.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Jan 16We learned on Thursday that All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki will not be traded to the New York Mets this offseason. We also learned on Thursday that Tulowitzki, who's still owed $114 million over the next six seasons, might be one of the few players …Upvote Share TweetMLB.com Jan 16The Mets settled on an $8 million contract with second baseman Daniel Murphy, a $5.3 million deal with starting pitcher Dillon Gee and a $1.88 million contract with infielder Ruben Tejada, according to a source. They exchanged figures with first baseman…Upvote Share Tweet
Mets minor league P gets 50-game suspensionESPN.com Jan 16A minor league pitcher for the New York Mets has been suspended 50 games after a second positive drug test.Upvote Share Tweet
Rockies owner on Troy Tulowitzki to Mets: 'It’s not happening'yahoo.com Jan 16Mets fans hoping to see Troy Tulowitzki in blue and orange next season won't want to hear this. Rockies co-owner Charlie Monfort told the New York Post on Thursday at the MLB owners meetings there's no chance Colorado is trading Tulowitzki to New York: …Upvote Share TweetMets fans hoping to see Troy Tulowitzki in blue and orange next season won't want to hear this. Rockies co-owner Charlie Monfort told the New York Post on Thursday at the MLB owners meetings there's no chance Colorado is trading Tulowitzki to New York: …Upvote Share Tweet
Are The Mets Charging Players To Attend Offseason Workouts?deadspin.com Jan 15The Mets are currently holding offseason workouts in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and based on some chatter coming from reporters who are at the camp and local beat writers, the Mets are running some bullshit.Read more...Upvote Share Tweet
Several prospects among Mets' 17 non-roster inviteesMLB.com Jan 14Former first-round Draft picks Brandon Nimmo and Gavin Cecchini are among 17 non-roster players the Mets have invited to big league Spring Training, the team announced Wednesday.Upvote Share Tweet
Pain-free Wright building up strength in left shoulderMLB.com Jan 14After dealing with left shoulder issues during a disappointing 2014, Mets third baseman David Wright said he's physically prepared for the '15 season.Upvote Share Tweet
Rockies ramping up efforts to add pitchingMLB.com Jan 12The Rockies are expected to make moves to shore up their pitching staff this week, with trade talks with the Mets regarding right-hander Dillon Gee or serious discussions with free agents being the options.Upvote Share Tweet
Mets' Flynn elected to Groundskeepers HOFMajor League Baseball's groundskeepers have elected longtime Mets employee Pete Flynn to the MLB Groundskeepers Hall of Fame, the team announced on Friday.Upvote Share Tweet
Mets banking on d'Arnaud to keep making stridesIf things break their way, the Mets will head into Opening Day set at catcher for at least the next half-decade. In Travis d'Arnaud, the club believes it has a star-in-the-making who took enormous strides last season, and who still possesses All-Star up…Upvote Share Tweet
Inbox: Which Mets pitcher has the most potential?The calendar has officially flipped to 2015. We're always future-looking here at MLBPipeline.com, so we're more than happy to look ahead to the 2015 season and beyond. With that in mind, this week's Pipeline Inbox includes discussions on a number of pla…Upvote Share Tweet
Alderson: Flores the shortstop; starter could be dealtMLB.com Jan 7First in October, then in November, then again in December, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said that Wilmer Flores is the team's most likely option at shortstop. Now it's January, and nothing has changed.Upvote Share TweetMLB.com Jan 7Relief pitcher Bobby Parnell and the Mets have agreed on a one-year deal to avoid arbitration, the team announced Wednesday. Parnell will make $3.7 million, according to a source, the same salary he made in his second year of arbitration last season.Upvote Share TweetPiazza, a former Dodgers and Mets catcher in his third year on the Hall ballot, finished fifth in the voting results disclosed on Tuesday, just short of being chosen.Upvote Share Tweet
Wright reaches out to sons of slain NYPD officerMLB.com Dec 24, 2014Mets third baseman David Wright called the two sons of slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos on Wednesday, according to a report. He invited the boys to training camp and offered them a spot in the dugout for spring games.Upvote Share Tweet
Buster's Blog: Mets' OutlookJan 14Buster Olney takes a look at one of the Mets' glaring holes to fill this upcoming season.
Mets, Yankees Primed To Make Moves?Dec 10ESPNNewYork.com's Andrew Marchand and Adam Rubin report from the winter meetings, including whether Max Scherzer would be a good fit for the Yankees and whether the Mets will trade Dillon Gee.
Yankees, Mets Looking To Add PiecesDec 8ESPNNewYork.com's Andrew Marchand and Adam Rubin report the latest from the winter meetings, including the Yankees' interest in Chase Headley and the Mets' pursuit of a shortstop.
Mets Sign Michael CuddyerNov 10ESPNNewYork.com's Adam Rubin breaks down the Mets' signing of outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two-year deal.
Alejandro Bedoya, Nantes talking contract extension, sources sayJan 28U.S. international Alejandro Bedoya is advanced in negotiations for a new contract with French club Nantes, according to sources in the America...
Matt Barnes fine not due to interaction with Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sar…Jan 28An NBA spokesman told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that the league's review of the incident "confirmed that it was not an interaction with Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver" that led to the Los Angeles Clippers forward's fine.
Takeaways from PFF roster study -- John Clayton's mailbagJan 28John Clayton's mailbag: An in-depth roster study by Pro Football Focus illustrates how tough it is for bad teams to make quick turnarounds.
Something The Seahawks And Patriots Can Agree On: Mother Knows BestJan 28There have been verbal jabs lobbed back and forth this week between the Seahawks and the Patriots. But at Super Bowl Media Day, both teams were virtually unanimous in thanking their moms.