In his first public appearance since beginning cancer treatment earlier this offseason, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson stressed that his health has steadily improved over the past few weeks.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson bristled Thursday at the notion that the Mets, fresh off their first postseason appearance in nine years, are not spending aggressively enough on players.
Mike Piazza was not the only Met listed on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot; he was simply the most prominent, as well as the only one to spend the majority of his career in New York. In total, five other former Mets appeared on the ballot. Of those, only second baseman Jeff Kent, outfielder […]
Two clear items remain unchecked on the Mets’ offseason wish list, giving the team a straightforward agenda with barely six weeks until the reporting date for pitchers and catchers. Specifically, the Mets will spend January seeking a right-handed hitter to complement the four outfielders they already have in place, plus a veteran reliever to work […]
Despite spending his entire 12-year career away from Chicago, Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson still calls the Windy City home. It’s where he grew up, went to college and lives in the offseason. And it’s where Granderson continues to leave an imprint on the city and community that helped shape him.
Paul DePodesta, a key member of Mets general manager Sandy Alderson’s cabinet for the past half-decade, is leaving both the organization and the industry. DePodesta has accepted a job to become the Chief Strategy Officer for the NFL’s Cleveland Browns, that team announced Tuesday.
Thirty years after forever stamping their mark on Flushing, the 1986 Mets will have another weekend of glory in Queens.
What prospect has the best chance of making an impact this year? What is the bullpen going to look like next season? Beat reporter Anthony DiComo answers these reader questions and more in his latest Inbox.
Who do the Mets have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
The Mets captured the National League pennant for the first time in 15 years in 2015. In mid-July, none of this bunch could have envisioned how much the next couple months would embody a fairy tale, minus the happy ending.
Everything gelled for the Mets in 2015, culminating in their first World Series appearance in 15 years. And while things didn’t end quite as the team hoped, the season was filled with the type of results Mets fans have desired for so long.