Mets third baseman Asdrubal Cabrera had a big Saturday night in the penultimate game of the 2017 season.</p>
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson on Saturday took responsibility for breakdowns in the organization’s professional culture, which led a series of local newspaper reports this week critical of the team, its front office and ownership.
With the Mets long since out of contention and his personal goals met, ailing pitcher Jacob deGrom is shutting it down for the season. Suffering a setback of the stomach bug he first caught this month, deGrom will not pitch as originally scheduled Saturday in Philadelphia.
The Mets’ Seth Lugo and the Phillies’ Henderson Alvarez have each spent September trying to shove their injury woes firmly in the past. They’ll have one more opportunity when their teams meet for a 7:05 p.m. ET game Saturday at Citizens Bank Park.
The Phillies hope to finish a resurgent second half with a strong final weekend against the Mets at Citizens Bank Park.
When Matt Harvey walked off the mound in the fourth inning of the Mets’ 6-2 loss Friday to the Phillies, he lugged one of the most unsightly ERAs in Mets history behind him.
The Mets already have Amed Rosario at short, but there’s plenty of talent waiting in the minors with Andres Gimenez and Gregory Guerrero getting work all over the diamond.
With Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom as the only locks, who else will be in the Mets’ rotation next year? Beat reporter Anthony DiComo answers that question and others in this week’s Mets Inbox.
It isn’t typical for a college draftee to attend instructional league play after finishing a first full season, especially if he’s had a successful and healthy one. So it was a little surprising to see Peter Alonso on the Mets’ instructs roster as the fall program opened up after a week delay due to Hurricane […]
Matt Harvey starts for the Mets against Ben Lively and the Phillies to open the final series of the season at Citizens Bank Park on Friday.
Although so many of the Mets’ disappointments this summer revolved around injuries, a few of their players simply underachieved. One of those, Robert Gsellman, made sure to finish his rookie season in top form Wednesday, delivering six strong innings in a 7-1 win over the Braves at Citi Field.
The popup was routine, the type Jose Reyes has caught so many times before in his career. But as this one nestled in Reyes’ glove to open the ninth inning Wednesday, it was as if thousands at Citi Field noticed him for the first time. From center field, the 7 Line cheering section began chanting […]