As they prepare to report to Spring Training this week, the Nationals made a move Monday night to improve their position player depth. Washington acquired utility man Matt Reynolds from the Mets in exchange for cash considerations.
Later this week, Mickey Callaway will take the podium for his first Spring Training press conference as Mets manager.
Once teammates in Miami, Mets reliever AJ Ramos and Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton are now both New Yorkers. Why not take advantage? The friends began searching for apartments together shortly after the Marlins traded Stanton to the Yankees in December. And while they haven’t found a suitable space quite yet, they’re continuing to look.
With Todd Frazier in tow, the Mets are unlikely to make any more major changes to their roster between now and the start of Spring Training, so it’s a good time to start taking a look at who might actually be on the team come Opening Day.
Zack Wheeler prevailed in his arbitration case against the Mets this week, a source confirmed Thursday, resulting in a $1.9 million salary for Wheeler in 2018. The Mets had countered with a $1.5 million offer, but Wheeler — unlike the Mets’ eight other arbitration-eligible players — did not settle.
Long before the 2017 regular season — one fraught with injuries and setbacks in Flushing — came to an end, Mets officials convened at Citi Field to complete a thorough evaluation of their medical procedures.
No sooner had the news of Todd Frazier’s signing with the Mets become public than Little League president Stephen Keener called to tell Frazier that his new team is scheduled to play in Williamsport, Pa. — site of the Little League World Series — for the second annual Little League Classic this August.
The Mets signed third baseman Todd Frazier to a two-year contract worth $17 million, all but finalizing their roster heading into Spring Training.
Ten years ago, he was managing an independent league team. Now, Mickey Callaway has made it all the way to the big city, and he’s eager to get started.
The Mets welcomed Todd Frazier to Queens, officially introducing him as their starting third baseman on Wednesday.
When it comes to hair, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard doesn’t have as much in common with staff mate Jacob deGrom these days.
Like anyone with a vested interest in the Mets’ fortunes, T.J. Rivera heard Monday night that the Mets had agreed a two-year contract with free-agent third baseman Todd Frazier. Rivera, who was part of the Mets’ infield mix last year but is currently rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, wasn’t particularly surprised. Nor did he feel […]