Baseball's flurry of offseason activity has finally arrived! After a slow start to the offseason, business picked up as the 2017 Major League Baseball Winter Meetings converged in Orlando, Florida. As the rest of the sport picks its collective jaw up off the ground after the Yankees pulled off a
ESPN The New York Mets have talked to at least two teams about trading right-hander Matt Harvey this offseason, according to a report in the New York Daily News. According to the report, the Mets are looking to move Harvey for a reliever. On Sunday, the first night of the annual MLB Winter Meetings,
A sluggish few weeks of free-agent signings received a jolt Sunday, when those filing into the lobby of the Dolphin Hotel for the start of the Winter Meetings learned that relievers Brandon Morrow and Luke Gregerson had reportedly agreed to deals with the Cubs and Cardinals, respectively.
The Mets have been notably quiet as baseball’s Hot Stove has begun to simmer. Shohei Ohtani has picked the Angels as his team. Giancarlo Stanton is heading to the Yankees, flipping the offseason on its side. But the Mets have done nothing of note since hiring manager Mickey Callaway in October. That is likely to […]
There might not be a Dark Knight sequel in the Big Apple. The New York Mets have held trade discussions with at least two teams about right-hander Matt Harvey, multiple sources confirmed to Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News. “They are willing to move him,” one source said. “They said they wanted to […]
Don't pack your bags just yet, Starlin! Starlin Castro may be one of the big pieces going to the Miami Marlins in the Yankees' impending deal for Giancarlo Stanton, but the second baseman may not need to change addresses just yet. A Mets team source confirmed to the News on Saturday that once
Castro isn’t officially a Marlin, but the Mets have interest
Starlin Castro may never get a chance to put on a Miami Marlins uniform. Acquired by the Marlins in the deal sending reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton to the New York Yankees, he could be flipped again. The New York Mets will call the Marlins about Castro once the deal is finalized, a team source […]
Heading into the 2013 Winter Meetings, the Mets were coming off consecutive 88-loss seasons. They had not sniffed second place in the National League East since ’08, which also happened to be the last time they were involved in a serious postseason race.
Given their budget, the Mets are not primed to make baseball’s biggest Hot Stove splashes this season. They will acquire multiple players, with a focus on bullpen help. But the team that reports to Port St. Lucie, Fla., in February is bound to look similar to the one that parted ways last October.
The Mets have the sixth overall pick in next June's MLB Amaetur Draft, and MLB.com's first Mock Draft has them choosing between a left-handed college pitcher and a high school shortstop.
For many teams around baseball no longer in the running to sign Shohei Ohtani, the Japanese free agent’s narrowing of the field means a chance to pivot to other starting-pitching options. Not so for the Mets, who are unlikely to pursue other starters this offseason.