Jacob deGrom is the past, present and future

Last week, Major League Baseball honored Jacob deGrom with his second consecutive Cy Young Award, a feat that had never been accomplished by a Met’s pitcher. Mets360 recently noted that deGrom actually ranks third behind Tom Seaver and Dwight Gooden in consecutive two year fWAR. This is certainly a testament to amazing performances by the [...]

Trading J.D. Davis and other creative moves

In the recent article about J.D. Davis’ home splits, Brian raised the idea that Davis could be traded this offseason. A lot has been made about the Mets salary positioning and how it affects their ability to spend on free agents. While it is true that the Mets will likely not exceed the $160 million [...]

Brandon Nimmo is back

On Monday, Mets outfielder Brandon Nimmo made his first start since May after recovering from a neck injury. The 26-year-old has come a long way from what he described when his neck “completely froze up.” In his first start back, Nimmo showed the club what he does best by getting on base three times via [...]

Justin Wilson and Jeurys Familia are holding their own

The Mets have enjoyed success from two of their offseason acquisitions of late. Both Justin Wilson and Jeurys Familia are holding their own when summoned into the game. After an abysmal four months of the season, the month of August has been kind to the Mets relievers and the returns have been bountiful. Their success [...]

Pete Alonso and Jeurys Familia need to step up

The Mets are fresh off a 15-1 streak of winning baseball and there is certainly a lot of information to take in over that stretch of baseball. Amidst a number of dramatic and unlikely performances there is a full data set of everyday player’s statistics across what is essentially 10% of the baseball season. The [...]

Possible additions to the playoff hopeful Mets

While the list of available players at this stage of the season is not nearly as enticing as an incoming free agent list, there is something to be said about players who are on the market who could potentially make a positive impact for a playoff hopeful club. It’s important to note that the expectations [...]

An in-depth look at Marcus Stroman

The Mets made headlines ahead of today’s trade deadline by sending their top two pitching prospects to the Toronto Blue Jays for Marcus Stroman. Now, at first glance one might think that the Mets overpaid by giving up Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods Richardson for the veteran right hander. However, a deeper look reveals that [...]

Yasmani Grandal and the Mets who never were

Sometimes the best deals are the ones that never were, and sometimes teams are left kicking themselves for not shelling out extra to close a deal. The 2018-2019 offseason was an incredible failure of potentially gigantic proportions, however the front office will now be judged on how they handle the pending trade deadline and offseason. [...]