Did the Mets add enough to their bullpen?

Steve Cohen is the richest owner in baseball, a fact conspicuously acknowledged within the latest collective bargaining agreement with its new luxury tax tier endearingly dubbed the “Cohen Tax.” Cohen barely batted an eye at the target directly planted on him, though, acknowledging that the team is likely to go over it. The Mets’ spending [...]

The return of (the old) James McCann

When the Mets signed catcher James McCann before the 2021 season it was, generally, viewed through the following lenses: They really needed a starting catcher, and he seemingly fit the bill. Their chances of signing J.T. Realmuto seemed slim. The lineup appeared strong regardless of who sat behind the plate. The deal allowed the flexibility [...]

The Mets are finally getting things right…probably

Hello, Mets360 readers! It’s the holiday season, and the cynicism seared into our psyches as Mets fans should be shooed away and replaced with a little bit of that baseball-related hope usually reserved for Spring Training. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, if you hadn’t heard, and in Metsland there’s little more that fans could [...]

Tear it down, Mr. Cohen

If you’re still willingly reading about the Mets and watching the games given how the season has unfolded, I commend you. Your fandom knows no bounds, but you may want to step back and think about the decision-making process that compels you to tune in to this horror show. Of course, you might want to [...]

The Mets’ deadline dilemma: offense or pitching?

The New York Mets, at 51-43, continue to sit atop the division seemingly against all odds when considering the number of injuries they’ve endured. Despite being near the top of the league in number of players and total days spent on the injured list (not to mention total salary), the team has managed to stave [...]

Jacob deGrom and the sticky stuff witch hunt

Major League Baseball’s first week of its version of “stop and frisk,” wherein umpires check pitchers for illegal foreign substances, has been unsurprisingly eventful. The Mets’ Jacob deGrom, who recently became the victim of unfounded conjecture regarding sticky substances, was the first to experience the inspection during the first game of the Mets’ doubleheader on [...]