The first, and most important, step to the Mets offseason can now be checked off of their list. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports was the first to report the signing of the beloved Yoenis Cespedes to a four-year deal worth $110 million. In addition, the deal includes a full no-trade clause,
Mets have agreed to terms with Yoenis Cespedes for 4 years, 110 million dollars, according to Ken Rosenthal. The contract is the 2nd biggest free agent contract the Mets have given, only behind Carlos Beltran's 7 year/$119 million in 2005. The $27.5 annual average value of the contract matches Alex
The Mets recently added Rosario, their top Minor League prospect to their 40-man roster protecting him from the Rule-5 draft. Rosario, the 21-year-old Dominican born shortstop had a breakout season in 2016 and vaulted into the conversation of top minor league shortstops. Rosario is the best defensive short stop the
Thomas Szapucki, the 20-year-old left hander from New Jersey was the Mets fifth round draft pick in the 2015 draft. He offered little in his 2015 season in the minors, logging only 2.1 innings with the GCL Mets at the Rookie-level. He measures around 6’ 2”, 205 lbs. with a
The NL East has been one of the most dynamic and unpredictable divisions in baseball over the past decade. In the eleven years since the Atlanta Braves' streak of 14 consecutive division titles ended in 2005, each of the teams in the East has topped the division at least once
After being removed from the Mets 40 man roster, and declaring free agency former Mets player Eric Campbell has agreed to terms with the Hanshin Tigers in Japan according to Adam Rubin. Campbell was never able to put it together in the majors for the Mets, becoming the quintessential player Quad-A
Fantasy Baseball season ended in September for many people, but that shouldn't stop you from gearing up for the 2017 season. Last season was filled to the brim with some breakout players, such as Jonathan Villar with his 62 stolen bases, or Mike Napoli with his resurgent 30+ hr/ 100+
I've been keeping up with baseball since the end of the World Series and wanted to talk about the New York Mets offseason. Let's recap.
The Mets brought back Neil Walker on a one-year deal since he accepted the qualifying offer. They took Jay Bruce's option for one more year at
Neil Walker has been locked up for 2017 and will be staying in Flushing. Walker will be set to make $17.2 million dollars and is a much needed bat in the Mets lineup. Yoenis Cespedes, Walker's 2016 teammate predictably declined the qualifying offer and is set to cash in this
Yesterday at 5 p.m. ET was the deadline for ten players extended qualifying offers to determine whether or not they would accept these offers. Of the ten players given qualifying offers this season, Jeremy Hellickson (SP, Phi) and Neil Walker (2B, NYM) were the only players who elected to accept.