Amidst another chaotic season in Queens, the resurgence of Javier Báez has been one of the few bright spots for the Mets in the second half. Jared Greenspan offers insight into how the dynamic infielder has turned it around, and whether or not he should fit into Steve Cohen’s future plans.
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Despite his reputation as a high-contact player, Jeff McNeil hasn’t been able to accomplish that this season. What’s the problem? Jared Greenspan offers his analysis.
Michael Conforto’s always been a streaky hitter, but what’s behind his current slump? Jared Greenspan takes a look.
While the Mets as a franchise, historically, are a bit of a joke, they are coming off a solid season. How can they compete in a hectic 2020 season?
Despite a multi record-breaking season for the Mets, they were unable to deliver the wins necessary for a post-season bid. M-SABR staff writer Ruthvik Avvari discusses how much of this result can be explained by stats.
In this brief analysis, Felipe Zwanzger takes a closer look at Brandon Nimmo’s progress from 2018 to 2019 and discusses what it could mean for his future.
How will this Mets team perform after a busy offseason? Max Brill discusses.
Today we continue our off-season preview series with a look at the NL East, which has the potential for a number of interesting moves before the 2019 season. Here, we discuss how the Mets might actually have a chance at competing (don’t hold your breath) and how the Braves will look for another NL East title. The Phillies and that Gabe Kapler guy are looking pretty interesting, too.
Yes—an article about a non-Jacob deGrom Met. Max Brill highlights an under the radar breakout season from Brandon Nimmo.