The New York Mets started the 2019 season without tremendous expectations but with an absolutely loaded roster which ended up heavily underperforming.
The Mets go into a crucial three game series in Atlanta with a deep line-up and rotation, which is what Brodie van Wagenen envisioned when trading for the best closer in baseball. It is time for the Edwin Diaz that the GM thought he was acquiring to make an appearance, or the Mets do not really have much of a chance to get to October.
The San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers and Houston Astros are all interested in trading for New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard this month, as reported by MLB.com's Jon Morosi.
The Mariners' offense is off to a flying start and maybe we should not be so surprised if they are competetive this year.
New York Mets were one of MLB's busiest teams this offseason, adding several big names through trade and free agency.
Brodie Van Wagenen has pulled off a brilliant move to land two stars.
Is Blake Snell's victory a sign that the voters have changed their ways?
Seattle were almost a playoff team in 2018. Instead, they are going to tear their roster down.