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Mets' Jeff McNeil and family thank healthcare works amid coronavirus pandemic Mets third baseman Jeff McNeil, joined by his wife, Tatiana, and their dog, Willow, issued a message of thanks to healthcare workers who are doing everything they can to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. "Let me start off by saying that we hope this message finds you and your families healthy and safe," said McNeil.

What Would the 2006 Mets Look Like with Scott Kazmir? Before there was Jarred Kelenic, there was Scott Kazmir. Like Kelenic, Kazmir was a top Mets prospect who was traded for an underwhelming return in an attempt to turn things around quickly and make a postseason run.

WATCH: Mets @ Nationals on MLB The Show Though there haven't been any serious talks yet about baseball being played at netural sites, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic writes that baseball is entertaining the idea of starting the season in a location where "spring training parks are more concentrated." But, as the story points out, there would be numerous hurdles to overcome.

Simply Amazin': Special Guest, Wayne Randazzo In the latest episode of Simply Amazin', one-half of the Mets' dynamic play-by-play duo on WCBS 880, Wayne Randazzo, joins the show to discuss Luis Rojas' steady hand through his ascension into the manager's chair and his current even-keeled approach to the uncertain future of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

3 hurdles to MLB playing games in spring training parks with no fans MLB, in addition to other professional sports leagues, is trying to find a safe way to still have a 2020 season. one of the most common ideas has been to hold games in one location with no fans.

Out of Office Replies: SNY's Doug Williams on why he believes in Marcus Stroman In the latest edition of SNY's Out of Office Replies, Doug Williams says why he believes in Marcus Stroman, gives his sandwich recommendation, and more!

Ron Darling is Losing Optimism That Baseball Will Return This Year Major League Baseball has been brought to a standstill due to the pandemic that is being felt around the world and there is no real timetable for when this will all come to an end. A waiting game that once may have been viewed in terms of weeks, is beginning to be defined by months and an undetermined amount of them at that.

Klutch Sports Adds Another Wrinkle to Stroman's Free Agency When the New York Mets traded two highly-touted pitching prospects for Marcus Stroman, it was clear they were making a win-now move. Stroman was able to contribute towards a surprising second-half run last summer, but he was really acquired to be a big part of the 2020 rotation.

Coronavirus Filler Mets Jersey #17: 1993 Road Swoosh I never ever want the Mets to change their current set, and the home swoosh Mets jersey sucked, but these have aged well.

Beyond the Booth: Ron Darling's 3 tips to becoming a broadcaster How do you get into the business? I'm asked this question all the time, and I am probably the wrong person to ask. Let's be real, I have my job because I used to throw a baseball at a high level. Three things… First, work hard. Second, get as many reps as you can.

Squares - The Mets Police I’ve always been a big fan of Shea Stadium’s exterior “confetti” panels. Also a big fan of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. But never noticed until now how the panels looked like Mondrian’s 1917 painting ‘Composition in Colour B’! pic.twitter.com/kPL7BpJsg3 — Paul Lukas April 3, 2020.

New York Mets 2010 Opening Day lineup ten years later retrospective Ten years ago, the New York Mets opened the 2010 season with a win versus the Florida Marlins. However, the Opening Day lineup previewed a rough year ahead.

Mets Video Vault: 1977 Old Timers Day If you follow the Mets on Twitter, you probably caught a glance of a photo taken from behind of Duke Snider, Joe DiMaggio, Willie Mays, and Mickey Mantle walking in from center field at Shea Stadium shown on Thursday.

When the Mets set an Opening Day home run record in 1988 The championship-hopeful 1988 New York Mets started the season with a bang by smacking a record six home runs on Opening Day. In 1988, expectations were hi…

Morning Briefing: Scott Boras Proposes 'Functional Isolation' to Start the Season Late Friday afternoon, the Mets announced the creation and implementation of a $1.2M program for their seasonal game day staff that are in need of financial assistance during this pandemic. The team also has established a COVID-19 Disaster Assistance Fund for this purpose.

Rebound Candidate: Edwin Diaz If the Mets are going to maximize their potential and break their three-year playoff drought in 2020, odds are they'll need a bounce-back effort from right-handed reliever Edwin Diaz.

BVW Speaks On Mets Rotation Amid Noah Syndergaard Loss But regardless of the campaign's fate, Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen is expressing confidence in his rotation despite the loss of Thor. "Noah is a big part of the Mets family," Van Wagenen said in a text this week, per Dan Martin of the New York Post.

Mets' Steven Matz donates to coronavirus relief Long Island native Steven Matz lives in Nashville now, but the Mets left-hander remains supportive of New York's first responders, especially now, with the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the city and surrounding area so hard. On Friday, Matz announced on Twitter that he and his wife Taylor were donating $32,000 to through his Tru32 program.

Mets create coronavirus assistance fund for employees The New York Mets announced Friday they are creating the Mets COVID-19 Disaster Assistance Fund to aid employees that haven't worked due to the coronavirus pandemic.

New York Mets SP Steven Matz donates $32K To NYC First Responders Long Island Native and New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz has donated $32,000 to NYC first responders.

Mets manager Luis Rojas on coronavirus stoppage: 'We're swimming in unfamiliar waters' Luis Rojas has waited a long time to get his shot at managing the Mets, and he's now dealing with a delay to his first season that the game of baseball has never seen before. Rojas, hired by the Mets this offseason after the team and Carlos Beltran parted ways, recently spoke to Nathalie Alonso of MLB.com.

Mets Establish COVID-19 Relief for Ballpark Employees On Friday evening, the Mets took to twitter to announce the establishment of a financial assistance program worth $1.2 million. The grants are being released through the Mets COVID-19 Disaster Assistance Fund. An account created today in order to the money to the organizations ballpark employees.

Matz Donates $32,000 To Aid New York City's COVID-19 Fight New York Mets southpaw Steven Matz is aiding New York City in its fight against COVID-19. Matz's TRU32 program is donating $32,000 to first responders and hospitals in New York City that are fighting the virus.

Best Mets By Number: 4 Partly because of the joke, and mainly because my blog ignores the antics of the man who wore 4 in the late 80s.

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