Last night, the Mets won 7-3 against the St. Louis Cardinals last night. The Mets offense, in a collective effort, had 13 hits in which everyone in the starting lineup had at least one. Jacob deGrom pitched 6 2/3 innings, allowing only one run.
Latest Mets News
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Mets might be willing to kick in cash to get a better prospect return in trades.
Rosenthal also reported that the Mets prefer to trade Curtis Granderson over Jay Bruce and might even extend a qualifying offer to him in the off-season. The four outfielders, including Cespedes and Conforto, will be in a time share until the MLB trade deadline. Both posts can be seen on his Facebook page.
Joe Giglio reports that the Red Sox have scouted a few Mets infielders.
Howie Kussoy of the New York Post writes about Curtis Granderson and his thoughts on potential retirement.
Yoenis Cespedes dyed his hair blue before last night’s game.
Latest NL East News
Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post debates how important it really is for the Nationals to remake their bullpen before the deadline with relievers that have postseason experience.
Latest on MMO
Sue Kollinsky believes it is time to look towards the 2018 season.
Logan Barer talks about the Red Sox interest in some of the Mets infielders.
Rob Piersall writes about how the Mets have slid deeper into irrelevance.
This Day in Mets History
1969: The Mets went into the All-Star break 53-39, which put them four and 1/2 games behind the Cubs.
1971: Ed Kranepool becomes the franchise home run leader with his 70th career homer.
Birthdays: Ty Kelly turns 29.