The second baseman is coming off another great season…
deGrom, Thor, Harvey, Matz, and Wheelera��that is what the Mets’ rotation could have looked like at some point this year. In a perfect world, of course.
Daniel Murphy has a new home, and more from the week that was in MLB.
The Mets have more depth at starting pitching than most, and there are teams willing to take a risk on Wheeler.
Instead of breaking down all of the notable names, let’s pick a position-by-position lineup of the best.
Daniel Murphy should expect a pay raise in 2016 and beyond, but don’t let his postseason cloud your judgment.
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
Don Mattingly and LA needed to move on from each other, but he’s not the sole reason for their early playoff exits over the years.
With another MLB season in the books, we look back at how once again, the Royals rallied to win it all late.
Yoenis Cespedes and Daniel Murphy were regular season and postseason heroes, respectively, but their Game 4 gaffes may ultimately cost New York the World Series.
Can the Mets rotation figure out the Royals offense? Down 2-0, they’re running out of time.
On the heels of a wild Game 1, can mid-season acquisition Johnny Cueto put KC 2-0 up? Up against deGrom, it’ll be no small task.
If Game 1 is any indication of how the rest of this series is going to go, buckle up.
The Royals have made it to their second consecutive World Series. But, will the Mets stay hot?
Will Jake Arrieta and the Cubs even up the NLCS in Citi Field? Not if ‘Thor’ has anything to say about it.
Ratings are up, the Royals are resilient, and more from the week in MLB.
How did Game 5 between the Mets and Dodgers look through the eyes of social media?
It’s time to do away with the rule that every team must be represented in the Midsummer Classic.