Steven Matz: Looking Forward to 2021

Steven Matz Mets

After a 2020 season that included a scratch from the starting rotation and some time in the bullpen, Steven Matz recently went “back to the basics” with former pitching coach Phil Regan to fix his mistakes from last season. In nine total games and six starts with the Mets in

What James Harden Would Really Look Like on the Nets in 2021

With rumors surfacing about James Harden’s future, some speculate that Brooklyn would be his top choice for the 2021 season. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, along with Harden, would form a big three with two MVP caliber players and a potential top ten overall player in Kyrie. However, do these

Stroman, Brach Expected to Stay With the Mets in 2021

First reported by Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, the New York Mets are planning to extend Marcus Stroman’s 18.9 million dollar contract prior to tomorrow night’s deadline. Assuming the Mets actually follow through with the offer, Marcus Stroman will have until November 10 to either accept or decline the contract. If he

Starting Pitchers the Mets Could Sign in Free Agency

After Steve Cohen purchased the team in September, many fans expected an increase in the team’s payroll that would allow the Mets to compete for top prospects in free agency. But a glaring need in the roster for next season is in starting pitching. Michael Wacha and Rick Porcello were

Can Steve Nash Lead Brooklyn to a Championship

Photo: Clutchpoints In a shocking move by the Brooklyn Nets, Steve Nash was hired this morning to be the 23rd head coach since the Nets joined the NBA. Steve Nash’s contract is a four-year deal, and Jacque Vaughn was moved from interim head coach to lead assistant. Personally, I thought that