Stroman Accepts Qualifying Offer From Mets

Marcus Stroman will remain in Queens for at least another year. The 29-year-old righty accepted the Mets' qualifying offer of $18.9 million on Wednesday morning. https://twitter.com/STR0/status/1326556894807224323?s=20 Stroman announced his decision via Twitter this morning There was a lot of speculation that Stroman would turn down the offer, in order to try to

Steve Cohen Cleans House on First Day as Mets’ Owner

On his first day as the official owner of the Mets, Steve Cohen has already made a mark. He dismissed general manager Brodie Van Wagenen, as well as Van Wagenen's inner circle front office executives. Those include Omar Minaya, Allard Baird, Adam Guttridge, and Jared Banner. https://twitter.com/timbhealey/status/1324806985800392704 Tim Healey tweeted out Cohen's

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

BREAKING: Owners Approve Steven Cohen as New Mets Owner

It is officially a new era in Flushing. This afternoon, MLB owners approved Steven A. Cohen as the new majority owner of the Mets. After years of yearning for new ownership, Mets fans can finally rejoice. https://twitter.com/JonHeyman/status/1322233040777682945?s=20 Jon Heyman was the first to tweet the announcement. Cohen's HIstory With the Mets Rumors of a

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

J.T. Realmuto’s Most Likely Landing Spots

Realmuto Suitors

There are no superstars that will dominate the MLB Hot Stove this offseason, but when a catcher of J.T. Realmuto's value hits the open market, it will still be just as fun. The shortened 2020 season proved well for the veteran catcher, hitting .266 along with 11 home runs and