It’s been one week since the fabled Home Run Horse first appeared in the Mets dugout, fitted with a backwards cap and an orange and blue warm-up jacket. According to Pete Alonso, the horse is a byproduct of the Mets’ clubhouse camaraderie. “I think it’s just the team having fun,” Alonso said on Friday before
Francisco Lindor is jumping for joy after the Mets traded for Cubs infielder Javier Baez.
The Mets returned to NL East competition Monday and quickly discovered vultures are circling. It’s hard to identify whether the Braves or Phillies are the larger threat, but the Mets aren’t in position to sleep on either, even with a respectable division lead. On this afternoon/early evening, the new “home run horse” took a siesta,
Francisco Lindor became the latest Mets player to hit the injured list. The Mets, who were starting to finally get healthy, placed their shortstop on the 10-day IL with a right oblique strain on Saturday afternoon. Lindor suffered the injury on a swing during the fifth inning of the Mets’ 4-1 loss to the Pirates
A fully healthy group of position players lasted all of four-and-a-half innings for the Mets. After getting J.D. Davis back following a length stint on the injured list, Francisco Lindor was lost to an apparent injury in the fifth inning of the Mets’ games in Pittsburgh on Friday night. The high-priced shortstop grabbed at his
Edgardo Alfonzo once adorned the cover of Sports Illustrated with double-play partner Rey Ordonez and the other components of a Mets infield dubbed as possibly the best ever. The former All-Star second baseman, known affectionately as Fonzie, was inducted into the Mets’ Hall of Fame before Saturday’s game against the Reds, along with All-Star pitchers
Javier Baez is set to become a free agent after the 2021 season, and if he doesn't sign a lucrative long-term extension with the Chicago Cubs, he apparently
New York Mets star Francisco Lindor has officially landed on the injured list. Per SNY's Steve Gelbs , the 27-year-old was placed on the 10-day IL with a strained oblique