McNeil finding his groove with bat -- and arm
All-Star homered on first pitch, later saved a run on throw from right
MIAMI -- Minutes before Jeff McNeil led off Sunday afternoon’s series finale at Marlins Park, Mets manager Mickey Callaway told his All-Star to work an 11-pitch at-bat before homering.
“I just laughed and said I’d do one on the first pitch,” McNeil quipped.
McNeil did just that, sending fellow All-Star
Callaway on why Rosario didn't start Sunday
Manager on move after hustle issue Saturday: "I wouldn't call it disciplinary'
MIAMI -- Mets shortstop Amed Rosario wasn’t in the starting lineup for the Mets' 6-2 victory over Miami at Marlins Park on Sunday afternoon after a lack of hustle on a play the night before.
Rosario, whose fly ball to right-center in the eighth inning of Saturday night's 4-2 win
Syndergaard on trade talk: 'I love being a Met'
Rosario gets breather on Sunday, giving Hechavarria a chance to start
MIAMI -- A number of scouts came to see Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard on Saturday night at Marlins Park, and the flamethrower put on a show in a 4-2 victory over the Marlins.
Though Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen said on Friday that he fully expects controllable guys like
Cano on clutch HR: 'I know what I can do'
Veteran's game-winner gets his second half off to a promising start
MIAMI -- Where has Robinson Cano’s power gone?
It’s a question that was posed to Mets manager Mickey Callaway on Saturday afternoon, before his team's game against the Marlins. The 15-year veteran, with 315 career home runs and an .842 OPS to his name, entered Saturday night's contest with just
Mets reflect on Angels' no-no, Skaggs tribute
Matz throws simulated game ahead of expected Wednesday start vs. Twins
MIAMI -- As Michael Conforto watched highlights of the Angels' combined no-hitter on Friday night, he couldn't help noticing the similarities to a game he appeared in nearly three years ago at Marlins Park.
On Sept. 26, 2016, Conforto pinch-hit in the Mets' 7-3 loss to the Marlins, who were
Vargas thrown off course by pickoff tries
After focus on opposing pitcher at first, eventual pitch is a game changer
MIAMI -- With two outs in the third inning, Mets veteran southpaw Jason Vargas threw over to first base to keep opposing pitcher Caleb Smith honest ... six times.
Smith, who spent June on the injured list with left hip inflammation, certainly didn’t appear to be a baserunning threat. Plus,
Van Wagenen: 'We have a core going forward'
GM talks state of the team, including Callaway, Lowrie, Nimmo
MIAMI -- Nearly seven months ago, new Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen told the National League East to "come get us" after a busy offseason.
Hours before the second half got under way with Friday night's 8-4 loss to Miami at Marlins Park, Van Wagenen addressed the difficult reality.
With an All-Star first, Alonso makes an impact
Mets slugger makes history by driving in multiple runs; deGrom throws perfect inning
CLEVELAND -- On Monday night, he took the spotlight with the long ball. On Tuesday, Pete Alonso grabbed a little bit more with a simple base hit.
The T-Mobile Home Run Derby champion came to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs in the top of the eighth
Polar Bear Pete! Alonso wins Home Run Derby
Mets slugger defeats Vlad Jr. in finals to win $1 million grand prize
CLEVELAND -- Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s prodigious power kept Progressive Field buzzing during Monday night’s T-Mobile Home Run Derby. Yet when all was said and done, it was Pete Alonso raising the trophy.
Alonso outslugged Guerrero in a memorable final round, hitting 23 home runs to edge his fellow rookie by