As expected, the Mets officially fired Mickey Callaway after two seasons. His run was rough, but the Mets did literally improve. So who’s next in line for the job? And what team–with what expectations–will they be inheriting? Advertisements
Harper mashes, deGrom deals, and the Orioles and Rays start strong in this week’s inaugural East Coast Bias.
The Mets’ highly-touted first basemen gets the Opening Day nod, a surprising outcome when service time manipulation was expected. Does his day one status tell us anything about the 2019 Mets? Or Alonso’s future?
It’s okay that you’re not always going to be there. That’s nothing to feel bad about.
Arguably baseball’s most popular name ends his extended free agency, signing with the Phillies. Harper comes with plenty of uncertainty, but he has game-changing upside. He has both met his hype and come way short of it. So which Harper …
Colorado’s splendid third basemen nets a lucrative extension and secures a Rockies core that’s surrounded by young, affordable talent. He’s worth the cost, especially with October on the mind in Denver.
The Philadelphia Phillies snagged the former Marlins catcher and dramatically improved their lineup. They paid a steep price, but it’ll be worth it in the near-term. Especially if the biggest prize is still to come.
Until now, the latter day New York Yankees dynasty hadn’t a single Hall of Famer*. (¡Que horror!) Now they have two and a third on the way.
The NL East has been the talk of the offseason so far. And the most significant addition to baseball’s most compelling division may still be coming.
Robinson Cano is coming back to New York, this time to Queens, and he’s bringing an all-star closer with him. There are a few ways to interpret this trade, but the central, divisive question is: should the New York Mets …