Wilpons Working To Sell Majority Stake Of New York Mets To Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Steve CohenThe team said Wednesday the deal between Sterling Partners and Steve Cohen would allow 83-year-old Fred Wilpon to remain as controlling owner and chief executive officer for five years.
Mets Coach Posts Video Of Cespedes Taking Batting PracticeMets outfielder Yoenis Céspedes is taking batting practice in his effort to return from a slew of lower-body injuries.
DeGrom Does It Again! Mets Ace Repeats As NL Cy Young Award WinnerDeGrom received 29 of 30 first-place votes in balloting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced Wednesday night.
Mets' Pete Alonso Named Rookie Of The YearAlonso led the majors with 53 home runs.
Beltrán On New Beginning With Mets: Manager Must Be GM's 'Best Friend'Carlos Beltrán was back in familiar blue pinstripes Monday, buttoning up a New York Mets uniform while standing next to his new boss, Brodie Van Wagenen.
Mets Officially Name Former All-Star Carlos Beltran As New ManagerBeltran was all-in with the Mets from the start of this search. He even declined interviews with the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres to prove he only wanted to be Mets manager.
Report: Mets Narrow Managerial Search To 4 CandidatesThe next manager of the Mets will have at most 22 games of MLB managerial experience.
'I Felt Bad For Mickey Callaway': Ron Swoboda On 1969 World Series, Tom Seaver, MetsThe 1969 World Series champion shares stories from his days on the Miracle Mets and weighs in on the search for the franchises's next manager.
Mets Fire Manager Callaway After 2 SeasonsMickey Callaway won 11 of his first 12 games as manager of the Mets. Unfortunately, that was likely the highest point of his tenure in New York.
Mets' Rookie Pete Alonso Donates 'Never Forget' Cleats To 9/11 MuseumAlonso presented the equipment to museum President Alice M. Greenwald. He said "it means the world" that the memorial wanted the gear for its permanent collection.
Season Recap: After 2nd-Half Surge, Mets Lament Early MistakesDoomed early by an ineffective bullpen, the Mets were 40-51 on July 12 before rallying into the National League wild-card race with a surprising summer surge that captivated fans for a while.