• Why Steve Cohen is inviting Mets stars over for dinner

    Why Steve Cohen is inviting Mets stars over for dinner

    Pete Alonso, Brandon Nimmo and Marcus Stroman have had dinner with their boss. Cohen has encouraged them to bring significant others or an agent if they would like.
  • Jacob deGrom’s 15K complete game gives Mets bounce-back win

    Jacob deGrom’s 15K complete game gives Mets bounce-back win

    Five-plus months remain in the regular season, but a boisterous crowd of 8,130 fans at Citi Field submitted their voice votes for MVP on Friday night. Jacob deGrom, the elixir to all of the Mets’
  • Mets offense comes alive in doubleheader sweep of Phillies

    Mets offense comes alive in doubleheader sweep of Phillies

    A pulse could be detected from this Mets lineup over the final eight innings Tuesday, spanning two games, and that carried the day. Jonathan Villar delivered a walk-off hit in Game 1 and Brandon
  • Brandon Nimmo’s hot bat ‘setting the tone’ for Mets

    Brandon Nimmo’s hot bat ‘setting the tone’ for Mets

    Brandon Nimmo made it his mission this offseason to be a dependable bat for the Mets, and not just when he was facing right-handed pitchers. The center fielder is off to a promising start facing
  • Brandon Nimmo turned to childhood hero in quest to win full-time Mets job: Sherman

    Brandon Nimmo turned to childhood hero in quest to win full-time Mets job: Sherman

    Brandon Nimmo toggled between fan and student, bouncing happily from one to the other. He had dreamed of this conversation. What it might be to actually speak with Todd Helton. For 20 minutes on
  • Mets’ thrilling win shows MLB expanded playoffs here to stay

    Mets’ thrilling win shows MLB expanded playoffs here to stay

    It’s going to work. Major League Baseball is going to keep the 16-team postseason that emanated from the pandemic shutdown, and you’re going to like it. Don’t believe me? Then tell me you watched the Mets’ insane, 10-6 victory over the Phillies Thursday night at Citizens Bank Park and didn’t get roped in by the …
  • Brandon Nimmo’s blast in ninth propels Mets to big win over Phillies

    Brandon Nimmo’s blast in ninth propels Mets to big win over Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA — The yelling from the Mets dugout echoed through the empty ballpark as Brandon Nimmo sped around the bases. All night the Mets had clawed following a disastrous Seth Lugo start, and finally they had the lead again. And soon enough, a must-needed series victory. Nimmo’s homer leading off the ninth against Brandon Workman …
  • Amed Rosario pickoff flub symbolizes this Mets’ season

    Amed Rosario pickoff flub symbolizes this Mets’ season

    BUFFALO — On an aggravating night, in an aggravating season, it only seemed appropriate that the Mets would suffer one of their most damaging losses of the year thanks to the follies and foibles of an unbelievably, unconscionably aggravating inning. It ended on a pickoff? Of course it ended on a pick-off. Of course before …
  • Mets mailbag: What Amazin’s 2021 rotation may look like

    Mets mailbag: What Amazin’s 2021 rotation may look like

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Mets. Realistically, what does the rotation look like next year? — @BrightApollo Of all the areas the Mets …
  • Mets’ offense explodes in dominant win over Nationals

    Mets’ offense explodes in dominant win over Nationals

    Since Jacob deGrom’s Cy Young run began in 2018, the Mets have gone 31-37 in games he’s pitched. They know how inconsequential a day’s starter can ultimately be. Revealing hours before Wednesday’s game against the Nationals that Robert Gsellman would make his first start in nearly three years, the Mets watched the right-hander surrender the …