Monday Dec 2
Amazin' Ten of 2013: #4 - April 19
When the 2013 New York Mets season began, Matt Harvey was the team's #2 starter, missing out on the top spot to the more-established Jonathon Niese .
Source: RHP Arroyo, Mets GM plan to meet
New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson plans to meet with right-hander Bronson Arroyo at the free-agent pitcher's Tampa, Fla., home during the upcoming week, a baseball source told ESPNNewYork.com.
Amazin' Ten of 2013: #5 - May 30
Matt Harvey may have grabbed the headlines, Zack Wheeler may have been this year's WA1 4nderkind, and Jonathon Niese may be the lefty that give the rotation some variety, but lost under all of that is the dependability of a fourth starter who pitches like a second or third.
The First "Big" Hot Stove Day & Thoughts on Arroyo
Today was a relatively big hot stove day. Carlos Ruiz signed a three year deal with the Phillies and everyone laughed at Ruben Amaro , Jr. Tim Hudson signed a two year deal with the Giants , and it was reported that the Yankees are interested in Jhonny Peralta .
Mets Should Pass on Bronson Arroyo
According to pretty much every report that has come out since the end of the regular season, free agent starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo is likely to receive a three year deal for roughly $36 million dollars.
John Harper Opines on Potential Mets Trades
In today's daily news, columnist John Harper puts together five trade scenarios he thinks the Mets should look into this offseason.
Scott Kazmir Could be Mets' Best Free Agent Starting Pitching Option
The Mets are rumored to be in the market for starting rotation reinforcements this winter.