New York Mets

3rd NL East | 53-46
  • Batting Avg
    .237 AVG
  • Runs
    367 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.30 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    88 HR
  • Video: Matt Cain launches a three-run home run
    HardballTalk3 hours ago

    Video: Matt Cain launches a three-run home run

    Madison Bumgarner isn’t the only Giants pitcher who can rake. Matt Cain crushed a three-run home run during Tuesday’s game against the Giants. Cain stepped to the plate with runners on the corner and one out against Reds starter Cody Reed in the bottom of the second inning. Reed threw a 1-1 fastball down the middle and Cain hit it about 20 rows back in the left field seats. It’s Cain’s first homer of the season, his first since 2012, and the seventh of his 12-year career. He still has some work to catch up to Bumgarner, who has two homers this year and 13 in his career. On the pitching side of things, Cain got the win against the Reds on Tuesday night, giving up four runs on six hits and a walk

  • SNY2 hours ago

    Will Neil Walker be worth a $16.7M qualifying offer?

    According to ESPN's Buster Olney, MLB estimates that the 2017 qualifying offer will be priced at $16.7 million, up $900,000 from last year. Neil Walker, Bartolo Colon, Alejandro De Aza and Jerry Blevins are all free agents at the end of this season and can be made a qualifying offers from the Mets. Matthew Cerrone | Snapchat | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | About Me The debate for the Mets will be about Walker, who should be able to get a deal at least similar to the three-year Daniel Murphy signed in Washington last winter. In that case, I assume the Mets will handle Walker the same way they handled Murphy last year, offering him the $16.7 million, one-year qualifying offer in hopes that he