ICYMI in Mets Land: Breaking down Michael Conforto's HBP and Taijuan Walker's start

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Michael Conforto hit by pitch in Mets home opener
Michael Conforto hit by pitch in Mets home opener

With a day off following Thursday's wild Mets' victory over the Marlins, there was still plenty to discuss regarding Michael Conforto's game-ending hit-by-pitch.

Here's what happened in Mets Land, in case you missed it...

- 24 hours may have passed, but the ending of Thursday's game against Miami was still the talk of the town.

- The SportsNite crew broke down what they saw and discussed whether or not they'd see something like this again.

- As did Keith Hernandez on Shea Anything, along with Terry Collins on Baseball Night in New York.

- Collins also broke down the Mets' decision to pull Jacob deGrom after six innings in Monday's opener.

- Meanwhile, a look at how the Mets' front office risk management strategy is already paying dividends.

- The Mets have reportedly set a date to unveil Tom Seaver's statue outside Citi Field.

- Taijuan Walker's increased velocity as a good sign following his first start.