Operation was Tuesday, the Mets say. Granderson hit three home runs in the World Series nursing a torn ligament in his left thumb.
The Mets fell short of winning the World Series in 2015, but have what it takes to get back. What must they do to return to the Fall Classic? Plus more news and notes from around Major League Baseball.
Blunt talk from the Big Hurt: 'The Mets have nothing to hold their heads down for -- except, they didn't play that well, and they gave away this World Series.'
The 2015 season has come to an end for the Mets. Now let's look back and look ahead to 2016.
Mets cleanup hitter Yoenis Cespedes fouled a pitch off his kneecap in Game 5 but was able to finish the at-bat.
There appears to be no chance that Pete Rose is reinstated by MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and his chance at the Hall of Fame seems small. That, plus more news from around Major League Baseball.
Alex Anthopoulos shockingly resigned from the Blue Jays on Thursday, believing he wasn't the right 'fit' for a Mark Shapiro-led organization in Toronto. Plus more MLB news.
With Citi Field as the venue again, the Mets try to get even by putting rookie left-hander Steven Matz on the mound against right-hander Chris Young of the Royals.
Rookie Michael Conforto plays left, and Juan Lagares is back on the bench with Yordano Ventura pitching for Kansas City. The Royals, who are benching Kendrys Morales because there's no DH at Citi Field, are otherwise the same as Games 1 and 2.
The Mets find themselves in an 0-2 hole heading back to New York. What do they need to do to win the World Series? Plus more news and notes from around Major League Baseball.

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