Terry Collins got a lot of help in 2015 -- notably from Yoenis Cespedes and the Washington Nationals -- but he also had the most interference of any manager in MLB. He took it all on and did the job better than anyone else.
The odds are that the Dodgers, with their seemingly limitless coffers, will reel in one of the top two free-agent pitchers. That, plus more notes from the GM meetings in this installment of Inside Baseball.
Mike Moustakas, Jeremy Guthrie and Drew Butera joined Stonestreet -- a Kansas City native and longtime Royals fan -- as Kimmel pays a bet he lost because the Mets lost the World Series.
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.'
Mets fell in five games to the Royals, but some fans at Citi Field asked the losing team for a curtain call after the final out.
The 2015 season has come to an end for the Mets. Now let's look back and look ahead to 2016.
The Royals never give up and never stop coming. Now they're World Series champions after another stunning rally in Game 5.
Terry Collins made a mistake by listening to Matt Harvey and it may have cost the Mets a chance to extend the World Series.
Royals were down two runs heading to ninth, but Hosmer's double brought in one run and his baserunning tied the score, ruining (for the moment) what had been a storybook for Matt Harvey.

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