Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Mets.2507352245.01
NL East4th3rd1st5th
National League 9th9th1st14th

Schedule

*
Fri Feb 23
1:10 pm ET
ATL
*
Sat Feb 24
1:10 pm ET
STL
*
Sun Feb 25
1:10 pm ET
MIA
*
Mon Feb 26
1:05 pm ET
@HOU
*
Tue Feb 27
1:10 pm ET
HOU
*
Wed Feb 28
1:05 pm ET
@ATL
*
Thu Mar 1
1:10 pm ET
MIA
*
Fri Mar 2
1:10 pm ET
WAS
*
Fri Mar 2
6:05 pm ET
@HOU
*
Sat Mar 3
1:05 pm ET
@MIA

Standings

NL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Washington87-5597-65
Miami68-7477-85
Atlanta63-7972-90
New York63-7970-92
Philadelphia61-8166-96
1516123889
Mets' Adrian Gonzalez: Could be primary first baseman to begin season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gonzalez (back), who agreed to a one-year contract with the Mets over the weekend, could open the season as the team's primary first baseman, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

The 35-year-old Gonzalez was limited to just 71 games with the Dodgers last season due to recurring back problems, so he'll first need to prove that he's healthy in spring training before being thrust into any competition with Dominic Smith for a starting role. However, with Smith proving largely unimpressive during his six-week stint as the Mets' first baseman last season, it would behoove the organization to send him back to Triple-A Las Vegas for further refinement in the event Gonzalez's health holds up coming out of spring training. Though he lacks much pop at this stage of his career and could cede occasional starts at first base to Jay Bruce even if Smith opens the campaign in the minors, Gonzalez's solid contact and on-base skills may be enough to make him a decent short-term commodity in NL-only or deeper mixed formats.

Share: Twitter Facebook
1515801985
Mets' AJ Ramos: Avoids arbitration
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ramos agreed to a one-year, $9.225 million contract with the Mets on Friday, avoiding arbitration, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.

Ramos has gone from $3.4 million to $6.55 million to $9.225 million in his three years of arbitration eligibility. He struggled after being traded to the Mets last summer, especially with walks (5.7 BB/9). The Mets have talked about using a closer committee to open 2018, but Ramos is clearly behind Jeurys Familia in the pecking order, and it's easy to see him falling behind Anthony Swarzak as well.

Share: Twitter Facebook
1515797017
Mets' Hansel Robles: Avoids arbitration with Mets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Robles agreed to a one-year, $900,000 deal with the Mets on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Jon Heyman of FanRagSports.com reports.

This was his first offseason as an arbitration-eligible player. The 27-year-old reliever can be electric at times, but has yet to harness his stuff. He notched a 4.92 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 60 strikeouts in 56.2 innings. Look for him to work in middle relief for the Mets in 2018.

Share: Twitter Facebook
1515796247
Mets' Jacob deGrom: Avoids arbitration with Mets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

DeGrom agreed to a one-year, $7.4 million deal with the Mets on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Matt Ehalt of The Bergen Record reports.

He gets a significant raise from the $4.05 million he made in his first year of arbitration. The 29-year-old righty eclipsed the 200-inning mark (201.1 innings) for the first time in his career last season. For those who miss out on one of the top four starters, deGrom is an excellent consolation prize with a current NFBC ADP of 34 -- the eighth starting pitcher off the board, on average.

Share: Twitter Facebook
1515784225
Mets' Noah Syndergaard: Avoids arbitration with Mets
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Syndergaard agreed to a one-year, $2.975 million deal with the Mets on Friday, avoiding arbitration, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.

He can earn up to $3.05 million in incentives in his first year of arbitration, including a $50,000 bonus if he makes the All-Star team. Arm injuries limited him in 2017, but Syndergaard is expected to be ready to go for spring training. He has yet to eclipse the 200-inning mark as a pro, and seems unlikely to do so this year, considering he logged just 33.1 innings in 2017. However, he could offer elite production on a per-inning basis, which is why he is being drafted early in the third round of standard leagues (35.5 NFBC ADP).

Share: Twitter Facebook
 
2017 Team Leaders
AVGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.280
HRMichael Conforto , LF27
RBIMichael Conforto , LF68
OBPAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.351
SLGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.434
RJose Reyes , SS75
SBJose Reyes , SS24
WJacob deGrom , SP15
ERAJacob deGrom , SP3.53
WHIPJacob deGrom , SP1.19
KJacob deGrom , SP239
SVAJ Ramos , RP27

Latest Mets Video

More Mets