Mets Picking Up Option On Jose ReyesThe Mets only had to pay him the prorated league minimum this past season and will owe him just the $507,500 minimum next year.
Tebow Has Rough First Week In Arizona Fall LeagueTim Tebow may have homered on the first pitch he saw in the instructional league, but it's been all downhill since.
Report: Mets' Collins Says 2017 Could Be His Final SeasonCollins, who at 67 is the oldest manager in Major League Baseball, cited the physical demands of the job as the main reason he's considering calling it a career.
Keidel: It's A Trying Time For NYC-Area Sports FansIf it's any indication of the NYC area sports scene, WFAN's Boomer & Carton were talking Yale soccer Wednesday morning.
Tebow Works Out For First Time In Arizona Fall LeagueTim Tebow hit a ball through the left side of the infield, looped another to the same area. He fouled off a pitch and sent a grounder the other way.
Palladino: Mets Can’t Do Without Familia and Cespedes In 2017Whatever else happens at the start of the free agent period, the winter meetings and beyond, two Mets who disappointed in Wednesday night's wild-card loss must return: Yoenis Cespedes and Jeurys Familia.
Silverman: Cubs' 'Curse' Became A Thing When '69 Mets Ran Them DownCubs fans have a long and deep pessimistic streak, and their fears are being fanned by the 108-year slump since their last World Series title. The Mets have had a big hand in that.
Kallet: Mets' Wild Card Loss Makes 2015 World Series All The More InfuriatingWednesday night was brutal. Horrible. Painful. From start to finish, with every pitch and every at-bat, it was absolutely excruciating -- for many reasons beyond the obvious.
Francesa: Bumgarner's Performance Vs. Mets Was 'Magic'WFAN's Mike Francesa opened his show Thursday by discussing Madison Bumgarner's dominating pitching performance that helped the Giants defeat the Mets in Wednesday night's National League wild-card game.
Report: Cespedes Has Told Some People He Won't Be Back With MetsThere has been speculation that Cespedes could be offered a $200 million contract on the open market.
For Banged-Up Mets, Just Reaching Playoffs Was A TriumphIn a season when MRIs were discussed more often than ERAs, not even seven shutout innings from Noah Syndergaard was enough, given the decimated offense for the defending NL champions.
Chatelain: Familia, Cespedes Come Up Small When Mets Need Them MostMaybe now Terry Collins remembers why Matt Harvey was able to talk his way into staying in Game 5 of last year’s World Series.