Kallet: Reasons To Bring Reyes Back To Mets Far Outweigh The ConcernsShould the Mets bring Jose Reyes back home? I believe they should, though not at the expense of adding a more dangerous player who is a better fit.
Kallet: Many Factors Have Made Wright's Career Hard To DefineOver the last few days, pundits and fans alike have offered all kinds of thoughts on David Wright’s career and where he stands in Mets history.
Kallet: It's Looking More And More Like Wild Card Is Mets' Path To PlayoffsTerry Collins’ club is struggling to stay on its feet. The Mets are banged up, flat and lifeless.
Kallet: Banged-Up Mets Likely Will Need Alderson To Work Magic AgainThe Mets are two games behind the first-place Nationals in the NL East, but are hurting, and reinforcements aren’t exactly around the corner.
Kallet: For One Day, Mets' Harvey Was That Impressive Guy AgainThis past Thursday, two days after he was lit up by the Nationals for five runs and eight hits, I wrote that it’s hard to feel bad for Matt Harvey. And I stand by it.
Kallet: While He's At Rock-Bottom, Don't Feel Sorry For Mets' HarveyThe Mets are gutting out key wins with a depleted roster and holes all over the place, but all the talk remains centered on ... Matt Harvey.
Kallet: Mets' Colon Is Human After All, On And Off The FieldYou never hear a bad word about Bartolo Colon, never get any kind of glimpse -- positive or negative -- into his personal life. That changed on Wednesday.
Kallet: Mets Face Tall Order Against Scherzer, Gonzalez And StrasburgThe Mets can’t be feeling very inspired as they get set for the most important series of their young season, against the Nationals at Citi Field from Tuesday to Thursday.
Kallet: Incredibly, Mets' Cespedes May End Up Being Better Than Last YearIf Cespedes is launching homers off the faces of walls, drilling doubles into the gap and taking his walks, the Mets are going to score -- and most likely win. And that's exactly what's happening.
Kallet: Mets, Nationals Are The NL East Race, And It Will Be FascinatingThe Mets and the Nationals, as expected, finished April atop the standings in the NL East. Washington went 16-7; New York went 15-7.
Kallet: Once An Afterthought, Mets' Cabrera Quietly Getting Job DoneDuring the Mets' current surge, a lot of attention has been paid to many different players, with Asdrubal Cabrera going largely ignored. That's a shame.
Kallet: Conforto Paying Dividends For Mets In The 3 HoleSince the switch, New York is 4-1 and averaging 6.6 runs per game, and Conforto is 7-for-18 (.389) with two homers, five RBIs, six runs scored, three doubles and a walk.