Kallet: Cespedes Deal Represents Significant Step Forward By MetsIn late October, I wrote that I understood why Mets general manager Sandy Alderson might be wary of breaking the bank for Yoenis Cespedes. Predictably, I was ridiculed to no end by loyal Cespedes fans.
Kallet: How Long Can Mets Be Expected To Have Faith In D'Arnaud?Next season could end up being a make-or-break campaign for Travis d’Arnaud, who will turn 28 during spring training.
Kallet: Neil Walker's Return A Big Deal For 2017 MetsLast week, Neil Walker accepted the Mets’ $17.2 million qualifying offer, deciding to return to New York on a one-year deal instead of testing the open market in free agency.
Kallet: Bartolo Colon Was A Great Met, But It Was Time To Move OnSo with Yoenis Cespedes and Neil Walker to pay — as well as other free agents/trade targets whom Alderson might want to explore — spending $12.5 million on an insurance policy was not in the least bit worth it.
Kallet: Cubs-Indians World Series Was A Victory For BaseballAs far as I’m concerned, no Fall Classic in at least the past 30 years captured the nation’s attention as much as this one.
Kallet: Mets Should Feel Some Apprehension About Re-Signing CespedesYes, I’m still for the Mets re-signing Cespedes. But I must admit that I’m no longer convinced that it’s a no-brainer. It’s not as clear cut of a decision as it may seem.
Kallet: Cubs Face Extreme Pressure To Finish The JobThey deserve tons of credit for ending the 71-year pennant curse, but finally ending the 108-year World Series drought is in an entirely different stratosphere.
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.
Kallet: Bumgarner Is A Monster, But Mets Will Find A WayThis is it. Win or go home. Or, in the Mets’ case, lose and stay home.
Kallet: Sorrowful Night In Miami Might Have Been What Everyone NeededThe Marlins beat the Mets on a night when the final score won’t be remembered, but everything else will be.
Kallet: Mets Desperately Need Matz, Bruce To Get Their Acts In GearAs the regular season winds down, the Mets' playoff fate may very well come down to two players: Steven Matz and Jay Bruce.
Kallet: Mets Getting Healthier And Have Schedule To Die For Down StretchAfter their series against the Nationals concludes, the Mets will have 16 regular season games left, all against sub-.500 teams.

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