Brian Cole | Photo By: Keith Torrie/NY Daily News via Getty Images Revisiting the tragically short career of Brian Cole. In 2003, Jose Reyes would make his major league debut and would quickly establish himself as one of the most dynamic players in baseball, a fan favorite, and one of the faces of the team.
When the projection series started back in January, it was unlikely that one would have been done for Michael Wacha, who seemed likely to get most of his work done in 2020 pitching long relief out of the pen.
An MMO Fan Shot by Steven Colasanto I love the Mets so much and I owe it all to my dad, but not in the way you would think. After he died tragically in 1996, I was devastated and wasn’t really handling it as well as my older brothers and sisters.
On March 30 in 2001, Mets’ prospect Brian Cole tragically passed away in a car accident. Here’s a post by Joe D. from 2016 remembering the potential star. So one of my writers sent me a link to Baseball America asking me to check out last week’s Ask BA feature.
In the latest episode of Simply Amazin’, Tim is joined by Jacob Resnick of Metsmerized and Mets Minors to discuss the COVID-19 agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players’ Association, as well as what this means for the future of the game — the minor league players and upcoming potential draftees.
We are moving closer to crowning the biggest villain among Mets fans. Typically, March is one of the best sports months of the year. The NHL and NBA seasons are reaching their conclusion with teams battling for their postseason lives, NFL free agency is beginning, MLB Opening Day is right around the corner, and March Madness is in full swing!
While we still don’t have much of an idea as to when the New York Mets and the rest of Major League Baseball will actually get to start the 2020 regular season, we can at least hope it’ll happen at some point.
A life without baseball is one I don’t think anyone expected, at least not in this fashion. Thursday was supposed to be Opening Day and on Sunday, the Mets were supposed to be wrapping up their first series of the new campaign.
Three weeks ago, an article was published at this site comparing Amed Rosario to other young shortstops. Gus identified Xander Bogaerts as a potential comp for Rosario, which would be a wonderful thing if it turned out to be the case.