Take a look at what’s going on with the New York Mets and around the league in Rising Apple’s new weekly Mets Morning Bite.
Welcome to the first Mets Morning Bite. Each week, we’ll take a bite out of some of our favorite stories about the New York Mets on Rising Apple. Additionally, we’ll check in on what others are saying about the Mets and a quick look at a few other stories from around baseball.
This Week on Rising Apple
Tim Boyle took a look at four different Mets on the 2018 roster who won’t be back in 2019. There are plenty more, but these four are living on a prayer.
Jose Rivera tackles whether or not the Mets are in a World Series or bust situation. In other words, is their window for winning about to close?
Elsewhere in Mets Land
The growing Matt Harvey feud with reporters has intrigued many of us. Where does it end? Can the former star pitcher win back his fans?
Here’s a suggestion for the Mets bullpen situation. In fact, it may actually help the starting rotation out, too.
Are the Mets a team of destiny? Or was this early start just some beginner’s luck?
Know Your Enemy: NL East Happenings
The Philadelphia Phillies are playing great baseball. Is this team for real?
The Other Guys
Is Matt Harvey someone the San Diego Padres should inquire about? One writer believes so.
This Week in Mets History
Keith Hernandez drew a walk in 1987. Cleon Jones did his laundry in 1968. Daniel Murphy thought about having pizza, but had a burger instead in 2012.
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Next week I’m sure we’ll have plenty more to get to. The Mets aren’t riding nearly as high and the second month of the season has begun. Fans will either display their arrogance or smack the panic button. Which will Mets fans do?