PROJECTING WHAT THE METS’ LINEUP COULD LOOK LIKE IN 2025 AND BEYOND
Up Next – Buck Showalter on 8-3 win
Up Next – Buck Showalter on 8-3 winclose
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Buck Showalter on 8-3 win
Mets vs. Marlins Highlights – Vientos, Nimmo power Mets to 8-3 win over the Marlins
Schumaker on defense, approach
Mark Vientos’ solo home run (6)
Mets vs. Marlins Highlights – Burger, Garrett lead
McNeil’s clutch go-ahead homer
Josh Bell’s RBI double
Tuesday’s MLB trade deadline was a tough pill to swallow for many Mets’ fans. The team parted with two future Hall of Fame pitchers as well as several other useful veterans, officially punting on the 2023 season, and making it so they will have a lot of work to do to be relevant in 2024, as well.
However, the organization also completely reset its farm system, bringing in as many as four Top-100 prospects and several others who could also make it to the big leagues with the Mets some day.
The biggest names brought in by the Mets include outfielders Drew Gilbert and Ryan Clifford from Houston in the Justin Verlander trade, Luisangel Acuña in the deal with the the Rangers for Max Scherzer, and Marco Vargas and Ronald Hernandez, rookie-ball players who the Mets acquired from Miami in the deal earlier this week for David Robertson.