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Friday, December 30, 2022

Jeff McNeil Autographed Bat


Take your collection of New York Mets memorabilia to the next level by adding this Black Rawlings Pro Bat autographed by Jeff McNeil. Whether displayed in your home or office, it's the perfect way to highlight your passion for the New York Mets for years to come.

  • Product ID: 5251840
  • Includes an individually numbered, tamper-evident hologram
  • Hand-signed autograph
  • Signature may vary
  • Obtained under the auspices of the Major League Baseball Authentication Program and can be verified by its numbered hologram at
  • Officially licensed
  • Brand: Fanatics Authentic
  • Memorabilia and Collectible items have a 30-day return policy. Orders cannot be returned or refunded after 30 days.
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Thursday, December 29, 2022

Ep. 80 The Curious Case of Carlos Correa


After shocking the baseball world by swooping in to sign Carlos Correa after his reported deal with San Francisco fell through, the Mets are at a similar impasse with the star shortstop over his medical records. Will a deal get done? If so, what will it look like? If not, where do the Mets go from here? John and Ibby talk about all of it this week on 'Til Mets Do Us Part! Remember to subscribe and turn notifications on, so you never miss an episode!

Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Brett Baty New York Mets Autographed 2019 Bowman Chrome Draft 1st Bowman Card


Collect one of the most exciting MLB players with this Brett Baty autographed 2019 Bowman Chrome Draft 1st Bowman Card #BDC-39 Beckett Fanatics Witnessed Authenticated Card. This eye-catching card features a striking design highlighting the New York Mets star and an authenticated signature. With the impact Brett Baty is making on the game, this card is a must-have for any serious MLB collectors.

Now for a $120 do you take a gamble on this card? Does the Correa deal get squashed and Batty still the 3rd baseman of the future? If you want it, you can find it on

Tuesday, December 27, 2022

I don't know how to feel about the Correa signing.


I remember the other night that when I saw that the Giants balked at Correa's physical and I was like "Woah. I never heard of this before on such a big deal." Then I hear that the Mets signed him. I had know idea how to feel about the deal. Yeah it was great that a player like that then slipped to the Mets but what did San Francisco see in the reports/physical? Why did Boras slide to the Mets to get it done so quickly? I was watching so many peeps on Twitter jumping up and down in joy about the deal and what did I feel? I felt nothing. I was trying to think is it because I have I been broken by previous Mets luck with signings? Maybe I am just used to the other shoe dropping? Maybe I just don't know how to act with the Mets making multiple big league signings? Who knows?

How do you guys feel?

Monday, December 26, 2022

New York Mets Mitchell & Ness Colorblocked Fleece Pullover Hoodie


ocus attention on your New York Mets fandom by sporting this Colorblocked hoodie from Mitchell & Ness. Its simple and sweet look and embroidered New York Mets logo effortlessly display your team fandom, while its integrated fleece lining offers an added layer of comfort. Plus, its two pockets make for convenient small-item storage, so you can cheer on your favorites and remain hands-free.

If you want to look like you are wearing a super hero outfit for $70 you can grab this on

Saturday, December 24, 2022

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Friday, December 23, 2022

Some MLB owners upset at Mets spending


I have been seeing stories in various publications that some MLB Owners are getting annoyed at the spending that Steve Cohen is doing this off season. That it's not fair that teams can't be competitive with the Mets spending. Man, that sure sucks for them. What about the team owners that don't spend the money from the central fund or cable deals back into the teams instead of their pockets. Now don't get me wrong, I think the money that is getting tossed around by owners to players is totally insane. It's not just the Mets spending absurd amounts of money to restock their teams. If you can't afford to own a MLB team then don't own one.

You might be able to buy a Lamborghini but if you don't have the money for insurance, DMV fees, and maintenance then maybe you shouldn't own one.

Was Steve Cohen Wearing this shirt in Hawaii?


Light up any New York Mets watch party with this Bahama Coast Luminescent Fronds camp shirt from Tommy Bahama. It features team embroidered graphics over a striking tropical pattern and IslandZone fabric to wick away moisture for extra comfort. The full-button front gives this top an easy-going look, ready for kicking back and watching the New York Mets win.
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Was Steve Cohen wearing this in Hawaii while making the Correa deal?

Thursday, December 22, 2022




FLUSHING, N.Y., December 22, 2022 – The New York Mets announced today that the club has signed catcher Omar Narváez to a one-year contract with a player option for 2024. 


Narváez, 30, spent the last three seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers. The left-handed hitter owns a career mark .268/.345/.406 hitter against right-handers. Narváez hit a career-high 22 homers and had a career-high .813 OPS for the Mariners in 2019.


“We are excited to bring Omar to New York,” said Mets General Manager Billy Eppler. “Omar has contact ability and solid approach at the plate, and his left-handed bat fits our roster well. Additionally, the defensive skill and experience he brings behind the plate will be great additions for the Mets and our pitching staff.”


The 5-11, 240-pounder was an All-Star in 2021, finishing the year with a .266/.342/.402 slashline with 11 home runs and 49 RBI in 123 games. Narváez batted .206/.292/.305 in 84 games last season, compiling 21 runs, 12 doubles, one triple, four home runs, 23 RBI and 29 walks. According to Baseball Savant he ranked seventh in the majors last year in framing pitches.


Over his seven-year major league career, he has hit .258/.343/.386 with 212 runs, 76 doubles, two triples, 51 home runs, 191 RBI, 223 walks and a .728 OPS in 600 career games with the White Sox, Mariners and Brewers.


The Venezuelan native was originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the White Sox.

Mets Trade McCann




FLUSHING, N.Y., December 21, 2022 – The New York Mets announced today that the club has traded catcher James McCann and cash considerations to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for a player to be named later.


McCann was signed to a four-year contract prior to the 2021 season. In his two-year stint with the Mets, he hit .220/.282/.328 with 13 home runs and 64 RBI in 182 games with the club.

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Old Grouch’s take on Correa signing


Good morning, 

Please forward to the Mets front office and Mr. Cohen. Thank you.

I guess I should be happy. But this does not feel right. It feels unseemly and might destroy Baseball. How can smaller markets compete? Why should their fans buy tickets or watch? If I was a fan in a small market I would  move on to a sport with a salary cap. 

I waited a very long time for the Mets to be the top team in New York. But this is not the lovable Mets. This is just a rich man just trying to get his way like Bezos or Musk. Who wants to root for that? 

I appreciate Mr. Cohen but I think he is misguided. The other teams are his partners not competitors. Why would other teams fans buy tickets when Mr. Cohen has made the playing field lopsided for the Mets?

They call it the Cohen tax. The next union contract they will call it the Cohen salary cap. 

Thank you for reading,
Old Grouch

Goon here- my only comment about this email is about the Owners being partners and not competitors. The other owners even small market teams make good money from the central fund and television deals. There are someone owners that have money but don’t field a competing team. That’s not good for the sport.

I like the fact that the Mets are finally making that extra move to go over the top unlike the previous regime which always needed that one extra player to put them over the edge. I just don’t know if this is overkill. Old Grouch is right though, let’s see how this team gels.

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

New York Mets 12'' x 16'' Framed Neon Player Print - Black


Combine your love for the New York Mets with your love for stunning art with this 12'' x 16'' Framed Neon Player Print. The print showcases your team spirit while also creating a gorgeous print that will leave your guests speechless. It is the perfect addition of décor for any home or fan cave.


I have to say that I really like the updated look of the neon pitcher here. I do think if the Mets do anything with neon that they update like this.

Monday, December 19, 2022






FLUSHING, N.Y., December 19, 2022 – The New York Mets announced today that Lawrence J. (LJ) Nassivera has been named Vice President of Transportation Strategies. Nassivera will oversee the development of transportation solutions designed to improve mobility, efficiency and safety at Citi Field. He will collaborate with internal and external groups to identify and implement new programs for an improved fan experience with a focus on increasing mass transit usage.


“LJ’s connection to New York extends well beyond his knowledge of the city’s transportation systems,” Mets President Sandy Alderson said. “He also understands the Mets and our fans. LJ and his team will work to make a trip to Citi Field much more seamless.”


Nassivera joins the Mets from Arup, a leading global planning and engineering firm, where he delivered and led multi-disciplinary planning & engineering projects with partner agencies, including the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and the New York City Council. He spent nearly 20 years in Arup’s New York office, including the last five as an Associate and leader of the Transportation, Logistics, and Urban Planning team.


“I’m grateful for the opportunity to support the most passionate fans in baseball,” Nassivera said. “Using my deep knowledge of New York City transportation, I will help develop a streamlined process to ease congestion, improve access to all transportation modes and minimize frustration so fans can spend more time at Citi Field cheering on the Mets.”


Nassivera earned his M.S. in Transportation Planning and Engineering from Polytechnic University Brooklyn and his B.A. in Geography with a cognate in Urban Planning from the University of South Carolina.

QBC22 - Signed Items For Sale

 Hey everyone

We have a bunch of signed items from our guests at this year's QBC.  These make perfect holiday gifts for the Mets fan in your life.  Or make perfect additions to your own collection.

All signatures are guaranteed to pass any authentication.

Signed ROMLB balls:
Bartolo Colon - $69 each
RA Dickey - $49 each
Howard Johnson - $25 each 
Signed 5x7 photos
Bartolo Colon - $20
RA Dickey - $20
Howard Johnson - $10
Signed All Star Game Ballots
Bartolo Colon 2005 ASG (his final ASG) - $20
RA Dickey 2012 ASG (his only ASG) - $20
Prices do not include shipping
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Sunday, December 18, 2022

Mets BBQ set


This Baseball BBQ 12'' Silver Slugger Combo Set is guaranteed to add plenty of flair to all of your New York Mets parties. This set comes equipped with all of the accessories needed to get the party off on the right foot. Complete with a laser-engraved New York Mets logo, you'll have plenty of team spirit when you are watching your team win the big game!

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I kind of like the Baseball bat handles and the home plate cutting board look of this.

Friday, December 16, 2022

Citi Field Construction


SNY checks on the Citi Field construction.

The Mets Pod: Mets keep shopping, Brandon Nimmo, Kodai Senga, and David Robertson in the fold


Connor Rogers and Joe DeMayo return with Episode 40 of The Mets Pod, as Brandon Nimmo returns to the Mets, and the team continues shopping with Kodai Senga and David Robertson starring as the latest new additions. Connor and Joe break down all the moves and the contracts, and discuss what to expect from the unknown when it comes to Senga. The guys also look ahead to the rest of the offseason, and the ways that the Mets can get creative to fill their remaining holes. Finally, the Mailbag gets a deep dive with questions about a path to the Mets for Shohei Ohtani, the noise around Carlos Correa, the departure of Chris Bassitt, and other potential players to look for as possibilities to fortify the offense. Be sure to subscribe to The Mets Pod at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. About The Mets Pod: Subscribe below to the The Mets Pod to hear Connor Rogers and Joe DeMayo talk New York Mets all season long! Apple: Spotify: Connor Rogers and Joe DeMayo bring you The Mets Pod, a podcast dedicated to all things New York Mets! SNY’s signature Mets podcast is a weekly show out every Tuesday that delivers everything a Mets fan wants to hear about the team from Queens, including news, analysis, exclusive interviews, special guests, and more! 0:00 Welcome to the show 1:23 Brandon Nimmo is back 8:00 David Robertson and the bullpen 11:30 Billy Eppler closing deals 15:38 Kodai Senga 23:47 Favorite move of the offseason so far 28:31 Mailbag: Blueprint for Shohei Ohtani being a Met? 34:27 Mailbag: Carlos Correa Rumblings? 37:05 Mailbag: Why didn't the Mets keep Chris Bassitt? 40:43 Mailbag: What hitter should the Mets round out the lineup with? Watch More: Subscribe to get the latest from SNY here:

Thursday, December 15, 2022

Till Mets Do Us Part :Ep. 78 Hell Hath No Fury Like a Cohen Scorned


Welp. As if last week wasn't exciting enough, Steve Cohen decided boldly go where no one has ever gone before, as the Mets' payroll is officially the highest in the history of Major League Baseball. With the signings of Nimmo, Robertson & Japanese star Kodai Senga, Cohen will be responsible for nearly $350 million in salary for 2023, plus a steep luxury tax bill that will take it over $400 million! And... they... may... not... be... done... yet! For everyone who lived thru the Wilpon ownership, this is an incredible feeling. John & Ibby give their thoughts, break down the signings an talk about what could happen next for our New York Mets! Remember to subscribe and turn notifications on, so you never miss an episode of 'Til Mets Do Us Part!








                        As part of their MetsGiving initiatives, the Mets will host 125 students from five local Title 1 schools in Queens for the annual Kids Holiday Party at Citi Field on December 15 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The party will include lunch, games, holiday performances and a gift giveaway.


                       Manager Buck Showalter, OF Brandon Nimmo, DH Daniel Vogelbach, Todd Zeile and Mr. and Mrs. Met will be handing out presents to the children and participate in the festivities.Children’s holiday performances begin at 11:30 a.m.

Santa and players will arrive at 12:00 p.m.



Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Pete Alonso Autographed draft card


Collect one of the most exciting MLB players with this Pete Alonso autographed 2016 Bowman Draft #BD-92 Beckett Fanatics Witnessed Authenticated Card. This eye-catching card features a striking design highlighting the New York Mets star and an authenticated signature. With the impact Pete Alonso is making on the game, this card is a must-have for any serious MLB collectors.

$250 on

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Mets Away Scherzer Replica Jersey


I went to Dick’s Sporting Goods At Roosevelt Field yesterday and I noticed they were selling replica away jerseys.  You almost never see away jerseys being sold at retail. I saw home, road, blue alt, but no black jerseys. I asked one of the associates if they had any black jerseys or sold any. They said they had them during the season but they didn’t sell well and didn’t restock them. 

I thought folks wanted them back and were ready to by them? Anyone have sales figures on the Mets jerseys from last season?