Former Met Pitching Coach Dave Eiland to Lead Lexington Legends’ Staff


Eiland’s tutelage helped lead the Kansas City Royals and the New York Yankees to World Series Crowns in 2015 and 2009, respectively.

Mets Add Former Player Matt den Dekker as Minor League Outfield/Baserunning Coordinator


den Dekker last suited up as a professional player for the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB) in 2019. With the Dicks, he batted .268 with two homers, 12 RBI, 18 runs, and 12 doubles in 29 games.

Gastonia Honey Hunters Dub Ex-Met Mauro Gozzo as First Manager


Gozzo, 54, joined the Toronto Blue Jays, where he made his Major League debut in 1989. His six-year big league career included pitching for the Cleveland Indians (1990-91), Minnesota Twins, (1992). Also, he rejoined the Mets from 1993-94. Over the course of his 48 Major League appearances, Gozzo owns a 7-7 record in 124 innings pitched.

West Point, UK Pitcher Cam Opp Inks Minor League Deal with Mets


Opp, a United Kingdom native who attended West Point, and has pitched for the British national team, recorded a team-low 2.66 ERA to go along with his 5-2 record.

Ex-Cyclone Ali Sanchez Makes His MLB Debut Versus Nationals


The 23-year-old Venezuela native is known for his defensive prowess behind the dish, throwing out 39 of 84 (46.4 percent) of runners who attempted to steal while with the Columbia Fireflies, New York's full-season Single-A affiliate in the South Atlantic League, in 2018. He also hit .259 and drove in 22 RBI.

Mets Pitcher David Peterson Proves He Belongs in MLB Debut Win Over Boston


New York Mets pitcher David Peterson tossed 5 2/3 innings of two-run ball, allowing seven hits and two walks with three strikeouts in his MLB debut, an 8-3 victory against the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night at Fenway Park.

Mets’ David Peterson to Make MLB Debut Tonight Against Boston


Peterson struggled for the first three months of last year with Double-A Binghamton but finished strong with a 3-6 record and a 4.19 ERA in 116 innings of work in 24 games. Furthermore, the southpaw pitched well in the hitter-friendly Arizona Fall League, as well as Spring Training and Summer Camp with the Mets.