Mets Morning News August 2, 2022

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A day after dropping 19 hits in Miami, the Mets had 13 hits en route to a 7-3 victory over the Nationals. Unlike Sunday’s homeless game, the Mets hit two home runs, including a Pete Alonso solo shot in the third and a Francisco Lindor three-pointer in the sixth, which gave the team some breathing room. Brandon Nimmo also had four hits in the win. Max Scherzer was not at his best but threw 6 23 effective innings as he took victory #197, helping the Mets win their seventh straight in the process.

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Lindor discussed fear he felt during his fight against Steve Cishek, who hit him in the helmet earlier this season. Lindor overcame his fear and ended up homerunning Cishek.

Scherzer evaluated his team following the victory.

Before the game, a few members of the Mets visited the Pentagon and met with military service members.

Travis Jankowski has been claimed by the Seattle Mets… uh…sailors. Seamen also signed former Met Jonathan Villar to a minor league contract.

Happy ‘Jacob deGrom’s first major league start in over a year’ day to all those celebrating. Here is all you need to know on the return of the ace today.

Buck Showalter Talk about on whether he expects deGrom to rest regularly after his return. The team as a whole seems uncertain to know if he can do it.

Dominique Smith could start rehab assignment soon, although his place on the roster is complicated given the acquisition of Daniel Vogelbach.

In Tim Britton’s latest This Week In Mets articlehe wondered what the team’s recent string of success at the trade deadline means to them.

Anthony DiComo describes four potential trades for the team before today’s deadline.

David Lennon thinks the Mets should be all-in at the deadline.

With the wrestler market shrinking, the Mets focus on Cubs backstop Willson Contreras.

Dishes are looking for a reliever and are interested in both Andrew Chafin and former farmhand Michael Fulmer of the tigers.

RJ Alvarez waivers erased and was squarely at Triple-A Syracuse.

While the Mets have signed most of their draft picks, they did not sign third-round pick Brandon Sproat, as well as their 15th-round pick Jackson Jaha and 19th-round pick Jackson Lovich. They will receive a compensatory choice for Sprat.

Around the National League East

The brave picked up Ehire Adrianza from Washington in exchange for Trey Harris. As a corresponding move, they designated Robinson Canó for assignment.

Atlanta caused a stir from the inside, signing All Star third baseman Austin Riley at a 10-year, $212 million contract so he could plague the Mets for years to come.

Atlanta acquired Houston’s Jake Odorizzi in exchange for reliever Will Smith. They picked up too Robbie Grossman from Detroit in exchange for Kris Anglin.

The Braves, as well as the Phillies and the blue jaysare on former Met Noah Syndergaard, which is likely to be exchanged today.

The marlins fell 3-1 to Reds.

Before the game, Miami reinstated Jesus Luzardo and designated Jake Fishman for assignment. They also retained the contract of Aneurys Zabala.

The name of Juan Soto remains the big topic of discussion at the deadline. The Cardinals appear unwilling to part with both Dylan Carlson and a potential trade, which could hamper their ability to acquire the star outfielder.

Anyway, St. Louis remains one of the precursors to disembark Soto, alongside the Dodgers and fathers.

The Dodgers are also interested in the Marlins’ right-hander, Pablo Lopez.

Around Major League Baseball

Keith’s Law shared his top 50 MLB prospects, which included three Mets.

Fangraphs’ Jay Jaffe reviewed replacement level killers at DH.

The MLB Trade Deadline heated up on Monday, and perhaps the biggest trade was the fathers pick up closer star Josh Hader from Brewers. They separated from a important transportation in order to acquire the left-handed reliever.

Brewers President of Baseball Operations David Stearns released a statement on why the club traded their All Star closer amid a pennant race.

Need a reliever following the move, Milwaukee picked up reliever Matt Bush Rangers in exchange for infielder Mark Mathias.

The Astros were busy yesterday to acquire Trey Mancini from Orioles and Christian Vazquez from Red Sox. Both players were on the Mets radar.

The Mancini deal turned out to be a threesomewhile Baltimore received Seth Johnson and Chayce McDermott, Houston acquired Mancini and Jayden Murray, and Tampa Bay scored Jose Siri.

Boston wasn’t made there, to acquire outfielder Tommy Pham of Cincinnati for a player to be named later and send Jake Diekman to White socks in exchange for receiver Reese McGuire.

After missing Luis Castillo, the Yankees exchange against Athletics‘ace Frankie Montas, as well as closer Lou Trivino, in exchange for a set of four prospects, including the Yankees’ number five prospect.

The Yankees were just getting started, as they picked up rookie reliever Scott Effross of the Cubs in exchange for Hayden Wesneski, the seventh ranked perspective in their system.

The Bronx Bombers also made an offer to angels for Shohei Ohtani, but it looks like he’ll stay where he is for now.

The Yankees are likely to trade Interest-raising Joey Gallo ahead of today’s deadline.

The Cardinals picked up starter Jose Quintana and reliever Chris Stratton from the pirate in exchange against Johan Oviedo and Malcolm Nunez.

The Rays acquired Garrett Cleavinger from Dodgers in exchange against German Tapia.

The Royals sent Emmanuel Rivera to Diamondbacks in exchange against Luke Weaver.

Saint Louis designated Austin Romine for an assignment with Yadier Molina is expected to return.

Caleb Smith of the Diamondbacks fractured his right hand “hit something he shouldn’t have hit” according to skipper Torey Lovullo.

tigers Scuba Pull Starter left his departure last night with “left forearm fatigue”.

Aaron Judge hit home run No. 43 as the Yankees knocked down the sailors 7-2.

The Guardians left the Diamondbacks 6-5 in 11 innings.

The Twins also won by walk-off, beating the tigers 5-3 in 10 innings.

The Orioles easily handle the Rangers 7-2.

The Red Sox won 3-2 against the Astros after trading with them.

The Royals pressed by the White socks 2-1.

The fathers won 4-1 against the rockies.

The Dodgers beat the giants 8-2 to send San Francisco below .500.

Yesterday at Amazing Avenue

Allison McCague brought us the post player and pitcher meters for the week.

I previewed the team’s series against the Nationals.

On From Complex to Queens Episode 181the crew analyzed the signing project and commercial deadlines.

This date in Mets history

On this date in 2015, the Mets completed a sweep of the Nationals to tie for first place in Eastern Newfoundland and cap off an exciting weekend at Citi Field. Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy and Lucas Duda homered in the third inning to lead New York past Washington.

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