Morning briefing: Mets leaves Mangum exposed for the Rule 5 draft


Jake Mangum, Photography by Richard Nelson


Good morning, Mets fans!

According to Anthony Dicomo of MLB.comThe New York Mets made no moves to add him to the 40-man roster before last night’s deadline, leaving players like Jake Mangum et al., shown for the upcoming Rule 5 draft. Mangum, who was drafted in the fourth round in the 2019 MLB draft, has played just 72 games this season due to a spinal injury. At 26, Mangum is pretty old for a prospect, but his defensive play could interest some teams looking to boost their depth of field.

Now in the morning briefing!

Latest Mets news

New York Mets manager Buck Showalter He was named the 2022 National League Manager of the Year and several players took to social media to congratulate him, including the shortstop. Francisco Lindor and daughter Kalina, who is arguably Buck’s biggest fan!

mets jar Max Scherzer Join New York Post contributors Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman on their podcast Discusses the Jacob DeGrumAnd the Brandon Nemothe new CBA and why he didn’t initially want to come to New York in the first place.

The Philadelphia Phillies They signed a former Mets prospect Shervin Newton. Newton was once seen as number four on the Mets prospect lists.

New York City officials have reached an agreement to build the city’s first professional soccer stadium, a $780 million project for MLS franchise NYCFC. The stadium site will be across the street from the right field pole from Citi Field and is scheduled for completion by 2027, according to The New York Times. The current plan is that the Mets will receive parking revenue during football games, and the development gives Mets owner Steve Cohen a greater chance of obtaining one of three available casino licenses, which will be located near the stadium.

According to the New York PostNew York Yankees have shown interest in free agent quarterback Brandon Nimmo.

The latest MLB news

Jeff Bassin ESPN Reports of unrest and personnel changes surrounding the World Series champion Houston Astros and their owner, Jim Crane.

Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association met Bargain minor leagueAccording to Evan Drilich of The Athletic.

Rawlings baseball Hall Of Famer and member of The Big Red Machine, Tony Perezwith a Lifetime Achievement Award.

John Morosi MLB Network Recall that the trade including the bowler Chris Flexen And a defensive player Teuscar Hernandez maybe. Both players are eligible for free agency after this next season. Because Flexen signed with Seattle after being pitched in Korea, his contract allowed him to become a free agent under Article XX(b) prior to 6 years of major league service.

Mark Vinsand The Detroit Tigers have reportedly added hitting coaches Michael Bardar, Keith Beauregard, James Rawson, and assistant coach Reuben Lund to their major league coaching staff.

MLB Player Agent and Former Major League Representative Yasiel PuigLisette Carnet divorces a statement He refuted claims that Puig bet on baseball or was accused of a crime.

The Atlanta Braves Roddery Muñoz contract selection, Braden ChiomakiAnd the Darius Vines to the major league roster, while set Silvino BrachoAnd the Guillermo Heredia And the William Woods to commission.

Robert Murray a fan This archer reports Nathan Ivaldi He turned down the qualifying Boston Red Sox offer of $19.65 million, which made him a free agent. Jeff Bassin ESPN Note that the pitcher Tyler Anderson The Los Angeles Angels agreed to a multi-year deal after also turning down a qualifying offer of the same amount from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Anderson signs for 3 years and about $39 million.

Mark Vinsand Reports also indicate that Giants outfielders Jock Pedersen and Texas pitcher Martin Perez They accepted their qualifying offers and will remain with their clubs until 2023. Pederson and Perez are the only two players to accept QO. Feinsand too reports Selected by the Toronto Blue Jays Bradley Zimmer And the Rimmel Tapia to commission.

After declining a qualifying offer from the New York Yankees, Anthony Rizzo He signs a multi-year agreement to stay in the Bronx, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Bronx the athlete. Rizzo a wage $17 million annually and an option up front also $17 million with a $6 million buyout guarantee, total $4 million guaranteed.

John Morosi MLB Network It is noted that after Tyler Anderson’s departure to the Angels, Justin Verlander To the Los Angeles Dodgers is a possibility. Verlander does not have a draft pick attached to him unlike other pitchers on the market.

Joel Sherman of New York Post Reports indicate Tampa Bay Rays trading Xavier Edwards And the JT Chargua to the Miami Marlins Santiago Suarez And the Marcus Johnson. Rays also traded Brett wisely to the San Francisco Giants, according to John Morosi MLB Network.

Chris Cotello on Tweets identified by Boston Red Sox as reliever Jake Reed to commission.

Emily Waldon baseball america She announces on Twitter that she has beaten cancer.

The latest on the MMO

Chris Bellew grades Jacob deGrom’s 2022 season is on the final edition of the Mets Report Card for 2022.

In the last episode of MMO WeeklyMike and Sal welcome back the show’s friend Jacob Resnick to talk about the Mets’ lack of interest in a pitcher Seth Lugolook what a potential trade to the Tampa Bay Rays could look like, discuss all the latest reports from free agency, and more!

On this date in Mets History

1961: Cartoonist Ray Gatto’s design was revealed to the public when the New York Mets released their logo, a New York skyline inside a baseball, with a bridge and Mets text in front of the design.

birthdays: John Ray (33), Mark Corey (48), Dwight Gooden (58), Don Han (74), Leon Brown (74)



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