Top 15 Freakiest MLB Injuries

In light of Yoenis Cespedes injuring his left shoulder doing push-ups prior to game four of the NLCS, here's a glimpse of the most eye-popping baseball injuries of all time.
October 23, 2015

Trot Nixon Traded to the Mets

Trot Nixon was traded to the New York Mets Friday night for a player to be named later. Nixon had spent all season with the Tucson Sidewinders, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
June 13, 2008

Top 50 Scouting Report: #1 OF Carlos Gomez

The New York Mets signed their valued outfielder as an international free agent out of the Dominican Republic in July of 2002. Since then, anticipation built about when he would make his permanent stay on the big league stage, finally making his debut in May of last season. Here is a scouting report on top prospect Carlos Gomez.
January 15, 2008

Alou Recharged for Return

Before the season started, Mets leftfielder Moises Alou was an important piece in his team's lineup. However, after injuring his hamstring on May 12th against the Milwaukee Brewers, Alou has had to work his way back into playing shape while missing a large part of the team's success.
July 26, 2007

Q&A with Lastings Milledge

It has been a turbulent year so far for the prized outfielder. An injury has slowed his progress and ability to stay at the Major League level, where many had predicted he would remain for most of 2007. Milledge sat down with Inside Pitch to discuss his road back as well as his thoughts on his current role in the organization.
July 9, 2007

MLB Power Rankings | Week 7

With interleague play once again rearing its ugly head into the baseball scene this weekend, our rankings delve into the rivalries -- or atrocities, in the case of Colorado vs. Kansas City -- to uncover some noteworthy nuggets.
May 19, 2007

Mets ink Alou

By signing outfielder Moises Alou, the Mets completed the non-pitching phase of their winter renovations, allowing the team to further focus on adding arm depth.
November 21, 2006

Reports: Mets moving forward on Alou

The Mets are reportedly moving forward with a contract offer for free agent outfielder Moises Alou, which would effectively end Cliff Floyd's stay in New York.
November 19, 2006