Joel Sherman

The Archive

Injured ex-Mets star could sign with new team after MLB draft

Once the draft concludes, the draft-pick compensation tied to Conforto because the Mets made him the qualifying offer vanishes.

Aaron Judge's doubters have nothing to say now -- even his boss

Five weeks into the season, Aaron Judge has played so loudly that what is the Yankees’ choice but silence — unless it is capitulation?

The trade deadline prizes who could be pried away from baseball’s biggest bummers

How baseball’s biggest disappointments could shake up the trade deadline this sunmmer.

How the Yankees stopped being a 'one-trick pony'

One turn of phrase particularly resonated when it came to discussing the subject du jour — the 2022 club’s early success.

Aaron Judge's arbitration showdown with Yankees is last

The Yankees and Aaron Judge still have six weeks to at least work out a one-year contract and avoid arbitration.

Upgraded Mets better poised to fulfill their promise

The Mets’ splurge of offseason additions has improved the depth, versatility and skill of the roster.

The unconventional strategy Mets should be pushing for to fix pitching depth

So why can’t the Mets make a deal with any of the at least half-dozen teams whose magic number has pretty much already expired?

How to think now about the Mets’ controversial Jarred Kelenic trade

The concerns surrounding Jarred Kelenic’s outlook could numb the sting of a trade not many thought the Mets should have made.

Mets' Robinson Cano cut an all-in move by an all-in owner

If Steve Cohen was willing to have a $37 million lunch to maximize each roster spot in May with a first-place team, then everyone should be on red alert.

Mets should make serious push to keep this new addition long term

Chris Bassitt was acquired by the Mets to provide quality innings and he has been more than that. He has been Max Scherzer.