A day after acquiring Nelson Cruz, Tampa Bay dealt 41-year-old left-hander Hill to New York. Who got the best of this move?
Here's our report card for every big move as the July 30 deadline approaches.
The New York Mets acquired left-handed starting pitcher Rich Hill from the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday.
July 30 is approaching fast. Here's the freshest intel we're hearing, reaction to completed deals and what to know for every team.
Jeff Passan ESPN
The New York Mets are finalizing a deal to acquire starter Rich Hill from the Tampa Bay Rays, sources tell ESPN. @ByRobertMurray was on the news. Reliever Tommy Hunter and AA catcher Matt Dyer are headed back to the Rays, sources confirm to ESPN. @Joelsherman1 had the return.
The trade deadline presents a conundrum for teams on the playoff bubble. Here's how our experts ranked them after Week 15.
The New York Mets traded outfielder Billy McKinney to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday for minor league outfielder Carlos Rincon and cash.
— Marcus Stroman pitched one-hit ball for eight innings, Dominic Smith launched a grand slam and the New York Mets cruised to a 7-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday.
— Joey Votto and Aristides Aquino homered on consecutive pitches, Wade Miley worked effectively into the seventh inning and the Cincinnati Reds snapped a four-game losing streak Tuesday night with a 4-3 win over the New York Mets.
Passan: Teams looking to add, the biggest stars available and one name who could rock the MLB trade deadline
Trade season is officially underway for front offices across baseball. Here's what could go down in the 10 days before 4 p.m. ET on July 30.
One month into the no-more-sticky-stuff era, here are the teams it's helping and hurting, and what's next.
For stars on struggling teams, July is a pivotal month when they find out whether or not they're staying put. Here's how they deal with being in the dark.
— Jeff McNeil hit a tiebreaking single in the 11th inning, Kevin Pillar added a three-run homer and the New York Mets went deep seven times Monday night to pull out a wild 15-11 win over the slumping Cincinnati Reds.
New York Mets manager Luis Rojas was handed a two-game suspension and an undisclosed fine by Major League Baseball on Monday for excessive arguing with umpires during Sunday's 7-6 win over Pittsburgh.
— Michael Conforto hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning to complete a huge comeback and the New York Mets overcame an embarrassing gaffe by All-Star pitcher Taijuan Walker to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-6 Sunday.
The Pirates swiped three runs Sunday when Mets pitcher Taijuan Walker mistakenly batted a fair ball into foul territory, prompting a wild argument in which New York manager Luis Rojas was ejected.
Jacob deGrom has been placed on the injured list with tightness in his right forearm. The Mets ace said he's "frustrated" by the situation that has landed him on the IL for the second time this season.
In what's been a forgettable season in Pittsburgh, Jacob Stallings capped an unforgettable night for the last-place Pirates, completing a six-run rally over the New York Mets with a walk-off grand slam on Saturday night at PNC Park.
— Now this was Bucco Bizarro at its best.
Mets ace Jacob deGrom is dealing with right forearm tightness and will miss his scheduled start Monday against the Reds, manager Luis Rojas said Saturday. An MRI revealed no structural damage, and he is considered day-to-day.