Mets’ Brandon Nimmo fine with shift to left field

PORT STREET LUCIE — Brandon Nimmo is proud of his job as a center fielder, but he knew the Mets had a chance to get even stronger at the position over the winter. So when President of Baseball Operations David Stearns contacted him in November about a possible move to left field, Nimmo said he […]

Brandon Nimmo Talks 2024 Mets Expectations

Getty Images The Mets had a quiet offseason. No one is picking them to go to the playoffs. The current expectations for this team are in the 80-85 win range if they can stay healthy. The Mets may embrace an “underdog” mentality this year. Mets outfielder Brandon Nimmo will play a big role in that. […]

Brandon Nimmo looks to build on strong season with more stolen bases in 2024

Brandon Nimmo was injured on a diving catch against Miami on Thursday and was diagnosed with a right shoulder sprain, ending his season. However, the center fielder and the Mets were encouraged that an MRI scan Friday showed no structural damage. Still, he ended the season on the disabled list with career-highs in 152 games, […]

Mets’ Brandon Nimmo exits with shoulder injury, season likely over

On Wednesday, the Mets announced that Starling Marte (groin) is out for the season. Jeff McNeil (elbow) was officially suspended from the season Thursday afternoon. Early Friday morning, Brandon Nimmo’s year may have come to a premature end. The Mets center fielder was ejected from Thursday’s suspended game before the fifth inning with a problem […]

Brandon Nimmo counters Tommy Pham’s Mets work ethic diss

PHILADELPHIA — Tommy Pham may not have thought of the Mets as the hardest-working group of position players he’s ever been involved with, but one of the veteran outfielder’s former teammates echoes that sentiment. I have doubts about the relevance of “At the end of the day, results matter in this game,” Brandon Nimmo told […]

The hard lessons Brandon Nimmo will carry with him from Mets disastrous season

Brandon Nimo has struggled to enjoy personal success as the Mets struggled as a team this season, but the center fielder has found brief moments of positive reflection. When the Mets released closer David Robertson to the Marlins before moving starter Max Scherzer to the Rangers at the end of July, and officially hinted they […]

Mets’ Brandon Nimmo frustrated by base-stealing struggles

ATLANTA — Brandon Nimo started spring training determined to become a better stolen base pitcher. Six months later, Mets outfielders consider this a losing game. With players across the world stealing bases on the rise, Nemo enjoys bouncing, thanks in part to new rules enacted this year, including expanding bases and limiting the number of […]

Brandon Nimmo the rare Mets star improving in dreadful season

Brandon Nimo stands out in an underperforming team with big deals and barely functioning in the first three months of the season. After signing an eight-year, $162 million deal this offseason, are the Mets’ outfielders getting better and better? Nemo has made slow but steady progress from a fledgling Wyoming upstart to a borderline star. […]

Brandon Nimmo knows his misplay was difference in Mets’ loss

Brandon Nimo’s bat gave the Mets the lead. His glove contributed to the Yankees’ final score. A game of Nemo’s Up Down will go down in memory. In Tuesday night’s 7-6 loss to the Mets at Citi Field, Nemo was hit by a fly and hit a double to help the Yankees win. “I made […]

Mets’ Brandon Nimmo hears boos from crowd in nightmarish game

Francisco Lindor wasn’t the only Met to hear this from the crowd at Citi Field during Saturday’s 2-1 loss to the Blue Jays. Thomas Nido, making his second start since being placed on the disabled list to deal with dry eye syndrome, was also booed after striking out in the seventh inning. Nido also threw […]


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