Matt Harvey Shows Signs Of His Former Self, Mets Take The Series Over The Bucs

Matt Harvey gave his boss a belated 68th birthday gift, baffling the Bucs for six sharp innings on Sunday to take the rubber match on the road in Pittsburgh. With the hail of criticism that has haunted Harvey this could possibly be the turn around Mets manager Terry Collins needs… Read more“Matt Harvey Shows Signs Of His Former Self, Mets Take The Series Over The Bucs”

DeGrom And Walker Are Dominant In 8-1 Defeat At PNC Park

Friday night Jacob deGrom gave a master class at PNC Park to the dismay of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The dominant deGrom had vintage velocity in the 8-1 defeat, becoming the first Mets pitcher this season to flirt with a complete game. In 8.1 innings, the reliable righty held the Pirates… Read more“DeGrom And Walker Are Dominant In 8-1 Defeat At PNC Park”

Conforto And Duda Account For 7 Runs, Harvey’s Shaky Outing Is Plenty Against The Padres

On a partly cloudy night in the month of May the Mets received a much-needed ray of sunshine from their fallen hero, as Matt Harvey’s less than perfect performance proved plenty against the NL West bottom dwelling San Diego Padres. Harvey, whose petulant behavior has yielded a ton of bad… Read more“Conforto And Duda Account For 7 Runs, Harvey’s Shaky Outing Is Plenty Against The Padres”

Tommy Milone Gets Rocked. Angels Maul Mets To Avoid A Sweep

After taking the first two games of the series, the Mets quickly reverted back to the business of losing as Mike Trout and company routed NY for a dozen runs, eight of which knocked starter Tommy Milone off the mound in the second. Sunday at Citi Field the Angels literally… Read more“Tommy Milone Gets Rocked. Angels Maul Mets To Avoid A Sweep”

Another Bad Day In The Desert For The Mets

The Mets woes continued out west with a 5-4 loss against the Diamondbacks on another night when they drew first blood but couldn’t hold the lead. Tommy Milone’s second start for NY left much to be desired as the newly acquired lefthander yielded five runs on six hits in five… Read more“Another Bad Day In The Desert For The Mets”

A Mother’s Day To Forget In Milwaukee

The starting rotation touted to be the best on paper has disintegrated into the laughing stock of the National League, as Sunday proved no lead is safe when Mets pitchers take the mound. Mother’s Day was no walk in Miller Park for Terry Collins’ battered boys of baseball, as the… Read more“A Mother’s Day To Forget In Milwaukee”

Matt Harvey Gets Hammered In Mets 7-4 Loss To Milwaukee Brewers

Friday the Mets were dealt another blow to their already depleted roster with the news that closer Jeurys Familia may be done for remainder of season after undergoing surgery to address a blood clot in his right armpit area. So with the plague of injuries that have impeded key players,… Read more“Matt Harvey Gets Hammered In Mets 7-4 Loss To Milwaukee Brewers”

The Mets Let A Sweep Over The Giants Slip By In The Ninth

The Mets got a taste of their own come from behind medicine when a botched double play put a damper on starter Tommy Milone’s stunning Citi Field debut. Picked up on waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers, Milone (1-0, 6.43 ERA) made quite a statement, pitching 5 plus-innings of two run… Read more“The Mets Let A Sweep Over The Giants Slip By In The Ninth”

Mets Get Back To .500 Behind Zack Wheeler’s Giant Win Over San Francisco

With a contrite blue hooded Matt Harvey back in the dugout, the Mets got back to .500 beating the beleaguered San Francisco Giants 6-1 behind a Zack Wheeler beauty. Jeff Samardzija got jacked for four runs in the first en route to a 0-5 start of the season. Then in… Read more“Mets Get Back To .500 Behind Zack Wheeler’s Giant Win Over San Francisco”