Jacob deGrom’s Cy Young Hopes Are Still Alive After Mets 4-3 Loss At Fenway

On a day when the Mets were formally eliminated from postseason play, their Cy Young seeking starter may have come one step closer to the coveted award. Despite another disappointing no decision, Jacob deGrom extended his single-season major league record streak to 27 starts in which he has allowed three… Read more“Jacob deGrom’s Cy Young Hopes Are Still Alive After Mets 4-3 Loss At Fenway”

Conforto Crush Helps Revive Mets Anemic Offense

Days after a botched batting order bore a third consecutive series loss, the Mets seemed destined for more free falling in Philly. After Steven Matz tossed five innings of one run ball, the bullpen maintained their cool, setting up a ninth inning come from behind beauty off the bat of Michael Conforto. “I… Read more“Conforto Crush Helps Revive Mets Anemic Offense”

Braves Chop Mets Down To Size

New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway thought he had problems when his platooning catchers both took a dive on the disabled list. However, nothing could be more devastating than losing the ace of his pitching staff with a hyperextended right elbow on one swing of a bat. Jacob deGrom entered… Read more“Braves Chop Mets Down To Size”

Reeling Mets Lose Fourth Straight As Losses Pile Up

On a day that the Mets parted ways with a moody Matt Harvey, another surgically repaired pitcher couldn’t find his rhythm on the mound. Zack Wheeler struggled right out of the gate, gifting the Rockies five runs in the first on four base hits by Charlie Blackmon, Gerardo Parra, Nolan… Read more“Reeling Mets Lose Fourth Straight As Losses Pile Up”

Braves Get The Best Of A Shaky Syndergaard, Mets Bats Can’t Bail Him Out

I know it’s unreasonable but there are certain pitchers I expect to win every time they toe the rubber. The Mets ace suffered his first loss of the season against a Braves rookie making his major league debut. Mike Soroka tossed six innings of shutout ball, while his counterpart was… Read more“Braves Get The Best Of A Shaky Syndergaard, Mets Bats Can’t Bail Him Out”

Mets Bats And Bullpen Help Stage Comeback

The best-laid plans of starting pitching went south in St. Louis with the Mets besting the Cardinals bullpen in a ten-inning battle. Zack Wheeler’s wonky outing is cause for concern for manager Mickey Callaway, who’s already dealing with Matt Harvey’s disappointing demotion to the bullpen. The reconstructed right-hander was rocked for… Read more“Mets Bats And Bullpen Help Stage Comeback”

Mets Bats Come Alive Late To Avoid Sweep By Nationals

Stop the presses. The sky is not falling over Flushing. Salt and pepper was back in business Wednesday night as the New York Mets got a redemption rally over their NL East rivals in their 11-5 win. Two consecutive losses unleashed a wave of concern, and although a bit warranted,… Read more“Mets Bats Come Alive Late To Avoid Sweep By Nationals”

Callaway Says Bullpen Had an Off Night, Insists Team Must Move On

The Mets got their first helping of humble pie with an epic meltdown in the eighth by their major league best bullpen, as Washington gave New York a taste of their own come from behind medicine. “We can’t let this put us into a tailspin,” Mickey Callaway said. Staked to… Read more“Callaway Says Bullpen Had an Off Night, Insists Team Must Move On”

Wilmer Flores’ Walk-off Home Run Extends Mets Record to 12-2

One strike away from extra frames, Wilmer Flores belted a tiebreaking walk-off home run to left center field extending the New York Mets best start in franchise history to 12-2. On a blustery Sunday afternoon with the game time temperature of 42 degrees, ironically on Jackie Robinson Day, when all… Read more“Wilmer Flores’ Walk-off Home Run Extends Mets Record to 12-2”