Cespedes Saves Mets Seven Game Winning Streak in The Ninth

Manager Mickey Callaway re-shuffled the line-up card and it was déjà vu all over again at the stadium Mets broadcaster Howie Rose aptly coined, Citi Field South. Transplanted New Yorkers got to see their home team away from home humiliate the Marlins in much warmer weather in front of a… Read more“Cespedes Saves Mets Seven Game Winning Streak in The Ninth”

Matz Strong Outing Catapults Mets With Comeback Win Over Nats

On a brisk day in Washington, D.C., the Mets erased a pair of one-run leads to rally past the Nationals 3-2 behind a beautiful rebound by starter Steven Matz – making amends for his subpar season debut. The Long Island lefty pitched five innings of one run ball (unearned), scattering… Read more“Matz Strong Outing Catapults Mets With Comeback Win Over Nats”

Mets Blank Phillies 2-0 Behind Matt Harvey’s Strong Debut

The Mickey Callaway Mets got another boost of morale on Tuesday with a nearly perfect pitching performance from the happy and healthy Matt Harvey. After suffering through two subpar seasons filled with injuries and uncertainties, the resilient right hander returned to the rubber allowing one hit and a walk over… Read more“Mets Blank Phillies 2-0 Behind Matt Harvey’s Strong Debut”

DiVincenzo Dominates in Villanova’s 79-62 National Title Defeat Over Michigan

Monday night in San Antonio a redheaded sophomore from Delaware made everyone remember something other than The Alamo. Villanova’s sixth man Donte DiVincenzo went Carl Crawford off the bench, sinking 31 career high points, lifting his fellow Wildcats past the Wolverines, for their sixth double-digit victory of the tournament and… Read more“DiVincenzo Dominates in Villanova’s 79-62 National Title Defeat Over Michigan”

DeGrom Delivers, Offense Clicks, Mets Win Second Straight

A lot of firsts in the second game of the season as the Mets make quick work of the Cardinals with a 6-2 victory behind an effective debut by Jacob deGrom. DeGrom gave up NY’s first walk from a starter, Todd Frazier was charged with the team’s first error, and… Read more“DeGrom Delivers, Offense Clicks, Mets Win Second Straight”

Mets Beat Cardinals In Manager Mickey Callaway’s Debut

On a somber opening day at Citi field, the Mets win one for their beloved former star, Rusty Staub, who passed away hours before the team took the field. Mickey Callaway reveled in his managerial debut, reaping offensive rewards from 35-year old newcomer Adrian Gonzalez, as NY slammed St. Louis… Read more“Mets Beat Cardinals In Manager Mickey Callaway’s Debut”

The Final Four – Who Will Stay And Who Will Go?

Loyola/Michigan For the first time the darlings of the NCAA tournament didn’t need a last second signature three to oust their opponent. As Loyola saddles up for San Antonio, with their saintly sidekick Sister Jean in tow, they look to tame Michigan’s dominant defense. The Ramblers proved they’re no slouches… Read more“The Final Four – Who Will Stay And Who Will Go?”

The Sweet N Sour Sixteen

Once again my brackets are busted up – from Boise to San Diego, and all points east. Every year the NCAA Tournament is touted as the maddest March to date, but who could’ve predicted the pain and suffering it would inflict upon the top-seeded team in the country? UMBC’s historic… Read more“The Sweet N Sour Sixteen”