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”

Wheeler’s Strong Debut Helps Mets Sweep Marlins

Mets manager Mickey Callaway’s uncanny moves are so on the money that it begs the question, “Is he clairvoyant?” After counterpart Don Mattingly pulled rookie left-hander Jarlin Garcia after six scoreless innings in his first major league start, the Mets took a bite out of the Marlins bullpen, rallying from… Read more“Wheeler’s Strong Debut Helps Mets Sweep Marlins”

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”

My Discontent With the Mets Winter Meetings

The Winter Meetings in Miami have come and gone and all the Mets acquired was a lot of hot air and Anthony Swarzak, a right-handed journeyman reliever with a 23-30 record and career 4.22 ERA. Of all the bullpen pitchers who were on the market, Brandon Morrow being one, it’s… Read more“My Discontent With the Mets Winter Meetings”