Robert Gsellman Pitches Himself Into A Five Run First Inning Jam – Braves Hand Mets 5th Straight Loss

The Mets continued their Spring of Discontent with an ugly 8-2 beating by the much-improved Atlanta Braves. Rookie Robert Gsellman, seeking his first win of the season, surrendered five runs in the first inning – given the hook in the fifth after hurling 100 pitches. The Braves jumped all over… Read more“Robert Gsellman Pitches Himself Into A Five Run First Inning Jam – Braves Hand Mets 5th Straight Loss”

Colon Can’t Capitalize On Seven Strong Innings As The Braves Split The Four Game Series On The Bat OF Freddie Freeman

Now that the diamond dust of Michael Conforto’s demotion, Jose Reyes’ resigning, Logan Verrett, Sean Gilmartin and Brandon Nimmo being recalled from Las Vegas has settled, it’s still much ado about nothing with the Mets starting line-up. NY prospect Brandon Nimmo’s 0-4 major league debut was not one that dreams… Read more“Colon Can’t Capitalize On Seven Strong Innings As The Braves Split The Four Game Series On The Bat OF Freddie Freeman”

Mets Pitcher Bartolo Colon Reached a Milestone on Monday

With the scent of Sunday’s winning streak coming to an end still fresh in the Citi Field air, Mets elder statesman Bartolo Colon reached into his bag of tricks to pull off a milestone on Monday. Pitching 8 innings of shutout ball, Colon captured his 220th career victory surpassing fellow… Read more“Mets Pitcher Bartolo Colon Reached a Milestone on Monday”

Mets Sweep Braves At Turner Field

Matt Harvey wasn’t magnificent on Friday but he was good enough to get the job done and with a little help from his friend in right field, the Mets secured a 6-3 win in Atlanta. A host of Harvey’s pitches may have been clocked at 94 mph, but like a… Read more“Mets Sweep Braves At Turner Field”