Mets Lose The Season Finale And Manager Terry Collins In The Same Day

For the next six months my husband will welcome the sight of me shaking my head in front of the TV without having to question, “The Mets?” My relationship with the only baseball team I’ve ever loved has had its share of difficulties this season. Without getting into too many… Read more“Mets Lose The Season Finale And Manager Terry Collins In The Same Day”

Hoping The Mets Can End On A High Note

With 10 games left on their docket and expectations far removed from the equation, I feel a sense of relief that the Mets miserable season is finally coming to a close. The abundance of blown leads, first inning pitching implosions and a slew of unfortunate Sundays has been painful to… Read more“Hoping The Mets Can End On A High Note”

The DL Laden Mets Avoid A Sweep With 6-4 Win Over The Rockies

Jeurys Familia’s flashes of his former self, and Neil Walker’s go ahead three run blast restored some dignity for the much-maligned NY Mets. A couple of innings shy of being swept by the surging Colorado Rockies, the DL laden crew from Queens eked out a rare come from behind 6-4… Read more“The DL Laden Mets Avoid A Sweep With 6-4 Win Over The Rockies”

Bartolo Colon’s Double Life and the Decline of his Effective Fast Ball

Bartolo Colon’s so called double life reared it’s ugly head on Wednesday, leaving some questionable doubt regarding his character and the fate of his once effective fastball. USA Today Sports/Photo By Brad Penner Hours before game time, the New York Post ratted out Colon for allegedly being remiss on child… Read more“Bartolo Colon’s Double Life and the Decline of his Effective Fast Ball”

Two Glorious Mets Days in May

When his premiere pitching partners in crime could not fan the flames of the San Diego Padres offense, Bartolo Colon took to the mound armed and dangerous. With a two game losing streak looming large over the Mets second place shoulders, Colon put his sinker to the test, and bested… Read more“Two Glorious Mets Days in May”

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”

Terry Collins Makes Some Crafty Moves In Mets 4-3 Win Over Cincy

Mets manager Terry Collins made some crafty moves in the home half of the seventh by presumably using Lucas Duda as a decoy with his team down three zip. Reds pitcher Brandon Finnegan overstayed his welcome after stymying New York for 6 scoreless innings.  Juan Lagares reached first on a… Read more“Terry Collins Makes Some Crafty Moves In Mets 4-3 Win Over Cincy”

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”

Phillies Bullpen Silences Mets For a Come From Behind 11th Inning Win.

A day after Logan Verrett violated the Phillies line-up, the Mets fell victim to Peter Bourjos’ bat and a very stingy bullpen. Wednesday night NY set a franchise record with back-to-back HR’s in 3 consecutive games, but it wasn’t enough to deter a resilient Philadelphia team desperate to avoid a… Read more“Phillies Bullpen Silences Mets For a Come From Behind 11th Inning Win.”

Mets Are Feeling Fine In Philly With 5-2 Win.

David Wright hit 2 HR’s, Noah Syndergaard fanned 8, and with a 5-2 win, the Mets are feeling fine in Philly. Catcher Kevin Plawecki was the victim of friendly fire after taking a torrid Thor fastball off of his protective padding, leaving him with a red hot tattoo of his… Read more“Mets Are Feeling Fine In Philly With 5-2 Win.”