Matt Harvey Can’t Catch A Break In His Final Start Of The Season

The plight of Mets pitching was on full display against the Phillies at Citizen’s Bank Park. Matt Harvey’s final performance of the season ended as futile as it began in their 6-2 loss in the first game of their final series. The right-hander’s 6.70 ERA also set a record for… Read more“Matt Harvey Can’t Catch A Break In His Final Start Of The Season”

The New Boys Of Summer Get It Done Against The Braves At Citi Field

On Tuesday night at Citi Field a meaningless matchup between two teams far removed from Post Season play had special significance for a rookie trying to make his mark with the Mets. The struggling Travis Taijeron collected his first walk-off career hit – a single to left center field in… Read more“The New Boys Of Summer Get It Done Against The Braves At Citi Field”

Mets Misery On The Mound Continues Against The Cubs

While Jay Bruce helped Cleveland secure a spot in the history books at home, his former team was mired in more misery on the road, as the Cubs clobbered the Mets 17-5 at Wrigley Field. In his third start back from a right shoulder injury, Matt Harvey threw 86 pitches… Read more“Mets Misery On The Mound Continues Against The Cubs”

Robert Gsellman’s Suffers Agonizing Loss Against The D-Backs

On the day that the moon eclipsed the sun the Diamondbacks deprived Robert Gsellman a victory after one of his most valiant efforts this season. The Mets hard luck right-hander gave 6 1/3 strong, surrendering a run on five hits, striking out three with a lone walk.   But while his… Read more“Robert Gsellman’s Suffers Agonizing Loss Against The D-Backs”

DeGrom Dominates In Mets Offensive Barrage Over Philadelphia

A day after Mets general manager Sandy Alderson sold off more merchandise the remaining roster pummeled the Philadelphia Phillies behind the dominant arm of Jacob deGrom. With Jay Bruce shipped off to playoff pastures, Wilmer Flores, Neil Walker, Michael Conforto and Curtis Granderson stepped up to the plate crushing a… Read more“DeGrom Dominates In Mets Offensive Barrage Over Philadelphia”

Lucas Duda Is Sent Packing To Tampa Bay, Mets Suffer 7-5 Loss In San Diego

On the day that the Mets could have benefited from his bat, 6’ 4” first baseman Lucas Duda was dealt to the Tampa Bay Rays for right-handed relief prospect Drew Smith. The power hitting hero who was vital to NY’s 2015 World Series run will unfortunately be remembered more for… Read more“Lucas Duda Is Sent Packing To Tampa Bay, Mets Suffer 7-5 Loss In San Diego”