Lugo Gives Mets A Lift With 10-6 Win Over Cards

With an injury riddled starting rotation, the Mets pitching prospects are pulling their weight, giving NY a wing and a prayer for a position in postseason play. Thursday, Louisiana born Seth Lugo secured his first major league win, and hit, shutting out the Cards for five innings, taking the rubber… Read more“Lugo Gives Mets A Lift With 10-6 Win Over Cards”

Niese’s Early Exit Gives Rookie Robert Gsellman A Dream Debut

Another dubious decision by manager Terry Collins could have caused damaging results, but the Mets were saved by a couple of pitching prospects who performed gracefully under pressure. In a must win series opener against the Cardinals, starter Jon Niese lasted a third of an inning as his faulty knee… Read more“Niese’s Early Exit Gives Rookie Robert Gsellman A Dream Debut”

Another Controversial Call In Colorado, As Rockies Sweep The Mets

Colorado fans did not need the weed they can legally buy to get a buzz this weekend because the Rockies gave them a natural high in the form of a three game sweep over NY. On an afternoon when the Mets could have picked up some precious ground, Ryan Raburn… Read more“Another Controversial Call In Colorado, As Rockies Sweep The Mets”

Kevin Plawecki’s Two Run Single Restores Some Calm In Queens

At the start of the season, the best laid plans of mice and Mets have gone awry and manager Terry Collins seems clueless as to how to set things straight. Pitching has never been the problem, but today he put the arm of the twice surgically repaired relief pitcher Jim… Read more“Kevin Plawecki’s Two Run Single Restores Some Calm In Queens”