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”

Cespedes Saves Mets Seven Game Winning Streak in The Ninth

Manager Mickey Callaway re-shuffled the line-up card and it was déjà vu all over again at the stadium Mets broadcaster Howie Rose aptly coined, Citi Field South. Transplanted New Yorkers got to see their home team away from home humiliate the Marlins in much warmer weather in front of a… Read more“Cespedes Saves Mets Seven Game Winning Streak in The Ninth”

Matz Strong Outing Catapults Mets With Comeback Win Over Nats

On a brisk day in Washington, D.C., the Mets erased a pair of one-run leads to rally past the Nationals 3-2 behind a beautiful rebound by starter Steven Matz – making amends for his subpar season debut. The Long Island lefty pitched five innings of one run ball (unearned), scattering… Read more“Matz Strong Outing Catapults Mets With Comeback Win Over Nats”

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”

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Week Of The NY Mets

A Dramatic Sunday At Nationals Park As Mets Split Series With Washington

Jacob deGrom Runs Into A Roadblock Against The Rangers In Arlington

The Texas Rangers rode Jacob deGrom out of the game early, surviving a late five-run Mets rally to snap their four-game losing streak with a 10-8 victory at Globe Life Park on Tuesday night. In his last two outings the designated ace has had major meltdowns on the mound. DeGrom… Read more“Jacob deGrom Runs Into A Roadblock Against The Rangers In Arlington”

A Mother’s Day To Forget In Milwaukee

The starting rotation touted to be the best on paper has disintegrated into the laughing stock of the National League, as Sunday proved no lead is safe when Mets pitchers take the mound. Mother’s Day was no walk in Miller Park for Terry Collins’ battered boys of baseball, as the… Read more“A Mother’s Day To Forget In Milwaukee”

The Mets Let A Sweep Over The Giants Slip By In The Ninth

The Mets got a taste of their own come from behind medicine when a botched double play put a damper on starter Tommy Milone’s stunning Citi Field debut. Picked up on waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers, Milone (1-0, 6.43 ERA) made quite a statement, pitching 5 plus-innings of two run… Read more“The Mets Let A Sweep Over The Giants Slip By In The Ninth”

Neil Walker’s Walk-Off Gets The Mets One Game From .500 With 4-3 Win Over The Giants

On the heels of the messy Matt Harvey brouhaha, the Mets rebounded with a walk-off 4-3 win over the Giants team that took them down in the National League Wild Card game last season. Streaky second baseman Neil Walker bookended NY’s first and final runs by stroking a ground rule… Read more“Neil Walker’s Walk-Off Gets The Mets One Game From .500 With 4-3 Win Over The Giants”