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”

Mets Rookie Amed Rosario’s Debut Can’t Save The Day In Denver

The long awaited arrival of the Mets number one prospect was finally realized Tuesday night as Amed Rosario left Las Vegas for his Major League debut in Denver. In the unfriendly confines of Coors Field, the new rookie on the roster snaggd his first base hit, but a botched backhand… Read more“Mets Rookie Amed Rosario’s Debut Can’t Save The Day In Denver”

Matt Harvey’s Struggles Continue, Mets Offense Bails Him Out

After another misfire on the mound, Matt Harvey’s next appearance will be inside a doctor’s office on Thursday to hopefully find answers as to why his surgically repaired arm is failing to deliver positive results. Wednesday night Harvey gave up four runs on four hits in four innings – including… Read more“Matt Harvey’s Struggles Continue, Mets Offense Bails Him Out”

DeGrom And Walker Are Dominant In 8-1 Defeat At PNC Park

Friday night Jacob deGrom gave a master class at PNC Park to the dismay of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The dominant deGrom had vintage velocity in the 8-1 defeat, becoming the first Mets pitcher this season to flirt with a complete game. In 8.1 innings, the reliable righty held the Pirates… Read more“DeGrom And Walker Are Dominant In 8-1 Defeat At PNC Park”

Matt Harvey Gets Hammered In Mets 7-4 Loss To Milwaukee Brewers

Friday the Mets were dealt another blow to their already depleted roster with the news that closer Jeurys Familia may be done for remainder of season after undergoing surgery to address a blood clot in his right armpit area. So with the plague of injuries that have impeded key players,… Read more“Matt Harvey Gets Hammered In Mets 7-4 Loss To Milwaukee Brewers”

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”

Mets Get Back To .500 Behind Zack Wheeler’s Giant Win Over San Francisco

With a contrite blue hooded Matt Harvey back in the dugout, the Mets got back to .500 beating the beleaguered San Francisco Giants 6-1 behind a Zack Wheeler beauty. Jeff Samardzija got jacked for four runs in the first en route to a 0-5 start of the season. Then in… Read more“Mets Get Back To .500 Behind Zack Wheeler’s Giant Win Over San Francisco”

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”

The Mets Have A Sweet 16-5 Party Against the Braves, Reyes Has a Game High 5 RBIs

It may not have been Jacob deGrom’s finest moment on the mound, but it was good enough to get a win against his former teammate, Braves newly crowned elder statesman, Bartolo Colon. The Mets bats crushed Colon for five-runs in three innings off a series of faulty sinkers, a far… Read more“The Mets Have A Sweet 16-5 Party Against the Braves, Reyes Has a Game High 5 RBIs”

Marlins Avoid A Sweep Off Of An Ineffective Jacob deGrom

The Marlins avoided a sweep with a 6-4 win in the series finale, but the most distressing news for the Mets is the declining effectiveness of Jacob deGrom. From the first to the fifth inning, his velocity dipped from 94-91mph, and what was previously reported to be the result of… Read more“Marlins Avoid A Sweep Off Of An Ineffective Jacob deGrom”