Braves Get The Best Of A Shaky Syndergaard, Mets Bats Can’t Bail Him Out

I know it’s unreasonable but there are certain pitchers I expect to win every time they toe the rubber. The Mets ace suffered his first loss of the season against a Braves rookie making his major league debut. Mike Soroka tossed six innings of shutout ball, while his counterpart was… Read more“Braves Get The Best Of A Shaky Syndergaard, Mets Bats Can’t Bail Him Out”

Mets Bats And Bullpen Help Stage Comeback

The best-laid plans of starting pitching went south in St. Louis with the Mets besting the Cardinals bullpen in a ten-inning battle. Zack Wheeler’s wonky outing is cause for concern for manager Mickey Callaway, who’s already dealing with Matt Harvey’s disappointing demotion to the bullpen. The reconstructed right-hander was rocked for… Read more“Mets Bats And Bullpen Help Stage Comeback”

Wilmer Flores’ Walk-off Home Run Extends Mets Record to 12-2

One strike away from extra frames, Wilmer Flores belted a tiebreaking walk-off home run to left center field extending the New York Mets best start in franchise history to 12-2. On a blustery Sunday afternoon with the game time temperature of 42 degrees, ironically on Jackie Robinson Day, when all… Read more“Wilmer Flores’ Walk-off Home Run Extends Mets Record to 12-2”

Mets Beat Cardinals In Manager Mickey Callaway’s Debut

On a somber opening day at Citi field, the Mets win one for their beloved former star, Rusty Staub, who passed away hours before the team took the field. Mickey Callaway reveled in his managerial debut, reaping offensive rewards from 35-year old newcomer Adrian Gonzalez, as NY slammed St. Louis… Read more“Mets Beat Cardinals In Manager Mickey Callaway’s Debut”

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”

Lugo Leads The Charge In Mets Barrage Over Rockies

This is how it was supposed to be all along: Good offense, dominant pitching and winning. But as we have come to learn, games like Friday and Saturday have been few and far between for the Mets in 2017. New York’s split personality pitching staff showed its positive side Saturday… Read more“Lugo Leads The Charge In Mets Barrage Over Rockies”

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”

Montero’s Rocky Start Has A Happy Ending In Mets Come From Behind Win Over Miami Marlins

Rafael Montero’s rocky start against the Miami Marlins morphed into a happy ending as the Mets battled back from a six-run deficit to beat Don Mattingly’s school of fish 8-7. After returning from a rainy night in Georgia, in which their postponed 3-1 lead led to nowhere, DL designated Noah… Read more“Montero’s Rocky Start Has A Happy Ending In Mets Come From Behind Win Over Miami Marlins”

Mets Fall Back Into Last Place With A 9-7 Loss To The Braves

R.A. Dickey outdueled Matt Harvey again, adding another former teammate besides Daniel Murphy who’s making a mockery of the Mets. The 42-year old knuckleballer gave up three runs on four hits with a flurry of floaters that were far more effective than Harvey’s fastballs. Sunday night was really bad déjà… Read more“Mets Fall Back Into Last Place With A 9-7 Loss To The Braves”

The Mets Are On the Wrong Side Of The Record Books, Beaten Up 23-5 By The Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals barrage of 23 runs broke the Mets modest two game-winning streak, but their biggest loss was the early exit of ace Noah Syndergaard to a possible lateral strain. To say that Thor had a poor pitching performance is as obvious as Donald Trump being labeled the most… Read more“The Mets Are On the Wrong Side Of The Record Books, Beaten Up 23-5 By The Washington Nationals”