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”

Robert Gsellman Pitches Himself Into A Five Run First Inning Jam – Braves Hand Mets 5th Straight Loss

The Mets continued their Spring of Discontent with an ugly 8-2 beating by the much-improved Atlanta Braves. Rookie Robert Gsellman, seeking his first win of the season, surrendered five runs in the first inning – given the hook in the fifth after hurling 100 pitches. The Braves jumped all over… Read more“Robert Gsellman Pitches Himself Into A Five Run First Inning Jam – Braves Hand Mets 5th Straight Loss”

Syndergaard Can’t Save Mets From a 3 Game Sweep At Citi Field

The Mets are officially a .500 team with a demoralizing 9-0 loss to the NL West bottom dwelling Diamondbacks. Arizona came into Queens 21 games behind the eight ball, then swept NY under the Citi Field rug, provoking boos from the thousands of fed up loyal fans. Last season’s fairy… Read more“Syndergaard Can’t Save Mets From a 3 Game Sweep At Citi Field”

The DL Laden Mets Avoid A Sweep With 6-4 Win Over The Rockies

Jeurys Familia’s flashes of his former self, and Neil Walker’s go ahead three run blast restored some dignity for the much-maligned NY Mets. A couple of innings shy of being swept by the surging Colorado Rockies, the DL laden crew from Queens eked out a rare come from behind 6-4… Read more“The DL Laden Mets Avoid A Sweep With 6-4 Win Over The Rockies”

Rain Wreaks Havoc Over Matt Harvey’s Redemption Against The Nats

The Mets were armed and not dangerous in a two rain delayed 5-0 loss against the Nationals in D.C. Mother nature limited Matt Harvey to 3 2/3 innings, depriving the hard luck right-hander from seeing a little more light at the end of his dark and demoralizing tunnel. Manager Terry… Read more“Rain Wreaks Havoc Over Matt Harvey’s Redemption Against The Nats”

Colon Can’t Capitalize On Seven Strong Innings As The Braves Split The Four Game Series On The Bat OF Freddie Freeman

Now that the diamond dust of Michael Conforto’s demotion, Jose Reyes’ resigning, Logan Verrett, Sean Gilmartin and Brandon Nimmo being recalled from Las Vegas has settled, it’s still much ado about nothing with the Mets starting line-up. NY prospect Brandon Nimmo’s 0-4 major league debut was not one that dreams… Read more“Colon Can’t Capitalize On Seven Strong Innings As The Braves Split The Four Game Series On The Bat OF Freddie Freeman”

The Mets Get A Sigh Of Relief At Citi Field, Edge KC 2-1

After the Braves took a broom to the Mets at Citi Field, the Amazins got the perfect antidote from their bullpen when lead off batter Whit Merrifield ripped a liner off of Bartolo Colon’s right thumb. A manager’s worst nightmare turned into a sigh of relief as Hansel Robles came… Read more“The Mets Get A Sigh Of Relief At Citi Field, Edge KC 2-1”

Bucs Best the Mets on Rookie Jameson Taillon’s Brilliant 4-0 Shutout

In the second start of his young career, Jameson Taillon sucked the life out of the Mets offense, taking a no hitter into the 7th, shutting down the hapless homeboys 4-0 for their 3rd straight loss. Not the get-well gift manager Terry Collins was hoping for after his release from… Read more“Bucs Best the Mets on Rookie Jameson Taillon’s Brilliant 4-0 Shutout”

Harvey Brings 98MPH Heat In Disappointing Loss Against The Dominant Jose Fernandez

On a day when the Dark Knight displayed his former 98 mph fastball, he was outdueled in the Miami sun by his counterpart, Jose Fernandez, who matched his career high 14 strikeouts en route to a 1-0 master piece over the Mets. A resurgent Matt Harvey kept his cronies in… Read more“Harvey Brings 98MPH Heat In Disappointing Loss Against The Dominant Jose Fernandez”