Terry Collins Needs To Do A Better Job At Coaching

Even with a splendid seat ten rows from the first baseline, the twenty-six dollars I paid was not worth the price of admission having to suffer through a poor outing by a Mets pitcher in person. A day after the wheels came off of Mets starter Zack Wheeler, it was… Read more“Terry Collins Needs To Do A Better Job At Coaching”

DeGrom Pitches A Gem, Cabrera Lines A Pair Of Long Balls In 6-1 Victory Over The Cubs

Jacob deGrom came back from the dead, defeating the Chicago Cubs 6-1 on a hot and humid June night at Citi Field. After getting pummeled in his past consecutive starts, deGrom vindicated himself in the most valiant way by pitching a complete game, the second of his major league career…. Read more“DeGrom Pitches A Gem, Cabrera Lines A Pair Of Long Balls In 6-1 Victory Over The Cubs”

Conforto And Duda Account For 7 Runs, Harvey’s Shaky Outing Is Plenty Against The Padres

On a partly cloudy night in the month of May the Mets received a much-needed ray of sunshine from their fallen hero, as Matt Harvey’s less than perfect performance proved plenty against the NL West bottom dwelling San Diego Padres. Harvey, whose petulant behavior has yielded a ton of bad… Read more“Conforto And Duda Account For 7 Runs, Harvey’s Shaky Outing Is Plenty Against The Padres”

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”

Mets Set A Francise 17 Run Shutout In Their Final Regular Season Home Game

As Major League Baseball mourned the tragic loss of Marlin’s ace pitcher Jose Fernandez, the #16 jersey bearing his name hung on the wall of every doleful dugout. And on this somber Sunday at Citi Field, the Mets muscled their way through their emotions in their final regular season home… Read more“Mets Set A Francise 17 Run Shutout In Their Final Regular Season Home Game”

Lugo Tosses 7 Strong, Granderson and Bruce Provide HR Power

Sunday night at Citi Field, Rookie Seth Lugo’s walk up music to the mound warranted the theme song from “Rocky.” Lugo, one of a trio of pitchers recently called up from Triple A, tossed 7 spectacular innings, surrendering one run on six hits, striking out four, with no bases on… Read more“Lugo Tosses 7 Strong, Granderson and Bruce Provide HR Power”

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”