Mets Lose The Season Finale And Manager Terry Collins In The Same Day

For the next six months my husband will welcome the sight of me shaking my head in front of the TV without having to question, “The Mets?” My relationship with the only baseball team I’ve ever loved has had its share of difficulties this season. Without getting into too many… Read more“Mets Lose The Season Finale And Manager Terry Collins In The Same Day”

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”

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

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

Robert Gsellman’s Suffers Agonizing Loss Against The D-Backs

On the day that the moon eclipsed the sun the Diamondbacks deprived Robert Gsellman a victory after one of his most valiant efforts this season. The Mets hard luck right-hander gave 6 1/3 strong, surrendering a run on five hits, striking out three with a lone walk.   But while his… Read more“Robert Gsellman’s Suffers Agonizing Loss Against The D-Backs”

Sunday Losses Keep Mounting As Another Mets Comeback Falls Short

As the dismantling of the NY Mets continued over the weekend, two additional former players found themselves smiling all the way to the playoff bound bank. Curtis Granderson and Rene Rivera were sent packing to the NL West and NL Central leading teams leaving behind a ball club in the… Read more“Sunday Losses Keep Mounting As Another Mets Comeback Falls Short”

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”

The Nationals Take Advantage Of The Mets Poor Pitching And Defensive Blunders

A day after the Mets bullpen made a mess of Steven Matz’s masterful seven innings, starter Seth Lugo crashed and burned at the batting gloved hands of the Nationals explosive line-up. The Mets have been the Nationals bitch in head to head match-ups this season with Daniel Murphy avenging his… Read more“The Nationals Take Advantage Of The Mets Poor Pitching And Defensive Blunders”

Brewers Edge Mets 2-1 Despite A Strong Outing By Zack Wheeler

Terry Collins’ consistently inconsistent ball club loses back-to-back games against the emerging Milwaukee Brewers and all the fans get is a sliver of silver linings. Yes, on a positive note Mets starter Zack Wheeler had another strong outing, the bullpen kept it a one run game, Lucas Duda went 2-4,… Read more“Brewers Edge Mets 2-1 Despite A Strong Outing By Zack Wheeler”

Matt Harvey Shows Signs Of His Former Self, Mets Take The Series Over The Bucs

Matt Harvey gave his boss a belated 68th birthday gift, baffling the Bucs for six sharp innings on Sunday to take the rubber match on the road in Pittsburgh. With the hail of criticism that has haunted Harvey this could possibly be the turn around Mets manager Terry Collins needs… Read more“Matt Harvey Shows Signs Of His Former Self, Mets Take The Series Over The Bucs”

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”