It is with some sadness that I must tell you I’m leaving LoHud.com after three wonderful years here. This is one of those good news/bad news moments for me. Between my work at Sports on Earth and Capital New York, I found I simply didn’t have enough time to devote… Read More →
Greetings from Los Angeles International Airport! I’ll be on the lookout here for Mike Baxter, claimed by the Dodgers, just as I’m leaving town. Also for Robert Carson, claimed by the Angels. Greg Burke and Sean Henn were also outrighted. Reason is a pretty simple one: the Mets need 40-man… Read More →
The Mets announced Friday that Matt Harvey will have Tommy John Surgery, ending his attempt to rehab the injury. This was expected, with rehab a longshot. It’s still sad to receive confirmation, though. Matt Harvey did many unexpected things, so cheating a UCL tear would have been merely the latest…. Read More →
1. The Mets will be managed by Terry Collins next season, on a two-year deal with a club option, after his second straight 74-88 finish. 2. Every coach will return, including pitching coach Dan Warthen, who earned a two-year deal after the Mets finished 12th in the National League in… Read More →
Young swipes NL-best Drives in the winning run on Mike Piazza Day
Gomez bedevils Mets clinch a protected pick But will it matter?
Trio of homers Undoes Torres, though Murphy’s Leap home amuses
Gee’s night just okay But Wright’s beaning has us all Hoping he’s okay
Reds board playoff train Choo! Choo! October express! November: a Met?
It was a rough weekend for the Mets, posting three wins when the team desperately needs losses to keep their record in the bottom ten records in baseball, and thus, a protected draft pick in case of some free agent signings. They control their own destiny. But they better start… Read More →
Wright sight for sore eyes Poked by lesser ballplayers Soothed by his home run
Mets get Bumgarner’d While Niese keeps on impressing Bats are depressing
Mets don’t raise much Cain Late rally gets Lutz boosted And Satin walks off
The news came down on Tuesday afternoon that rather than get surgery immediately on his damaged UCL, Matt Harvey will attempt to rehabilitate the injury. Here’s the statement from the Mets: “On Aug. 26, Matt Harvey was examined by Mets physicians for soreness in his right forearm. An MRI done… Read More →
The answer on payroll is… not encouraging.