Base denies Duda A Harvey start is wasted The offense sputters
Not a Banner Day For Niese, offense, Valdy’s arm Just for Andrew Brown
The Banner Day Winners Speak!
Terry Collins speaks postgame.
If Mets free agents Tend to turn out like Marcum Better that they’re broke
So the forecast for Citi Field tomorrow is… not so good. According to the Mets just now, you ought to keep checking the @Mets Twitter account for updates. Registration begins at 10 AM. Hopefully, the decision will be made sooner than that. I know a lot of people planning to… Read More →
First Ike delivers, Then Baxter, once again, makes The closer’s job moot
So the long-discussed debut of Justin Turner, outfielder, happened last night late in the game against the Chicago White Sox. At first blush, it seems awfully odd. After all, Justin Turner doesn’t really hit well enough to be a second baseman. His career OPS is .688. Second basemen are putting… Read More →
De Aza strikes first No fault of Hefner’s, but fans Want Wheeler, and soon
Nice going, Baxter Your heroics this time can’t Get Harvey a win
Some interesting quotes out of Sandy Alderson in Kristie Ackert’s solid piece this morning about Ike Davis. “I don’t think he’s happy with what has happened to date. We would have hoped for a better performance to this point, but the evidence is he can do it,” Alderson said. “And… Read More →
A Wright bolt ties it Tejada, Murph hits earn lead Familia saves!
How quickly we forget. Opening Day hero Collin Cowgill has been sent to Triple-A, and Andrew Brown brought up in his place. Cowgill’s grand slam was the biggest highlight on Opening Day, but it’s been a rough go since, with a .157/.173/.264 overall season line, and a defensive miscue that… Read More →
What outfield? I’ll tell you what outfield. It’s May 3, and Marlon Byrd is already close to setting a team record. Byrd, thanks to his strikeout on Wednesday, has now struck out in 12 straight appearances. This has mostly come in starts, but he’s also come off the bench for… Read More →
Thanks to Valdespin And Wright’s near-cycle, Mets don’t Get swept by… Marlins