Much more to come, but that’s the big news. He’ll wait on surgery for now, but it is a very strong possibility, which would end his 2013 and likely his 2014 as well.
A d’Arnaud dinger Trumped by Cabrera, Dirks and A thousand late bloops
Tigers nick Harvey But Mets can’t get to Scherzer His record’s now Faced
The Mets have recalled Lucas Duda from Triple-A, and optioned Mike Baxter. Will Duda play first? If so, what happens to Ike Davis? Or will he play left field, and then everybody duck? Stay tuned for the next episode of “Too Many First Basemen, Not Enough Outfielders”.
Dice-K, crushed early Rallies somewhat over five Offense a no-show
It appears the Mets have signed Daisuke Matsuzaka, a pitcher they once nearly committed nearly $100 million to, but lost to the Boston Red Sox, to make some placeholder starts for the injured Jenrry Mejia. Matsuzaka had a mediocre rookie season in 2007, a fantastic set of results in 2008… Read More →
A blown call at first Leads to three-run homer, jump in replay support
So I’ve been batting this around on Twitter for a while now, and I wanted to bring it here. I have grave doubts about what Juan Lagares can be, offensively, in the major leagues. He’s posted a .680 OPS over his first 279 plate appearances, which isn’t great. And he’s… Read More →
Here comes Ike’s power Supplementing Byrd’s constant And Wheeler’s flashes
The Mets made the move that makes all the sense in the world following Monday’s game, announcing that with John Buck returning from paternity leave, Travis d’Arnaud will stay, while Anthony Recker has been optioned to Triple-A. This is a move lacking any downside whatsoever. d’Arnaud gets to play every… Read More →
A masterful Gee’s Only blemish from Murph muff Then Byrd’s blast caps it
Six strong from Harvey And late rally, keyed by Brown Trumped by Venable
(Sung to “Oh, My Papa) Oh, my Mejia For weeks he was so wonderful Oh, my Mejia For weeks he was so good No one could be, so dominant and durable Oh, surgery, was always understood