Jeurys Familia is off to Triple-A, where I wish he’d start, but probably not. Johan Santana was transferred to the 60-day DL, which is misleading; Santana is out for the year. This is to make room for tomorrow’s starter, Aaron Laffey. Given his 4.3 Ks per 9 last year, how… Read More →
Sure, The Kid was great Piazza, Hundley could hit But how about Buck?
Hefner’s solid six Murphy’s blast help, but Mets lose Battle of bullpens
Competent Gee helped By Buck homer, Turner, and… No one else at all
Harvey’s dominance Backed by Duda, Davis, Buck Survives LaTroy’s ninth
Listen to a composed Matt Harvey ahead of what I expect to be the first start of a big season.
Lost among the Cowgill home runs, the Marlon Byrd clutch hits, the Jonathon Niese perfect at-bats was the debut of Scott Rice, 14-year veteran of the minor and independent leagues. That’s also Scott Rice, major leaguer, with a single two-strikeout inning to his name. As my colleague Jared Diamond pointed… Read More →
The Mets, known for their auspicious beginnings Are once again perfect through their first nine innings Six and two-thirds from their ace of need Niese Two-out hits that you thought never would cease Grand slam from Cowgill, ribbies from Byrd What outfield? On this day, question’s absurd Let optimists reign,... Read More →
COWGILL. MORE COWGILL.
David Wright hasn’t lost since signing an eight-year extension.
Listen to Terry and Jon talk about your first place Mets.
Look, I can’t kid you and tell you that I think these 2013 Mets are going to win a ton of games. And that’s despite my tremendous optimism on an individual basis for the standouts. I think Ike Davis is a good bet to hit 35-40 home runs. I think… Read More →