Because of 11:08 p.m. – 2:15 a.m., the Yankees gave a game away.
What a shock, Steve Somers almost fell off his chair listening to Joe Girardi after the Yankees’ loss to the Red Sox on Wednesday night! Girardi said he thought Hughes pitched a good game. Hasn’t he been saying the same thing about A.J. Burnett recently?
CC Sabathia threw 128 pitches over six innings on Tuesday night. For that effort, he finally got a win over the Red Sox.
Far, far away the Mets have been. You could have done anything on Wednesday other than watching the Mets go about their business — the business of winning baseball games, of winning you over in 2011.
You may hate them, you may not trust them — but you have to respect the Jets.
Everybody is happy to have the NFL back with the preseason now underway. Giants fans, however, they’re still waiting for football.
Steve Somers lamented the Mets’ sloppy 9-5 loss to San Diego on Wednesday night, saying the team “left more men on base than they have in their farm system!”
With the Mets washed out on Wednesday night, Steve updated everyone on the bad boys of NFL and MLB. A-Rod, Braylon Edwards and Osi Umenyiora… oh my!
Who needs you-know-who in right field when the Mets have Lucas Duda? But seriously, thanks to Carlos Beltran for his almost seven seasons in New York — and good luck in San Francisco.
Steve Somers opened up a Tuesday schmooze talking a little football! How about that, with the moving and the shaking all over the league during this chaotic free-agent frenzy period.
Is he nerve-racking? He is! Jason Isringhausen, the perfecto Metropolitan closer, because what’s a Mets closer without the stress, the worry and the holding of the breath?
Can we please stop with these two players to be named the Mets will receive for K-Rod? They have names. We just don’t know them.
Derek Jeter has tarnished himself, says Steve Somers, and he thinks even the most die-hard Yankees fans will agree.
Steve Somers opens up a Monday night schmooze by recapping Derek Jeter’s incredible 5-hit day. OK, he touches on No. 3,000 too.
Doesn’t it seem like only a matter of minutes since a Metropolitan went on the DL? We all know the routine: It seems benign, he’ll sit out a game, maybe two just to be safe. Then, we’ll take it day-to-day. Eventually… oops!