Mets Bats Explode In 4-Run First Inning, Colon Notches Career Milestone With Win Over BravesBartolo Colon threw eight shutout innings Monday night to earn his 220th career victory and the New York Mets hit three homers during a four-run first inning.
Kallet: Mets' Rotation Has The Depth Needed To Survive Some SetbacksEven if Harvey were to miss a month, this club would be in very good shape to win 90 games and return to the playoffs.
Palladino: Ancient Colon And Aging Sabathia Facing Different FuturesNeither Bartolo Colon nor CC Sabathia have looked great in spring training. They are two old warhorses clearly struggling to pull that cannon up the hill. The difference between them lies in their respective situations.
The Impossible Has Happened: Bartolo Colon Hit A Home RunNew York Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon did the impossible – he launched a home run.
Mets Top Tigers But Fall To Cardinals In Split-Squad GamesBartolo Colon allowed one run over three innings in his exhibition season debut, Lucas Duda and Neil Walker homered and a Mets split squad beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 Monday.
PHOTO: Syndergaard's Family Wears 'Big Sexy' Bartolo Colon Shirts On Christmas EveOn Christmas Eve, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard posted a picture on Instagram of his large family all wearing "Big Sexy" shirts with Colon's face on them.
Palladino: The Return Of Bartolo Colon Means Fun For Mets FansRe-signing the 42-year-old simply ensures that, no matter what else happens in 2016, it’s going to be another fun ride whenever the rotund Citi Field folk hero goes to work.
3 Up And 3 Down: Who’s Hot And Who’s Not In New York SportsTaking a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.
Keidel: Mets Lucky To Have Colon, The Jack Of All Pitching Trades, BackBartolo Colon's laconic refrain and leadership have been immeasurable assets for a team rich with young pitching.
Report: Mets, Bartolo Colon Agree To 1-Year, $7.25 Million DealColon is expected to begin the season as the Mets' fifth starter, behind young aces Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz.
Keidel: Mets Did Right By Collins, But This Winter Will Be TellingWe've all taken our gratuitous shots at Terry Collins, the forever .500 manager who always had the feel of an intern. Then came 2015, a magical confluence of timing, talent, temerity and -- dare we say -- managing.
Familia Blows It In Ninth, Mets Lose In 14th In Wild World Series OpenerAlex Gordon hit a tying home run with one out in the ninth inning, Eric Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly against Bartolo Colon in the 14th and the Royals beat the Mets 5-4 Tuesday night in the longest opener in World Series history.