Miguel Batista pitched seven shutout innings of four-hit ball and Daniel Murphy supplied the offense, sending the surprising New York Mets to a 3-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night.
Frank Francisco’s meltdown in Miami yesterday was troubling on a number of levels. Terry Collins did the right thing by not committing to any course of action after the game, but clearly something must be done about this bullpen.
Sunday’s walk-off grand slam stung and stunned New York. But it wasn’t the first time. Or even the ninth.
Mets manager Terry Collins admitted after Sunday’s stunning loss to Miami that he’s “concerned” about his high-priced closer.
Frank Francisco was tossed in the Mets’ Sunday afternoon loss and could possibly face a suspension for his altercation with umpire Todd Tichenor.
The Mets’ bullpen imploded in sensational fashion as the Marlins won 8-4 on a Giancarlo Stanton walk-off home run.
Greg Dobbs’ single with two outs in the ninth inning scored Emilio Bonifacio from second base with the winning run Friday, and the Miami Marlins rallied to end the New York Mets’ five-game winning streak with a 6-5 victory.
R.A. Dickey nearly went the distance as the Mets defeated the Diamondbacks 3-1 on Sunday.
The Mets should look very closely at the Diamondbacks when they hit the field this weekend at Citi, because in many ways the Mets may be this year’s version of the D-Backs.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Sunday was the second victory in franchise history in which the Mets allowed a pair of game-tying home runs in the eighth inning or later.
The Mets won an 11-inning thriller on Sunday as they defeated the Rockies, 6-5 at Coors Field.
Lucas Duda drove in 4 runs as the Mets defeated the Rockies 7-5 on Saturday night.
Neil Keefe is joined by Rich Coutinho to talk about the Mets’ undefeated start to the season and why they might be this year’s version of the 2011 Diamondbacks.
Sandy Alderson had a vision going into the offseason, and that was to re-shape the bullpen. So far, it has worked wonders.
The Mets began their 2012 season with a three-game sweep of the rival Braves, their first-ever 3-0 start against a National League East opponent.