The Houston Astros crushed Mike Pelfrey for eight runs over two and two-thirds innings pitched on Sunday as the Mets lost 9-5.
Hiroki Kuroda pitched four strong innings in the Yankees’ 6-3 spring training victory over the Houston Astros.
The Mets have officially waived goodbye to failed top prospect Fernando Martinez.
Mets fans: Have you been dreaming of an NLCS rematch between New York and Houston? If so, it’ll have to happen in 2012.
The Yankees and Rockies are reportedly far apart in preliminary talks for starter Ubaldo Jimenez. In fact, Colorado might not even be willing to trade their ace. That won’t stop the Bombers from sending a representative to Coors Field.
A pitcher from Suffolk and a catcher from Nassau have had dreams of making the big leagues. Now they’re one step closer.
Justin Turner homered and drove in a career-high five runs to help the New York Mets beat the Houston Astros 7-4 Sunday.
Lee also hit one of three Astros home runs to snap New York’s three-game winning streak.
Mets outfielder Carlos Beltran was removed from New York’s lineup against the Houston Astros because of swelling in his right eye.
David Wright hit a go-ahead homer to cap a four-run eighth inning that rallied the New York Mets to a 6-4 victory over the Houston Astros on Friday night.
David Wright ended his career-worst hitless drought with a homer and a two-run double, Chris Capuano pitched seven sharp innings and the New York Mets topped the Houston Astros 9-1 on Thursday.
Just 18 games into the season, Mets fans are wearing paper bags over their heads at Citi Field. With the team off to its worst start at home in franchise history, it’s easy to see why they feel that way.
Hunter Pence hit a blistering go-ahead home run in the eighth inning and the Houston Astros used two smart fielding plays late to beat New York 4-3 Thursday night, giving the Mets their worst home start ever.
Unfortunately for Mets fans, a series against the punchless Amazin’s may be what the Astros need to start their first winning streak of the season.
Back home but still scuffling, the punchless Mets went down quietly against the Houston Astros on Tuesday — and now find themselves in the National League basement. In fact, their .294 winning percentage is the worst in MLB.