Michael Pineda used a biting slider while pitching impressively into the eighth inning to help the New York Yankees end the crosstown rival Mets’ 11-game winning streak.
You may not always agree with Mike Francesa, but the baritone bard of New York City sports is spot-on about one thing: the Subway Series was planned by a blind man.
No more bobbleheads. On May 2, “Gold’s Horseradish” will hand out garden gnomes in the image of Jacob deGrom. What else could be behind the Mets’ shift in fortunes?
The Mets — yes, your 11-3 Mets — are indeed the core of the Big Apple. They are younger, hungrier and better.
The New York Mets will continue their best-ever first homestand this week after beginning their home schedule with seven straight wins for the first time in club history.
Jacob deGrom pitched into the seventh inning, Juan Lagares drove in a run with an infield single and the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-0 Monday to win their home opener.
Die-hard Mets fans showed up at Citi Field around 9 a.m., four hours before Monday’s game against the Phillies.
With Jacob deGrom taking the mound at Citi Field for the Mets’ home opener against the Phillies, Al Dukes spent a good portion of his weekend putting pen to paper.
Jacob deGrom will get the start in the Mets’ home opener and Boomer and Craig got things rolling Monday morning by talking about the reigning NL Rookie of the Year.
Jordan Zimmermann didn’t quite pick up where he left off in 2014, when he threw a no-hitter to close the regular season, but he only allowed one run in six innings Wednesday night.
Jacob deGrom pitched four sharp innings in his final spring tuneup, David Wright had a perfect night at the plate and the New York Mets shut down the Texas Rangers for a 5-0 victory Friday.
No one can guarantee it will ever happen. These are the Mets, after all. But the foundation exists. The Yanks have left the door wide open.
While discussing the clever promotion, Boomer and Craig veered off a little and the discussion concluded with a fictitious Mt. Rushmore being constructed.
If the Mets expect to be relevant this year, Matt Harvey will pitch plenty of pressure games. Opening Day is not one of them. It’s just one of 162.
Matt Harvey says he understands the New York Mets’ rationale in not starting him on opening day.