Harvey’s start to his major league career is giving the Mets hope that the future could be bright. If only the present was so pretty.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the week filled us in on everything going on in the world of sports and provided plenty of laughter, which has quickly become a Recco staple.
A power surge is staring the Mets right in the face. They’d be foolish not to take advantage of the free-swinging Valdespin, and they must do it NOW.
Despite their best efforts, the Mets were dealt a deflating loss last night in Washington, falling to the Nationals 5-4 in 10 innings.
Jason Bay was activated off the disabled list prior to Tuesday night’s series opener against the division-rival Nationals. The left fielder took early batting practice with the team on Tuesday afternoon, and will bat fifth and start in left field.
Before Jerry Recco could get his first update of the morning underway, Craig offered some more details on his ‘run-in’ with former Yankees slugger Cecil Fielder while performing with Bernie Williams last night.
The Mets’ beleaguered bullpen will have to make due without Francisco for longer than expected.
The guys had some fun with the fact the R.A. Dickey credits some of his success to former Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser. Then we got to hear Al Dukes try to make the best of his Jason Bay tribute song.
Nothing has seemed to go right for Bay, so maybe it’s time the Mets consider moving him to his next stop. It’s time, just like it was for a few others in his shoes.
Boomer & Craig enjoyed a little 3-day weekend, so when they took their seats in the Allstate Studio just after 6 a.m., the Dynamic Radio Duo had plenty to talk about.
The Reds completed a three-game sweep over the Mets on Sunday. Mets’ bats fizzled as they lost 3-1.
Jonathon Niese surrendered a three-run homer, but the Mets were unable to back their starter and lost 4-1 on Saturday.
The Mets placed outfielder Jason Bay on the disabled list after he suffered a concussion and activated Justin Turner.
The nightmare continues for Bay, who must be feeling like he is living his own personal “Groundhog Day.” He was once again hurt trying to make an aggressive defensive play, which is the only way he knows how to play the game.
New York starter Dillon Gee (4-5) gave up four runs — three earned — and five hits in six innings.