Thursday could be David Wright’s final appearance as a Met at Citi Field.
In the first two innings at Citi Field on Friday night, a team missed a popup and a fly ball, botched a grounder and threw a run-scoring wild pitch. In a surprise, the guilty club was the Miami Marlins, not the New York Mets.
Ask any Mets fan about David Wright, and chances are they’ll make a case for No. 5 to stay in Flushing. Well, good news.
In light of Monday’s brutal loss, I couldn’t help but think back to the good old days — when the organization had a plethora of talent and the sky seemed to be the limit. It wasn’t 25 years ago, although it feels like it might as well have been.
Even if neither New York team reaches its goals, their fans can rejoice in the fates of their foes: archrivals Boston and Philadelphia, who are a combined 30 games out of first place.
Sandy Alderson wants to keep David Wright and R.A. Dickey at Citi Field for the long-term.
It’s always nice to get that retroactive glimpse of what a team can be once in a while, as the struggle to regain some lost equilibrium grinds through this most laborious month.
R.A. Dickey pitched a complete game for his 15th win, stopping Jose Reyes’ 26-game hitting streak as the Mets topped the Marlins, 6-1, on Thursday.
With its fences brought in, Citi Field was supposed to be an advantage for the Mets this season. And it was — for awhile. But now it seems New York can’t buy a win in Flushing.
When Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning with a cut from Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling, Craig was immediately reminded of an image of Sterling parading around the hotel in a bathrobe.
Giancarlo Stanton’s knee appears to be fine. Jose Reyes’ hand? No problem. Chris Young and the New York Mets, meanwhile, are stuck in a painful rut at home.
Jose Reyes extended his hitting streak to a career-high 25 games with an infield single that set up Miami’s big inning, and the Marlins extended the New York Mets’ home losing skid to a month with a 4-2 win Tuesday night.
The Mets return home to Citi Field this week to host their NL East rivals, the Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves.
The infielder decided to stray away from a televised grooming, like Jose Reyes had when his dreadlocks were cut on the MLB Network last winter.
Ruben Tejada personifies the attitude of this Mets team — go ahead keep overlooking us and pretty soon we will pass you in the standings.
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