Some main attractions are missing as the Mets host the San Diego Padres in their season opener Monday.
Dillon Gee and Jeremy Hefner each had a poor day in the Mets’ final warmup before Opening Day.
The Mets’ captain made his first appearance in a big league game since sustaining a rib injury during the World Baseball Classic, going 0-for-3 and playing five innings for New York in a 7-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.
It’s a question that seemed unthinkable during the winter months and at the start of spring training: which team will have more talent on April 1?
The split squad Mets were defeated by the Tigers 9-4 on Sunday.
While Mets have had their share of injuries during spring training, but Shaun Marcum’s right shoulder doesn’t appear to be a major issue.
David Wright doesn’t regret his decision to play in the World Baseball Classic and feels risks come whenever you play baseball.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Wright would rest for three to five days. Only time will tell whether the 30-year-old star is ready to begin the regular season on April 1, the GM said on Friday.
Mets starter Jon Niese threw three scoreless innings in his major league exhibition debut. He had thrown two innings against the University of Michigan earlier this week. Niese gave up three hits, struck out three and picked off a baserunner.
The Mets couldn’t help but rave about the ace up the 22-year-old right-hander’s sleeve.
R.A. Dickey earned his 16th win of the season as the Mets finally snapped their losing skid on Saturday.
Collin McHugh pitched two-hit ball over seven scoreless innings for the Mets in his Major League debut, but the Colorado Rockies completed their second straight four-game sweep of New York with a 1-0 victory on Thursday.
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.
Thanks to Mets infielder Justin Turner, many Tri-State area sports fans are familiar with Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit, “Call Me Maybe.” Even if they won’t admit it.
Harvey, the Mets’ top pick in the 2010 draft, set a franchise record for strikeouts in a debut. He also doubled and singled to become the first pitcher since 1900 to strike out more than 10 and collect a pair of hits in his first game.