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.
Plenty of no-name Mets are contributing to the Amazins’ unexpected rise toward becoming NL East contenders.
No offense to David Wright and Terry Collins, but the Mets’ All-Star third baseman is no Derek Jeter.
By the end of New York’s 8-4 loss to the Phillies, Plan C at shortstop, Justin Turner, was out with a badly sprained right ankle.
With Justin Turner heading to the DL, there is some uncertainty regarding who will be playing shortstop for the Mets when they take the field against the Phillies in Flushing.
Mets shortstop Justin Turner was helped off the field after injuring his right ankle during a rundown at the end of the third inning
Despite Mets first baseman Ike Davis’ issues at the plate this season, it’s unlikely that he’ll be the one sent down when Jason Bay returns to action, according to sources.
The Mets’ bullpen imploded in sensational fashion as the Marlins won 8-4 on a Giancarlo Stanton walk-off home run.
All right, class. Raise your hands if you thought the 2012 Mets would be sitting five games over .500 at this point.
The Mets, who everyone left for dead this offseason, are alive and well in the tough NL East.
The Mets may need to find a stand-in for Jose Reyes’ full-time replacement.
Chris Snyder hit a three-run home run and Jed Lowrie had a two-run shot to give the Houston Astros a 6-3 win over the New York Mets on Tuesday night.
Justin Turner drew a bases-loaded walk in a sensational 13-pitch at-bat and Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning as the Mets rallied past Heath Bell and Miami, 3-2, on Thursday.
Mets third baseman David Wright isn’t on the disabled list — yet. But he won’t be on the field on Friday night, either. New York announced its lineup for tonight’s game against Philadelphia, and the club’s most feared hitter isn’t in it.