Jerry Recco’s first update of the morning began on a sour note for those who root on the Mets.
Harvey clamped down after giving up an early long ball, striking out nine over seven innings to end a two-game losing streak in the Mets’ 6-2 victory Thursday night.
“It’s a situation that they feel is necessary right now,” Harvey said Wednesday morning on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show.
Stewart — a lifelong Mets fan — was thrilled to have the star pitcher on his program, and he didn’t hide his enthusiasm.
“If we stay with the five-man, I’m going to take you out after five innings. You guys OK with that?” Collins remembered telling the group.
The Pulse of the People committee has spoken! Will Craig Carton, a five-time winner, beat out the strongest contenders yet?
Oft-criticized quarterback Geno Smith has been named the Jets’ starter (for now) — which is good news for him, at least.
It seems everyone, including my treasonous editors, have demanded a public apology from yours truly.
The Mets ace kept his comments upbeat and centered on the team — not himself — after New York’s hard-luck loss Wednesday night.
Noah Syndergaard made his major league debut Tuesday night and, if you don’t already know by now, his nickname is “Thor.”
Ryan Howard homered and drove in two runs, Cole Hamels outpitched Matt Harvey and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets 3-1 Friday night.
“I think that he has more talent than I do, and he has better chances to do better than I did,” the iconic pitcher said of Harvey.
After riding high for much of April, the Mets have been shut down in May, finding themselves on the losing end of consecutive 1-0 home losses for the first time in 42 years.
Matt Harvey outpitched Max Scherzer, barely, and the New York Mets backed their ace with a lot of fancy fielding before breaking away from the Washington Nationals 4-0 Friday night.
Wilmer Flores and the Mets seemed to be off to such a perfect start Thursday night. Then the shaky shortstop made yet another error, fumbling away a routine double-play grounder, and things quickly unraveled.