Except for the games Matt Harvey pitches, the Mets have fallen out of relevance. There’s only one solution. It’s Wheeler time.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Shaun Marcum was unable to pitch a simulated game for the Mets because of pain in his neck and is doubtful to come off the disabled list to start Sunday against […]
Not to put any undue pressure on Matt Harvey, but a well-thrown game against the Padres today would look awfully nice for the top of that Mets rotation.
Dillon Gee got scared when team doctors told him they couldn’t feel a pulse in his right arm. Nine days later, a relieved Gee is talking about pitching for the Mets again this season.
Just because he’s a knuckleballer, that doesn’t mean his arm is invincible.
Dillon Gee, not expected to play a large role in 2011, has become a trusted mainstay in the Mets’ rotation — and possesses all the qualities of a starter that can be depended on by the franchise for the next decade.
Gee does not have the stuff that blows you away. He does not light up the radar gun. For those of you who remember the ’86 Mets, he is very much a right-handed Bobby Ojeda. Smart, durable and a winner.