This July, Major League Baseball’s best players will hop on the 7 train and head to Queens for the All-Star game — it’s the first time Citi Field is hosting the mid-summer classic.
Sure, you can eat really well inside Citi Field. Or you can try one of the many great restaurants located close by.
Both the Yankees and the Mets kick off their 2013 campaigns on Monday — but the usual Opening Day optimism is being tempered by tons of questions surrounding both teams.
As the Mets begin their 2012 campaign we took a look at their home in Flushing.
On a cold, blustery Florida Sunday — much like it might be on Opening Day at Citi Field — Johan Santana returned to the mound for the first time since being shut down for good last season in August.
The all-star third baseman has been dating model Molly Beers for several years. Their relationship went public when Wright threw her a surprise birthday party over the 2008 All-Star break.
Mets fans can forget about the franchise dumping its embattled outfielder and his $16 million price tag for next season, according to the New York Post.
Ike Davis connected twice and reached a career-high 30 homers, Jenrry Mejia pitched five effective innings for his first major league win and the New York Mets beat the plummeting Pittsburgh Pirates 6-2 Monday night for their fourth straight victory.
“I’ve had them on for every start, every bullpen session,” Dickey said. “I was a little angry at first.”
Johan Santana has been activated from the disabled list and makes his return at Citi Field tonight against the Braves.
Matt Harvey has been placed to the Mets’ taxi squad and will start on Thursday.
Each week we’ll be providing you with insight into the best (and worst) baseball players to play in your fantasy baseball league.
How will I greet Opening Day? By Burma-Shaving with my Gem Razor, of course. And who can ever forget that Rheingold beer jingle and the smell of Ball Park franks? Commentary By Jim Burns.
The Bernie Madoff saga has come to a conclusion — at least for Mets fans. This story was a long and boring chore to cover, and I am just glad that we can now talk about what I love: baseball.
The Mets certainly hope that Lucas Duda takes the next step this year. If he does, he may indeed become one of the most feared bats in the National League.