Whether he attempted to send a message to his team or simply lost control is up for interpretation, but what’s indisputable is that Terry Collins is not a happy camper at the moment.
Ex-Met Jason Pridie has been suspended 50 games for a second violation of a drug of abuse under baseball’s minor league testing program.
Mets third baseman David Wright had an ultrasound-guided injection on Monday to his left rib-cage area. The former All-Star third baseman returned to New York on Friday to have his sore rib cage examined.
Mets reliever Tim Byrdak is set to undergo surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee, according to CBSSports’ Jon Heyman.
Matt Harvey stole the show once again on Friday. The young pitcher, whom Sandy Koufax was looking to meet at Mets camp the other day, retired all six Atlanta batters he faced.
Dillon Gee allowed two runs on five hits in three innings as the Mets defeated an Atlanta Braves split-squad, 5-3, on Friday.
Johan Santana is a pitching superstar, and that swagger is very important to a franchise that has not had much to puff their chest out about lately.
Jonathon Niese used his nervous energy to pitch two hitless innings for New York in a 7-0 win over a Miami Marlins split-squad that played without former Mets star Jose Reyes. Niese faced seven batters, striking out two and walking one while throwing 19 of 31 pitches for strikes.
New York Mets ace Johan Santana pitched two scoreless innings against St. Louis on Tuesday in his first game facing Major League hitters in 18 months. Santana gave up one hit and one walk. He threw 29 pitches — 17 for strikes — in the Mets’ second game of Spring Training.
Former New York Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra was sentenced Monday to three years in state prison in a grand theft auto case. Los Angeles County superior court judge Cynthia Ulfig sentenced Dykstra after refusing to allow him to withdraw a no-contest plea.
WFAN.com’s Rich Coutinho had a chance to talk to David Wright today in Port St. Lucie about his strained left rib-cage muscle, and the Mets’ third baseman clarified the issue by calling the scaling back of his workouts merely precautionary.
The Hall of Fame catcher, diagnosed last May with a malignant brain tumor, received results of his latest MRI exam Thursday, according to the online journal of his daughter, Kimmy Bloomers.
Today, Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ was centered around a certain orally fixated pitchers the Mets recently signed to a one-year contract, worth $5.6 million…
When Al Dukes informed Boomer & Craig that former big league pitcher Al Leiter was going to join the Program today, the Dynamic Radio Duo tried to figure out why. Not to worry though, Leiter is always entertaining…
It’s always darkest before the dawn. And fans will see what awaits in Mets’ stockings this holiday season. Maybe G.M. Alderson can be a Sandy Claus to answer a myriad of Met wishes now and in the future.