After watching Jose Reyes walk without so much as a slap on the rump juxtaposed with the Mets’ recent desire to talk contract extension with David Wright, I wondered if Alderson knew something we didn’t. Are the Mets in fact better without Reyes?
It appears Mike Pelfrey’s one percent chance to avoid surgery is all but gone.
Mets fans just watched one of their supposed franchise players return to Citi Field wearing the uniform of a different team. They should hope that for the sake of a better future, the other franchise guy sticks around sporting his trademark # 5.
New York lost 18-9 to the Colorado Rockies on Friday night, done in by six errors and an 11-run inning by the Rockies that overwhelmed the offensive display by Scott Hairston, who hit for the cycle.
As the Mets kick off a three-game series in Colorado on Friday night looking for their fourth consecutive victory, the club turns to Chris Schwinden to make his first start of the season.
If the Mets want to keep Pelfrey under their control, in December they would have to offer him at least $4.55 million for 2013 — a year he’d miss a big chunk of.
The Mets say starter Mike Pelfrey will likely undergo Tommy John surgery, which would sideline him until next year. Pelfrey has a partially torn ligament in his pitching elbow. He was put on the disabled list Tuesday when an MRI showed swelling in the joint.
Mike Pelfrey and Jason Bay have been placed on the DL, the latest round of bad news for a Mets team beset by injuries to key players the past few years.
A little sunshine breaking through the dark clouds that always seem to follow the Mets around.
With the Mets placing both Jason Bay and Mike Pelfrey on the DL Tuesday, Craig declared this morning that the team’s season is officially underway.
The Mets have placed right-hander Mike Pelfrey on the disabled list with elbow swelling.
7,982 games — and counting. Though it would be nice, fans in Flushing aren’t asking for a perfecto. They just want to enjoy a no-hitter. Just once.
Mike Pelfrey has always been an enigma to the New York Mets because he has always possessed great stuff, but has had a hard time getting the consistency that all winning pitchers need. Is this year different?
New York Mets beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 Saturday after blowing a three-run lead moments earlier in one of the wackiest ninth innings imaginable.
All we heard throughout spring training from the so-called “experts” was that the Mets’ starting rotation would be their Achilles’ heel. How’s that look now?