Coming up at Citi Field, the night Mets fans have eagerly anticipated for more than a year and a half: Matt Harvey back on the mound in Queens.
“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
There was an emphatic anti-A-Rod crowd for the series opener in Baltimore, led by 56-year-old Tolbert Rowe, who stood and turned his back for each and every one of Rodriguez’s at-bats.
With the pageantry and tradition of Opening Day, America’s pastime is officially back.
This isn’t the worst thing to ever happen at Citi Field. But it’s a great example of how not to act at a ballgame.
Things really couldn’t have been any better at Citi Field, aside from one beer-throwing jerk, but we’ll just leave it at that.
Die-hard Mets fans showed up at Citi Field around 9 a.m., four hours before Monday’s game against the Phillies.
Baltimore could again find itself in a slugfest Monday night should the Yankees replicate the offensive outburst they showcased their last time out.
People attached a lot of adjectives to the Mets’ chances before Saturday’s news. Young. Eager. Resilient. Solid. It’s amazing how the conversation changed so quickly.
Alex Rodriguez had a three-run double in a seven-run first-inning outburst, and the New York Yankees broke out the bats and avoided their worst start in more than 25 years with a 14-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night.
Backed by Michael Cuddyer’s two-run homer in the first inning, Colon led 3-2 before Jonny Gomes’ seventh-inning homer just inside the left-field pole.
Julio Teheran pitched effectively into the seventh inning and the Atlanta Braves stayed hot with a 5-3 victory Saturday night over the New York Mets, who learned earlier that injured closer Jenrry Mejia was suspended 80 games for a positive drug test.
New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia has been given an 80-game suspension without pay, effective immediately, after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, the MLB said Saturday.
Joe Kelly pitched one-hit ball for seven innings and the Boston Red Sox ran over the Yankees 8-4 Saturday, hours after winning their own New York City marathon.
Every year, it’s the same story: Fantasy baseball teams scramble in the first week to pick up that hot rookie or replace dud closer who has already gotten the hook from the manager.