New York Mets
Noah Syndergaard pitched six-hit ball into the eighth inning and connected for his first major league home run as the Mets beat the Phillies 7-0 Wednesday to complete a three-game sweep.
The slumping utility outfielder has been traded to Los Angeles (AL) for cash, the Mets announced on Wednesday.
Terry Collins’ crew sits at a crossroads. The trend, despite two straight wins over the beatable Phillies, can resume its downward spiral in the coming days. Or, perhaps some positive things can happen.
Wilmer Flores singled home the winning run with two outs in the 10th inning for his second huge hit in two days, giving the New York Mets a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.
“If we stay with the five-man, I’m going to take you out after five innings. You guys OK with that?” Collins remembered telling the group.
Though assistant GM John Ricco reportedly claimed that “doctors aren’t that worried about it,” stenosis isn’t something that just goes away.
With the Rangers one loss from a long vacation, New York needs some juice from one of the baseball locals. But our clubs are hardly draining our adrenal glands.
For the Mets, losing the face of their franchise for a big chunk of the season — or all of it — would hurt. The worst-case scenario would be devastating.
Assuming the Mets don’t secure a postseason berth, Alderson should get a pink slip. And the Wilpons, who can’t be fired and clearly have no intention of selling, will continue to kill our spirits and run this franchise into the ground.
The sleepover is another way for Mets fans to have fun at the ballpark. They can watch the game, enjoy a movie, meet Mets alumni and then sleep under the stars in the outfield.
Wilmer Flores hit a tiebreaking three-run homer off Justin De Fratus in the sixth inning to help Bartolo Colon and the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-3 Monday.
Often times during his media sessions, Mets manager Terry Collins can be heard speaking a language that could be described as incomprehensible.
Boomer and Craig tried to make sense of the Wright injury, offered a Game 6 preview and continued to carry themselves as National Treasures on this Tuesday morning in NYC.
Wright hasn’t played since pulling his right hamstring against Philadelphia on April 14. His rehabilitation was put on hold May 6 when back pain developed.
The New York Mets return home this week to face division rivals Philadelphia and Miami following a lost weekend in Pittsburgh.