New York Mets
“I think that he has more talent than I do, and he has better chances to do better than I did,” the iconic pitcher said of Harvey.
The Mets wore NYPD hats and held a moment of silence before Tuesday night’s game against Baltimore. Across the field, the O’s autographed a jersey for the Moore family.
That bed Mets GM Sandy Alderson made with Wilmer Flores is starting to feel awfully lumpy. He should at least change the sheets.
Bartolo Colon became the first pitcher in at least 100 years to beat the same opponent with seven different teams, stopping Baltimore once again and leading the New York Mets past the Orioles 3-2 Tuesday night.
As part of the tribute, the Mets will reportedly display Officer Moore’s image on the scoreboard and outside the stadium.
When will David Wright be back in the lineup? Nobody knows — not even Mets general manager Sandy Alderson.
The catcher is hitting .397 with four homers and 15 RBIs at Triple-A Las Vegas. The Mets didn’t announce a corresponding roster move.
“While I’m the boss here, you’re going to have to do what I say,” Wilpon told Martinez, the pitcher writes.
Now that he’s played both sides of the Subway Series rivalry, the Mets center fielder says he sees a difference between fans of the Amazin’s and those who back his former team, the Yankees.
After riding high for much of April, the Mets have been shut down in May, finding themselves on the losing end of consecutive 1-0 home losses for the first time in 42 years.
Weekend series against Washington and its stingy starting rotation. Wrong time for the Mets to hit a serious slump at the plate.
Matt Harvey outpitched Max Scherzer, barely, and the New York Mets backed their ace with a lot of fancy fielding before breaking away from the Washington Nationals 4-0 Friday night.
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The phrase that must have reverberated through Alderson and Cashman’s heads this week sounds like the same one heard outside any casino in Vegas: “You win some, you lose some.”
Wilmer Flores and the Mets seemed to be off to such a perfect start Thursday night. Then the shaky shortstop made yet another error, fumbling away a routine double-play grounder, and things quickly unraveled.