New York Mets
David Wright is expected to be activated from the DL next week. But it might be a while before he gets regular playing time.
One streak ended, one streak remained intact. Neither of those developments was good for the Mets.
Boomer eventually let Lora go, but the spirited discussion on the Mets continued…
The 7 Line Army got a shout-out from Mets legend Mike Piazza on Twitter and Curtis Granderson after his two-home-run performance.
When looking at the captain’s season, it’s not hard to see that Wright has just as good a chance of adding nothing than he has of becoming that added offensive spark all true playoff contenders need.
Bobby Parnell has not been the same pitcher since opening day of 2014 — and now he’s back on the disabled list.
The Nationals won’t lose forever, and the Mets need to get back on track in a hurry. It appears that captain David Wright will help them do so in the coming days.
While Terry Collins is finding solace in the Mets’ position atop the NL East, the Orioles are in a much tighter race for an AL wild-card spot.
The “National Treasures” that are Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton found their way back to the Allstate Studio Tuesday morning after a well-deserved four-day weekend.
After building a 4 1/2-game lead in the National League East with a four-game sweep of the Rockies, the Mets failed to widen the gap between themselves and the Nationals.
In two outings this series, Parnell, who’s coming off Tommy John surgery, gave up five hits and six runs — four earned — while only getting two outs. Both times he was booed off the mound.
Gregory Polanco singled home the go-ahead run in the 10th inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates ended the Mets’ seven-game home winning streak, stopping New York 3-2 Friday night.
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Curtis Granderson and Kelly Johnson each homered and drove in three runs, powering the New York Mets to a 12-3 rout of the Colorado Rockies that completed a four-game sweep Thursday.
“Best pitcher in the game, hands down,” Gonzalez said. “His fastball jumps. … When you get two strikes against a guy like him, you don’t even know what to look for.”