New York Mets
The Dynamic Radio Duo looked back at some of the Opening Day starters throughout the years and they noticed a common theme…
Boomer and Craig got today’s radio program underway with more reaction to the Mets’ decision to start Bartolo Colon. Hint: they don’t like it.
Mat Latos gave up seven hits in an eight-run second inning, and the New York Mets routed the Miami Marlins 12-3 Monday.
Max Scherzer will be the opening day starter for the Washington Nationals instead of Stephen Strasburg, who has made the previous three opening day starts.
It looks like the Amazin’s are putting age before Harvey.
If New York’s top offseason acquisition plays 140-plus games and hits like he’s capable of at the dish, the Mets will compete for a playoff spot.
Boomer and Craig minced no words when expressing their collective displeasure for the ‘Not So Amazin’s.’
A day after being named the Tigers’ opening day starter, David Price struggled, allowing eight hits and two runs in 4 1-3 innings of Detroit’s 6-4 win over the New York Mets on Saturday.
Michael Cuddyer hit his fourth home run of spring training, his second in two days, helping the New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 Friday.
New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler will have Tommy John surgery early next week and is expecting a 14-month rehabilitation, a schedule that would put him back in the major leagues in June 2016.
Long is entering his first season with the Amazin’s, and one player in particular reminds him of the future Hall of Famer. No, not David Wright. Try newcomer Michael Cuddyer.
Dillon Gee allowed two hits over 3 2-3 scoreless innings in his return to the Mets’ rotation, and a New York split squad beat the Houston Astros 3-1 Thursday.
Taking a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.
The Mets were hoping they had acquired their catcher of the future when they traded for d’Arnaud in 2013. After a slow start to his Mets career he broke out late last season and looks poised for a big year this season.
The loss of Zack Wheeler is a huge blow to the Mets, but staff ace Matt Harvey still believes that the Amazin’s can contend in 2015. And he’s ready to lead the way.