Former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson was present for New York’s historic collapse of 2007 and Oliver Perez’s temporary resurgence. Peterson joined WFAN’s Boomer & Carton on Tuesday to recap the highs and lows of his time in Flushing.
Scott Hairston hit two solo homers and the New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 13-3 Sunday.
Not that he had much choice, but Oliver Perez has not fought the decision to go to the pen – he can deal with it whether he likes it or not.
Having failed to earn back a job in the starting rotation, Oliver Perez is ready to pitch out of the Mets’ bullpen.
Oliver Perez is inching closer and closer to the end of his Mets’ career. According to the Daily News, “most decision-makers believe that it is time to cut Perez.” Instead, the Mets decided to give Perez a shot at the wide-open lefty specialist competition.
Hunter Pence and Carlos Lee had RBI hits during a three-run first inning against Oliver Perez and the Houston Astros beat the Mets 5-4 Tuesday in a split-squad game.
For Met fans who want to kiss the enigmatic Ollie goodbye after this start, don’t pucker up just yet. Perez was promised starts this spring – and Collins is a man of his word.
Closer Francisco Rodriguez pitched a scoreless inning in his spring debut and New York beat a split squad of St. Louis Cardinals 3-0 Thursday.
Oliver Perez will be pitching for his Mets’ career today, and for that Craigie would like to celebrate, calling it one of the best things to happen to Mets fans in years.
According to the NY Daily News, Mets fans may finally get their chance to wave goodbye to Oliver Perez if the lefty doesn’t “show significant improvement” against the Cardinals on Thursday.
Could today be Craig’s lucky day? Maybe so with Oliver Perez reportedly pitching for his Mets’ career against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Mets fans got a glimpse of Oliver Perez in his spring debut Sunday. Unfortunately for the erratic lefty, his performance was less than stellar.
Oliver Perez, who is hoping for a spot at the back end of the Mets rotation, allowed four earned runs and walked three in only two innings
Oliver Perez, our favorite piñata, is back in the news. As always, he slides in slowly, like one of his hanging curveballs, with his own delusional bent.
Mets fans may not agree, but Oliver Perez wants to start for New York. “I think why I’m here has always been as a starting pitcher,” Perez said Monday after reporting to the Mets’ spring training complex.