After depriving his starving fans for close to four months, the parody song magician that is Al Dukes found himself back in the Allstate Studio Tuesday morning…
If all three don’t have bounce-back years it won’t matter what the new guys do. Consider these three guys the core for 2014.
And I picked this team to win 84 games. Who am I kidding? Probably myself.
Monday’s 10-inning affair told Boomer and Craig about all they needed to know with regards to the outlook moving forward for Terry Collins’ ballclub.
Clad in a Mets hat and personalized jersey, he threw a soft pitch for a strike over the plate Monday to mark Opening Day against the Washington Nationals.
The Mets often play their best baseball on opening day. This year that good fortune will be put to the test against the Nationals and hard-throwing right-hander Stephen Strasburg.
It’s Opening Day … and the Mets are already banged up. Well, that may be a bit of an overstatement, but the Amazin’s first lineup of the season is missing some key pieces.
The Mets have won 34 of their last 44 Opening Day games, including seven of their last eight. It will be the fourth time the Mets will play their season opener at Citi Field, having won all three previous times.
Whether you’re going to the game or just parking on the couch, you’ll want to know what’s going on prior to 1:10 p.m., when the Mets and Nationals officially get the season started at Citi Field.
Until they start throwing around the old hardball for real, everybody’s even despite the obvious baggage the Mets bring against the Nationals on Monday or the improvements the Yanks take to Houston on Tuesday.
Hernandez will be back in the booth alongside Ron Darling and Gary Cohen this season, so he offered up his take on a Mets team that Sandy Alderson predicted will win 90 games.
Boomer is plenty excited about today marking the start of baseball season, but apparently not excited enough for his little buddy’s liking.
Some Opening Day moments changed the game forever, others are just really freakin’ cool. Here are five of our favorites.
“It’s a big honor,” Gee said. “I’m very thankful for that opportunity, but really I’ve just got to take it like any other game. It’s just one of 30-something starts I hope to get this year.”
The 27-year-old told manager Terry Collins on Wednesday that his arm feels “dead,” according to MLB.com. He’s headed to New York to get an MRI on his shoulder. Collins said it’s just a precautionary move.