Ike Davis, David Wright and the Mets continue to be hit by hard luck with their latest ailments.
The Mets have officially waived goodbye to failed top prospect Fernando Martinez.
Scott Hairston is back. Jeff Stevens and utilityman Corey Wimberly have been signed to minor league deals. Please check IDs at the door so we know who you are.
Alderson thinks his payroll-cutting Mets can improve on last year’s 77-85 record and fourth-place finish in the NL East.
The 31-year-old hit .235 with seven home runs, 24 RBIs and eight doubles in 79 games last season.
The Mets have provided way too much material for me this season, and now, with their season spiraling totally out of control, still more injuries have taken center stage. I wrote in early April that a rash of oblique strains had dominated baseball’s preseason. Well, in the case of the Mets, here we go again.
One more loss. Two more players hurt. It’s been that kind of season for the Mets.
From Generation K to recording his 300th save with the Mets, Jason Isringhausen’s career has come full circle.
Rick Ankiel scored on Ian Desmond’s chopper up the middle in the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday, giving the Washington Nationals a 3-2 win over the New York Mets on a scorcher of a summer afternoon.
Scott Hairston, subbing for ailing All-Star Carlos Beltran, hit a long homer and drove in a career-best five runs as the Mets hammered Phillies ace Cole Hamels 11-2.
Pinch-hitter Scott Hairston hit a tiebreaking home run off All-Star Brian Wilson in the ninth inning, leading the Mets past the San Francisco Giants 5-2 on Friday night.
Scott Hairston launched a bases-loaded triple and Ronny Paulino contributed four hits as part of another offensive barrage by the New York Mets, who beat the Detroit Tigers 16-9 on Wednesday night.
D.J. Carrasco’s balk in the 10th inning gave the Atlanta Braves 9-8 win over the New York Mets on Thursday night.
Back home but still scuffling, the punchless Mets went down quietly against the Houston Astros on Tuesday — and now find themselves in the National League basement. In fact, their .294 winning percentage is the worst in MLB.
Sweet-swinging Troy Tulowitzki clobbered home runs in each game of a doubleheader Thursday, and the Rockies wrapped up a four-game sweep of the Mets in style, winning 6-5 and 9-4.