The Mets want to shut down Harvey after 165, 170, 175 innings? Sure. Why not. A few days ago, I probably would have said otherwise. But I always reserve the right to change my mind.
Matt Harvey stole the show in Arizona on Thursday night. That’s what happens when phenoms fulfill their promise. But don’t forget about manager Terry Collins.
The Mets are in a free fall and the frustration of their stunning slide from the playoff race is taking its toll.
A struggling, hurting Johan Santana was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday.
In a season with two extra playoff teams and a great deal of parity, virtually every franchise has hope heading into the season’s second half. That’s why you should care about Tuesday’s Midsummer Classic.
Manager Davey Johnson said his young fireballer’s struggles could be directly attributed to a case of having ‘Icy Hot’ on his private parts. Wait, what?!
Happy 50th Anniversary to the Amazin’s — with Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg coming out of the birthday cake.
Stephen Strasburg outpitched Johan Santana for six innings, and the Washington Nationals’ bullpen made the lead stand up for a 4-0 victory over New York on the 50th anniversary of the Mets’ first game.
What’s the next best thing to a free game on Easter Sunday? How about a pitchers’ duel for less than three bucks.
At 22 years old, Madison Bumgarner’s already accomplished an incredible amount in the Majors, but his career is just getting started.
Jordan Zimmermann will be a big piece of a Washington team that is only going to get better over the next few years.
Dustin Ackley’s never going to hit 40 homers and he’s never going to steal 40 bases, but with his game, he doesn’t have to.
The Indians’ Jason Kipnis may not be a stud in one particular facet of the game, but his well-rounded offense at second base gives him a high ceiling.
Ian Desmond had a career-high five hits and Tommy Milone earned his first major league win, leading the Washington Nationals over the slumping Mets 10-1 on Thursday for a rare four-game sweep.
Stephen Strasburg’s unorthodox delivery coupled with the extraordinary pace of his pitches is thought by many to have made his elbow more vulnerable.