Harvey will get a chance to notch a win against his childhood team Tuesday when the Mets take on the Yankees at Citi Field.
Subway Series tickets can get pricey. No surprise there. Apparently that also applies to Yankees family members.
David Robertson got right to the point after giving up the go-ahead run in the eighth inning Monday night: “I did a terrible job. I didn’t have command of anything tonight.”
Mo sat in front of a sculpture of Jackie Robinson’s No. 42, and chatted about everything from his cut fastball to the 2000 World Series that pitted New York’s teams against one another in a true Subway Series.
Daniel Murphy emphatically flipped his bat to the ground while he ran to first on his RBI single to center field. Take that Brett Gardner.
With the Yankees visiting Citi Field, Mets’ first baseman Ike Davis is looking to keep the momentum going.
Rivera says the Subway Series has become more like a divisional game in recent years.
The four total games will be the fewest between the Mets and Yanks since the first two seasons of interleague play back in 1997 and 1998 when the teams played just one three-game series.
As we prepare to enjoy all the blessings our American freedom bestow on us, let’s first remember that it all comes with a price far higher than any field level box. Observe first, just for a few minutes. Then we can celebrate.
Though the Yankees have all but lost their division lead during an inconsistent road trip, a date with the crosstown rival Mets may be what they need to get it back.
David Wright didn’t want to wade the fair versus unfair waters, but starter R.A. Dickey wasn’t afraid to go there. While some — perhaps many — Mets fans would agree, not everyone was on board with the sentiment that less is more.
The number of games between Interleague rivals — such as the Yankees and Mets, Cubs and White Sox and Dodgers and Angels — will be reduced under Major League Baseball’s new scheduling format for 2013.
The baton has been passed over to Robinson Cano to become the main force in the Yankees’ lineup. Lately, Cano has taken the baton and ran with it, as he’s carrying the offense on his back.
Well, on Saturday and Sunday, Terry Collins was more like Tom Collins. On the rocks.
If you look at films of the greatest hitters in history, the only one of the all-time greats with a swing even close to as artistic as Cano’s was the one that the legendary Ted Williams used for the Red Sox.