As long as the bulldog attitude continues, the Mets may have found themselves a closer.
Rain has forced the Braves to postpone their game Saturday against the Mets. A makeup date has yet to be determined.
The Mets selected the contract of outfielder Andrew Brown from Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday and sent down Collin Cowgill to take his spot.
Outside of Jon Niese and Matt Harvey, the Mets are clearly not a reliable lot. Especially on offense.
Make it six losses in a row. And more abject futility. It’s enough to drive manager Terry Collins crazy.
“We just can’t drive in any runs,” manager Terry Collins said. “We played all the percentages we could play all game long, and nothing worked.”
“It’s not something I’m worried about,” Wright said before heading to treatment. “I just wouldn’t be any good to anybody today. Hopefully it’s just one day, and then I’ll be back in there.”
X-rays were negative and Niese left with a bruise. The Mets said he was day to day. “We’ll see how it feels tomorrow,” Niese said. “But I should be able to throw a bullpen and make my next start.”
Shaun Marcum pitched five scoreless innings in an extended spring training game Monday, putting him in line to make his New York Mets debut Saturday against Philadelphia.
Time to head home and warm up. A frigid road trip for the Mets came to a miserable end Thursday, though Friday’s game should be sizzling.
The team’s top positional prospect was injured when he took a foul tip off the foot while catching Wednesday night, Mets GM Sandy Alderson said.
For the Mets, it’s been Jon Niese, Matt Harvey and pray for rain — or snow. Or perhaps Zack Wheeler?
On a night when Roy Halladay looked more like an aging star on the decline, Matt Harvey showed he’s got the stuff to replace him as the big-time ace in the NL East.
Once regarded as a mere extra part in the R.A. Dickey trade with Toronto, John Buck is handling things quite well and looks like much more than a placeholder for Travis d’Arnaud.
John Buck drove in four RBIs and was at the center of an rare home plate call as the Mets defeated the Marlins 7-3 on Saturday.
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