Chris Capuano’s marvelous shutout on Friday ranks with great performances in Mets’ history. John Schweibacher examines this and various Met statistics.
I know we live in a world where over reaction to any single event has become the way we talk about sports. But this waiver story about David Wright really makes me laugh.
The Mets have a golden opportunity to learn a lot about themselves in the next six weeks. They can fade into the sunset or they can fight through games even though so much is going wrong right now.
Jose Reyes was voted the starting shortstop (he’s on the DL and won’t play) and Carlos Beltran was selected as a reserve for the 2011 All-Star Game. Here are the Mets’ top ten most memorable All-Star Game performances.
I am here to tell you that trading either Jose Reyes or David Wright is crazy talk if the Mets plan on winning anything in the near future.
Mike Pelfrey’s struggles have been well-documented. Despite his solid 3.66 ERA in 2010, Pelfrey holds a dubious distinction among pitchers in club history…
Former Mets manager Joe Frazier, who led the team for just one full season before it went into a sharp decline, has died of a massive heart attack in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He was 88.
Mike Pelfrey won his 15th game of the season this past Thursday against the Pirates. Pelfrey is the 10th right-handed pitcher in Mets history to record 15 or more wins in a year.
Mark Teixeira expressed concern for his Yankee team moving forward without the services of Andy Pettitte. Boomer took the comments as Tex paying Andy a compliment. Craig took the comments as a sign of weakness.