Schwei’s Mets Notes: Rocky Mountain Low, An April To Remember & MoreAfter allowing 28 runs in the first three games of the set, Mets pitchers combined to allow just one run in Sunday's win. It was just the fifth time in club history that they held the Rockies to one run or less at Coors Field.
Schwei’s Mets Notes: Dillon Gee Still Unbeaten In Rubber Games & MoreAccording to the Elias Sports Bureau, Gee is now 4-0 with a 3.61 earned run average in nine career starts in rubber games.
Mets Replace Jose Valverde With Kyle Farnsworth As CloserValverde got the job when Bobby Parnell went down with an elbow injury after blowing a save on opening day.
Collins: Mejia May Best Serve The Mets Out Of The BullpenWhere does Jenrry Mejia fit with the Mets? At this point it's a mystery, but manager Terry Collins says he expects him to be a valuable addition no matter what his role is.
Palladino: Mets Only Wish They Had Yankees’ ProblemsWhile some Yankees fans engaged themselves in some minor hand-wringing over Masahiro Tanaka’s middle-distance running capabilities, just as many Mets fans wondered why on earth Ike Davis is still on the roster.
Mets Attempt To Solidify Bullpen, Announce Signing Of FarnsworthThe veteran right-hander, who is known for his blazing fastball and bouts with his control, signed a minor league contract with the Mets and will be extended an invite to spring training.
Yankees Snap Road Skid, Cano Comes Through In 4-3 WinKyle Fansworth lost control in 8th, set up a silver platter for Robinson Cano who delivered the game-winning, go-ahead RBIs. Yankees won 4-3 on Sunday.
Coleman's Corner: Breaking Down Mets Free Agent OptionsEd Coleman discusses the Mets' chances of holding onto Jose Reyes and various free agent options for the Amazins.
Hartnett: Wild Card Wednesday Produces Difficult Path For YankeesThe outcome of 'Wild Card Wednesday' has made the Yankees' playoff match-ups the toughest possible. Verlander and the Tigers are no easy task and the Rays are built for playoff success.
In Front Of Rockin' Yankee Stadium Crowd, Derek Jeter Pulls Closer To 3,000Yankee Stadium was rocking and Derek Jeter kept swinging, from the first pitch to the final out. Eager to make history and put the hoopla behind him, Jeter quickly doubled for his 2,998th career hit. That was all he got Thursday night.