Month: April 2015

What we learned from this road trip

After winning eleven straight ballgames, the Mets have dropped four out of their last six contests. The fan-base is getting antsy, it doesn’t take someone two minutes on twitter to figure that out. I think that we all have to understand that the Mets, Mike Trout, any other “god” like

Captain Wright expected back this weekend

David Wright injured his hamstring sliding into second base during the April 14th game versus the Phillies. Wright needs to know that we need him for better things than stealing a base, and the good news is that the Mets will be able to tell him that in person as

Bluefish mustered up some “Magic” in Bridgeport

Bridgeport, Conn.- The Bridgeport Bluefish opened up their 2015 campaign on Friday, and dropped the game in extra innings versus the Camden Riversharks. Sure, the Bluefish have their flaws, and, sure, there may be fierce competitors in the Atlantic League, but Bridgeport has a strong core of former MLB Players,

Is Daniel Murphy running out of time?

During today’s 8-2 victory over the Yankees, I was having a discussion with two fans on Twitter who said that the rope on Daniel Murphy is running low. This comes after Murphy’s three major errors that seemed to be brain-lapses, all happening at critical stages of each game. Murphy’s batting

VIDEO: All Mets walk-off’s of 2014

This is a really cool video that I stumbled upon. Walk off wins are my favorite. They are always so memorable, and now you can re-live them!

Mets have shown Authority during this Homestand

The Opening homestand for the Mets could not be drawn up any better record-wise. Yes, there have been injuries that could be troublesome moving forward, but I think that there are a lot of positives that should not be overlooked. This year, the Mets have been doing things that they

VIDEO: SportsManias DieHard Tour hits Queens

“Big Al” Alex Perrault was in Queens for the Mets homestand against the Marlins as part of the SportsManias DieHard Tour. It’s a vlog-style series that profiles the tailgating and gameday traditions of diehard sports fans across the country. Alex profiles some of the Citi Field staples and so much more! Don’t

Happy 10th Birthday to

Originally posted on Blogs Central:
Have you heard the news? We’re now “” and we just relaunched Major League Baseball’s blogging community with a new look to coincide with the 10th blogaversary of Tommy’s first post. Read all about it at the new home for Make sure…


Travis d’Arnaud’s fractured hand will take at least four to five weeks to heal, succeeded by baseball activities, if all things go to plan, reports Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. d’Arnaud hasn’t been sitting at home away from action, though. d’Arnaud took just promoted prospect Kevin Plawecki out to

Padres Take Series as Lester Remains Winless

Originally posted on Born on Third:
Full Box Score Things started out well enough today as the Cubs jumped on the listless Padres with two runs in the bottom of the first.  I say listless because the Padres were sleepwalking in the first, they made two errors and looked generally…

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