April 16th, 2015
What a win! There are games that you know the Mets would have lost tragically in years past. The Mets are much more aggressive this year, as Rich MacLeod of Just Mets explains…
The Mets opened a four-game set at Citi Field on Wednesday, beating the Marlins 7-5. Here are my takeaways from tonight’s game…
How about that offensive showing? After trailing 3-0 early and looking hapless at the plate for a few innings against Jarred Cosart, the Mets offense got going into gear and wound up scoring seven runs in the game.
What really jumpstarted the offense tonight was Wilmer Flores who hit a game-tying, 3-run home run in the 5th inning, a hit he sorely needed. Flores has struggled both in the field and at the plate, so for him to not only get his first longball of the season but his first RBIs of the season as well, and for them to tie the game, was big.
After giving up the lead the following half inning, the Mets once again responded, this time with an RBI single from Michael Cuddyer
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The Mets have been a part of me since the 2006 MLB Postseason. There really hasn’t been much to cheer about in recent past, and it’s been really frustrating. I’m sick of hearing the “soon” talks. So sick, that I’m going to contemplate taking a month long break of Baseball if the Mets don’t have an above par season. I know I’m not the only one with the same feelings towards the Mets. There are many things that annoy me with this team….. In the meantime I am very happy with the Mets current winning streak. And even though we only have a small sample to judge things are looking better already. It seems that is not only my being sick of the last seven years. Most importantly some key players and managers are sick also