Month: September 2015

Matthew Cerrone on the I’d Just as soon Kiss a Mookie podcast

If you haven’t listened already, Shannon Shark and Jason Fry do this really cool podcast on a weekly basis, which lately has included a cool special guest, including Kevin Burkhardt and Michael Baron. Anyway, here is a link to this week’s podcast with Matthew Cerrone of MetsBlog as the guest.

Mets 2015 #THIS Postseason Commercial

A memoir on September 26th 2015

 September 26th 2015. One of the most special days that I can remember!  It started out with a 6:00am wakeup call, and a 6:25 Metro North train ride. Upon arrival at Grand Central, my parents and I quickly took two subways to Penn Station, and hopped on the NJ Transit

VIDEO: Mets clinch 2015 NL East Title

Must Watch: “Right Now” 2015 Mets Pump-Up

With the Nationals loss, the Mets can decrease their magic number to 3. Steven Matz is on the hill. You can watch live on SNY or listen in on WOR.

The Mets lead is safe, but that shouldn’t excuse the Mets from what happened on Sunday

“Those days are gone. Pitchers aren’t meant to go deep.” – Ron Darling during Monday’s SNY telecast of Braves & Mets. As all of you may know, Matt Harvey was pulled during the sunday night Subway Series matchup after the fifth inning with the Mets leading 1-0, after which the

@Mets Lineups for 9/21

Tonight's lineup:@cgrand3 RFMurphy 3B@ynscspds CFDuda 1Bd’Arnaud CJohnson 2B@mconforto8 LFFlores SSNiese P#Mets — New York Mets (@Mets) September 21, 2015

The Mets pitching better be there in the postseason

deGrom hasn’t been good lately. Neither has Harvey, or Syndergaard. Even Matz hasn’t been “spectacular”. And the other guys? Niese and Colon? Consistently inconsistent. And, to make matters worse, every critic wants to shut down the young guys. Buy and large, the Mets pitching staff is not having it’s most

I’m not worried. But I can’t help think about 2007.

I remember it well. Too well. Game 162 of 2007. The day after John Maine’s near no-hitter, a bench clearing brawl, and Lastings Milledge’s big day. It was a one o’clock start, and Tom Glavine was on the mound. I guess it was because I was so young, but I

The Mets are going to clinch. But when?

While the fact that the Mets can clinch in a few series is very cool, we can’t help but project when that might happen. It’s no secret that the Mets would love to clinch at home. It’s extremely unlikely that they are going to clinch in the final home stand,

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