Month: November 2015

I’ll be back (and so will the Mets)

Writing something that people want to read is no easy task. In fact it is extremely difficult to do. I started what was then known as Pepper in 2013, and, two years later, I’m still having a great time. And while I look forward to my third season and fourth

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What’s the latest on Zack Wheeler?

Recently, trade rumors have been discussed and the name Zack Wheeler came into play. Wheeler underwent the infamous Tommy John Surgery in the Spring, and was said to be out for a twelve month span. Now that he’s recovering, his name has been tossed around. Even though he hasn’t played for

Mets to begin and end season on the road in 2016

While it is only November, we can’t help ourselves by looking ahead to 2016. Opening Day for the 2016 season is on April 4th. The Mets will be opening the season on the road in Kansas City, facing the same team they ended their season with this year in the

Daniel Murphy rejects qualifying offer, future with Mets looks bleak

There is now an incentive for the Mets not to re-sign Murphy. The 2015 NLDS & NLCS most valuable player has turned down a $15.8 million qualifying offer for the 2016 MLB Season. Murphy had until 5 p.m. on Friday to accept the Mets’ offer. Now, that he has declined, the Mets will

Mets Archives: 2015 NLDS Game 5

Relieve the best Mets game this season. It’s do-or-die game 5 of the National League Division Series, here on MetsPlus:

Mets might change their image after the 2016 season

The New York Mets might be changing their color scheme and uniforms after the upcoming MLB Season. Of course, the image above wasn’t anything more than a google search titled “Odd Mets hat”, but there has been some rumbling about a shift in brand image for the Mets after the

Pepsi-Cola to lose naming rights of the “Pepsi Porch”

I have to say, this one doesn’t feel right. The infamous “Pepsi-Cola” sign is going to be leaving, and the naming rights to the right field porch (that doesn’t sound right) will change in 2016. This isn’t the only section of Citi Field undergoing a name change. Caesars, now bankrupt,

Diamond Era Discrepancy: Why are MLB’s Diamond ERA caps made in China?

I love New Era Caps. I think most baseball fans do. They are the official on field cap of America’s Pastime, and every year each team has a few variations of caps. A primary, an alternate or two (or three) and a batting practice cap. The wool like feel of

Mets expected to increase ticket prices for 2016

I’m not really surprised by this announcement. Honestly, tickets can only go up after a team rises from the dead for the first time in nine years. What I want to see change is the price of stadium concessions, and I want it to go down. I mean, why would

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