Month: October 2016

Why I’ve been away from the Post this last week

You may have noticed that I’ve haven’t been blogging much the last two weeks on MetsPlus. No, nothing is changing soon, and yes, I’ve been diligently watching the World Series, but I have been avoiding posting on my blog, and here’s why: I’ve been focusing on College, as I’m a senior

MLB Esurance Awards, Best Performance – Syndergaard at Dodger Stadium

With eight stellar frames and a pair of homers, Noah Syndergaard does it all for the Mets in a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers

MLB Esurance Awards, Best Call: Cohen on Bartolo’s Home Run

Mets broadcasters Gary Cohen and Ron Darling perfectly capture the baseball world’s disbelief as Bartolo Colon hits his first career homer    

WOR will re-broadcast Game 7 of the 1986 World Series

WOR is doing something pretty cool on the 27th of October. According to Michael Mayer of, WOR, which can be heard on 710 AM, the last game of the 1986 World Series will be re-broadcasted, with Gary Thorne and Bob Murphy on the call. The good news is that since

Unpopular Opinion: The Mets shouldn’t bring back 1986 throwbacks for 2017

I know, I know, I know. I’m arguing against the best look the Mets have ever had, but hear me out on this one. This year, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the 1986 Champions team, the Mets added a third alternate to their uniform set, and it was

Reyes will be with Mets in 2017; team will pay Jose league minimum

According to CBS Sports, Mets intend to exercise infielder Jose Reyes’ contract, which will allow him to return to Queens in 2017. Reyes was productive in the time he spent with the Mets this year, as he batted 267 with 8 homeruns in the 60 games he played. Reyes also

#ThePlusInMetsPlus: NYC Transit under one map? Is it possible?

Originally posted on Mets Plus:
In the last #ThePlusInMetsPlus, I talked about how traveling can be a hassle as it is, and to some, navigating the worlds fourth largest city seems like an impossible task, but if you study the subway map enough, you’ll be able to find some tricks…

Should we pursue Cespedes if he opts-out of his contract this off season?

It’s no secret Cespedes has been the Mets biggest threat at the plate. When he steps into the batters box, the looming threat of a 450 foot shot to the second deck in left field crosses the pitchers mind, and, frankly, that doesn’t happen with any other bat in the

A Majestic Departure: Under Armour will become the new provider of MLB Uniforms starting in 2020

Say goodbye to that little “M” below the Mets patch….. in 2020. Under Armour will be providing the Outer Armour starting in three years in conjunction with Fanatics Authentics, the company that took over the Shop. According to Sports Business Daily, the guys that broke the article earlier today,  “starting

Could the Mets be re-uniting with R.A Dickey next year?

Yesterday, a blog post appeared on the popular fan site Mets Merized Online entitled “Is a Dickey reunion possible?” In the article, the author talks about how while Dickey doesn’t have another Cy Young season in him, and that he might retire once the Blue Jays season ends, Dickey is

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