Month: January 2018

Here’s the Mets 2018 Spring Training Collection

Just like that first fifty degree day or the first time the Mets tweet an image of some random player suiting up in Port St. Lucie, the Spring Training uniform release is just another sign that we are one day closer to Opening Day in Queens. Well today, we got

Reyes is Back, Here’s My Thoughts

On Thursday, it was reported that infielder Jose Reyes, who made his major league debut with the Mets back in 2003, will return for the 2018 season, in a strictly utility role. Reyes will make $2 million, with further incentives should he take more plate appearances, up to $500,000 dollars. Jose

#MetsPlus360: Thor is in with Topps

Ahh Baseball Cards. In my room, I have old math binders filled with hundreds of cards per season from 2005 to 2014. The fun of heading down to the convenience store and getting a eight pack of Topps cards,  only to rip the pack open and add it to the

David Wright: “I Don’t Want to Have Regrets”

“I don’t want to have regrets,” said a noticeably different Wright in an interview with MLB.com’s Anthony DiComo on Friday afternoon, during his annual Vegas Night to benefit the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Virginia. “It really hurts to say this, but I obviously can’t be relied on to go

WATCH: Mike Piazza full 2016 HoF Speech

First Bruce, and now Adrian Gonzalez???

Anyone else confused? A few days ago, the news broke that the Mets have signed outfielder Jay Bruce to a three year $39 million dollar deal. A very affordable deal for a reliable old toy. What was Jay’s role going to be? He was going to be the right fielder

Do I still have hope for David Wright in 2018?

While the Mets haven’t done much outside of significantly improving the coaching staff this offseason, there has been some traction recently when it comes to the free agent market. Specifically, General Manager Sandy Alderson has expressed interest in re-signing Jay Bruce, Addison Reed, and signing long-time Royals third baseman Mike

WATCH: Top Mets Moments in 2017

It’s easy to forget the good moments that took place in 2017 with the Orange & Blue, but there were a few. Relax and enjoy this clip, it might warm you up a little bit, and get you somewhat excited for Spring Training.

Last Call for the Queens Baseball Convention

Two weeks from now, and three blocks from my home, Mets fans will gather in Astoria, NY, specifically Katch Pub & Grill (located on Newton Ave and 31st street) to see former Mets, current Mets and even some familiar faces far and wide that are usually only seen at the

My Mets New Year’s Resolutions

  A new year means a new season, filled will new trials and new tribulations, and, like last year, I have some wishes that I hope for our team heading into the 2018 season. As a Mets fan for 13 years, I’m fairly positive none of these wishes will come

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