Every year we hear the warnings. The Designated Hitter will be in the National League by the year ______. Now we are being threatened, as a National League fan that’s exactly how it feels, that it will be next season.
The teams that have players signed to bad contracts must be
Tim Tebow is a college football analyst who happens to get invited to Mets Spring Training, year after year because he sells tickets and merchandise. At 32, there’s no other team in major league baseball who would bother.
Tebow was in AAA last year. He hit .163 with four homers and
Brodie Van Wagenen looked very sharp in his $1,000 or so suit. Carlos Beltran was wearing the uniform that’s still a trigger for longtime Mets fans. Just seeing him there gave me mixed emotions but I listened, and this is what I heard on the Mets Instagram account.
BVW talked about
While the Mets continue their search for a manager, so do other MLB teams including the Philadelphia Phillies. The Mets keep interviewing and interviewing, Tim Bogar, the former Met, and current Nationals first base coach is reportedly the latest. I’m losing track.
Joe Girardi has been interviewed by the Phillies and
So, the Mets are meeting with Mickey Callaway today. The Mets were once 13 games out of the playoffs and finished three games out of the Wild Card spot with 86 wins, a win or two more than I thought they’d get this season.
They were nine wins better than last
Why does it still exist? With the way the baseball is, and the fact that everyone is mashing, why bother having pitchers that you don’t really trust in your bullpen, but you’ll bring them in when there’s a huge lead because who cares?
The Mets lost a six-run lead yesterday in
The Mets lucked into Jeff McNeil being their leadoff hitter and the best one they've had in years. For many years they couldn’t fill the position and they had the guy in the organization all along. Many times, the best moves the Mets make are born out of desperation or
I kept hearing that the Mets would never trade with the Yankees. That they were cowards. Well, today they would have traded Zack Wheeler to the Yankees if they had the best offer. A trade never happened, and my guess is, the Yankees didn’t offer enough. They didn’t offer enough
Sports radio loves to bring up Pete Rose. They love to get callers talking about his artifacts residing in the Hall. What neither likes to talk about is the fact that in MLB dugouts the first thing you see a sign posted that there is no gambling in baseball.
Don’t be fooled by the Mets bullpen. Sure, it had a few good outings outside of the All-Star break but that didn’t mean it was fixed. When you have a player like, Pete Alonso, who could win an MVP award if he was on a winning team, his clutch home