Nobody likes fillers. People don’t like them in their burgers and baseball fans don’t like it on their rosters. When the Mets finally fill out their 60-man roster, 25% of it will be filler, free agents, who aren’t free, but they should be. The Mets kept the number of players
So, there will be a weird 60-game season that is fashioned for younger people, but most younger people hate baseball, so now Rob Manfred has alienated the base that loves the sport, not all of it but a large percentage. What has the sport done to say they will be
When the New York Mets got Marcus Stroman in a trade. It was smart, he’s from Long Island and he’s always wanted to pitch for the Mets. The results were “ok”. He was 4-2 in 11 starts with a 3.77 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 59 2/3 innings. His WHIP
Do kids get mail anymore? Does mail mean anything beyond bills and coupons anymore? Do kids sit down and write letters and draw pictures for their grandparents? Do they get letters back? Do kids even know what Christmas cards are?
I thought of this while I was flipping through a photo
Brianna Musco was on a recent trip to Europe and she came home without the Coronavirus and with a lot of music, musical ideas and some public health concerns in Italy.
“When we were there were one or two cases in Scotland and a few cases in Italy (this is in
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
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
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