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Struggling Bruce Not Winning Fans Over

This isn’t what the Mets, Jay Bruce and Mets fans envisioned. No one figured Bruce would hear boos or him striking out four times, but that was the case last night in the Mets’ 9-4 victory over the Phillies at Citi Field. It was so bad that the Mets decided not

Now or Never For Flores

It seems Wilmer Flores plays well when he has a sense of urgency. When the Mets almost traded him to the Brewers last year, he responded by having a torrid August by hitting .306 with three home runs and 12 RBIs. He also had an on-base percentage of .337 along with

Despite Injuries, Collins Has Mets Hanging In There

This hasn’t been a fun season for Terry Collins. The Mets have endured many injuries to the point the Mets manager has been combative with the local media and poor long-time Mets public relations manager Jay Horowitz when talking about it this season. Collins and the Mets have received criticism from Mets

Matt Harvey is Facing a Career Changing Surgery

It wasn’t surprising Matt Harvey was on the disabled list with a right shoulder discomfort on Wednesday. He hasn’t been right since the start of the season. He has been uncomfortable on the mound, and he has had doubts about himself more than a few times. It’s not the Harvey we

Russ’s Rants – – The Mets Are a Dead Team

When you’re at a Mets Father’s Day Game the horrific thought of a no-hitter being tossed by the opposition creeps into your mind.  The Jim Bunning 1964 “perfect game” predates most of us yet we know of the horror. Well yesterday I felt like that was possible. Braves starter, Julio

Out of the Park Baseball Giveaway on “The Game” Monday June 27th

While we're waiting for next week to come. Here's yesterday's show where we talked about Terry Collins, Free Agency, The MLB Draft and the New York Yankees. Next week we'll giveaway two copies of this game. More on that to come. For now here's some information: Out of the Park Developments, an

What’s Next For Wright?

David Wright is on his way to the disabled list. This comes after he was diagnosed with a herniated disk in his neck late last night. This isn’t news. It shouldn’t be. Not when he missed the past five games with neck issues. He has been playing in pain all season,

Something’s Amiss with Harvey

Remember when Happy Harvey Day was a happy occasion? Remember when Mets fans chanted “Harvey’s Better” when Matt Harvey outpitched Stephen Strasburg in their first meeting ever three years ago at Citi Field? Those were the glory days. It seemed like a lifetime ago. These are tough times for Harvey. He has been

Complete Games Have Become A Lost Art

Noah Syndergaard had what may have been his best pitching performance of the season last night. He struck out 10 Nationals, and he gave up no runs in seven innings of work in the Mets’ 2-0 victory over the NL East-leading Nationals at Citi Field.  He was dialed in from the