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Bleeding Orange & Blue Since ‘82


NL East

Meet the Mets… I mean Mess

I honestly don't even know where to begin this rant.  The Mets lost their 5th straight game today, dropping them into last place in the NL East. Yes, that means the Mets are below the Phillies, Braves and Marlins in... Continue Reading →


Nats ain’t dead yet…

... But they're certainly on life support after the second straight 3-game sweep by the Mets. This go around may be the straw as each game saw a comeback from the Mets and none more deflating than the middle game where... Continue Reading →

Matt Harvey: From Hero to Villain

Oh my, how the tides have turned in a matter of days. When the Mets are finally back in the thick of a pennant race and impending playoff baseball, the leader and ace of this team has made it all... Continue Reading →

What will keep the Mets in first place?

The Mets have had the Nationals sweating since mid July and with good reason. The Nationals have, until this past week in Colorado, flatlined since the All-Star break. At one point up 7 games, their lead quickly diminished giving way... Continue Reading →

Mets & Nats backing into the stretch run

The Mets sure caught a break this weekend. After two very tough, hard fought, extra inning losses against the Pirates, today's game was a complete blowout. The defense failed them. The bullpen failed them. The offense failed them.  As far... Continue Reading →

3 Things 2 Watch 4: Division Face-Off

The Mets (48-44) head to Washington for a 3 game series against the first place Nationals (49-41). While the Nats hold a 2 game lead on the Mets in the NL East, the Nationals offense, aside from Harper, is just... Continue Reading →

Colon earns 8th win as Mets salvage series finale against the Marlins

Bartolo Colon has become must see TV and today was no different. This 42 year old veteran has become a two-way threat like no other. Thanks to his big arm, and bat, the Mets (28-23) defeated the Marlins (20-31) by... Continue Reading →

The Mets get a break against the NL East, but do they need one?

The Mets head to Chicago to take on the Cubs in historic Wrigley Field for a 4-game set starting tomorrow evening. This coming off of a stretch where the Mets opened the season playing NL East opponents in 26 of... Continue Reading →

Tejada and Lagares back up Niese in Mets victory over Phillies

The Mets (19-11), led by Niese (3-2), got a much needed bounce back win against the Phillies (11-20) after Hamels ruined Harvey Day last night. Lagares and Tejada provided Niese with all of the offense and defense he would need... Continue Reading →

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