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And the Mess Rolls On

Hopefully you read my rant after Cespedes got hurt here, but if not, please go do so now because here comes more of the same! Today, Sandy Alderson, and the Mets announced that Noah Syndergaard is out indefinitely with a... Continue Reading →


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 →

Just say NOPE to MLB’s ‘Pace of Play’ proposals

If you haven't heard yet, MLB proposed a few new rules that will be tested in the minors if approved by the players union. Skipping the four pitches being thrown during an intentional walk, raising the strike zone above the... Continue Reading →

Hope Springs Eternal

Many may have missed this spot dropped by MLB during the Super Bowl, or at least while the Super Bowl was on, not actually shown during the Super Bowl. Syndergaard and his infamous tweeting has earned himself an MLB commercial!... Continue Reading →

Mets Escape KC With Split

The first series of the season is complete, with the Mets (1-1) escaping KC with a split. While game one left fans with more questions and doubts than anything else, game two saw Syndergaard dominate the Royals over 6 innings,... 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 →

Mets play equivalent of 4 games to salvage a win in only 3 versus the Cardinals

The Mets (48-44) just finished off an 18 inning affair that made most fans gauge out their eyes with unsharpened pencils dipped in hot sauce. Thank Jebus they pulled it out by a score of 3-1 in 18 innings after... Continue Reading →

Smoltz: Mets pitchers ‘way better’ than Braves ’90s staff via Metsblog

John Smoltz will become the third member of the Atlanta Braves’ 1990s pitching staff to join the Hall of Fame next weekend. But he told the Daily News’ Daniel Popper the current Mets staff is “way better” than the one... Continue Reading →

Syndergaard stymied by Padres, despite 10 strikeouts

The Mets (29-24) were dropped by the Padres (26-28) by a score of 7-2 last night as they got some revenge for their own young flame thrower from the night before, Andrew Cashner. If nothing else, the first two games... Continue Reading →

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