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We all make mistakes. Last night, I made stir fry rice and put the leftover rice into the pan with my garlic and vegetables before testing it to make sure it was still good. And much to my chagrin, the rice was bad. So, had to go back and start the process all over again [...]
Porcello hopes to duplicate his last outing of 7 IP, 1 ER but this time with a win instead of a loss
It's kind of unfathomable that a team with a killer lineup, the best pitcher in baseball, and a solid bullpen can miss the playoffs in a year when more than half the teams make it. There are plenty of teams who will be playing in October who don't have half as much talent as this [...]
Unlike the day before, the Mets decided to use a starter who would give them a chance to win. And that’s just what they did, as they downed the Nationals, 3-2, in the first of a four-game set to end the season. David Peterson came out throwing strikes early. And that allowed him to complete [...]
Mets look to repeat 2019 and sweep the last series of the year.
The Mets hit three home runs Wednesday night, bringing their season total to 79 HR with four games still on the docket. Because there have been only 56 games played, you might think this is the team’s worst home run performance by a large margin. Boy, you’d be wrong. In the strike-shortened 1981 season, the [...]
The Mets started Michael Wacha Wednesday night. In a related story, the Mets lost Wednesday night, 8-5. In the past we could lay the blame of who the day’s starting pitcher was squarely at the feet of the manager. These days – who knows? Whoever made this decision, made it knowing the following information: In [...]
I can think of no better gift for my daughter's birthday than a Mets win tonight!
One thing the Mets will have to think about in the offseason is if they need to bring in a righty bat. Their top five hitters are all lefties and there's quite a dip in production from the fifth LHB to the first RHB. Here are their wRC+ numbers: 163 - Dominic Smith 162 - [...]
Seth Lugo rebounded from a dismal start last time out to go 6.1 strong innings and the Mets’ offense showed more than they did on Monday, leading to a 5-2 win Tuesday over the Rays. Lugo fanned seven, ending the Mets’ streak of starters with 10 or more Ks at three. But he allowed just [...]
Still a chance to take two out of three from the Rays