For the past 15 or so years, a buddy of mine from Massachusetts has run a Do or Die pool. If you're not familiar with these, you pick one team to win each week. If your team wins, you advance to the next week. If your team loses, you're out of the pool. The only [...]
This seems like a must-win game.
There's a school of thought that any headline with a "yes" or "no" question should always be answered no. In case you were unaware, longtime Reds announcer Thom Brennaman was recently in hot water over his anti-gay slur that was picked up on a hot mic. But that's not the reason this article is linked [...]
It's no fun to lose games. It's even less fun when you do things that have no chance of working out. Let's look at the last two games for the Mets. On Monday, David Peterson started and fans felt pretty good about that because he's been solid. But Peterson didn't have it and the Mets [...]
It's not a huge surprise that after yesterday's big comeback came up short with a loss in extra innings that the Mets came out flat tonight. What will be a surprise is if either Robert Gsellman or Michael Wacha are on the active roster by game time Wednesday night. In six starts, Wacha has now [...]
Who knows - maybe Wacha will shock us all and go 7 innings tonight!
The criminally underrated Josh Wilker dives into his baseball card collection to make sense of Tom Seaver's passing and comes up with the 1975 Mets Team Card. I’m glad, in the end, that I ended up with this card. It’s not like the Seaver cards I have, or think I have, where he’s either in [...]
In his last four games, a streak that started with a game against the Mets, Wheeler has a 1.71 ERA and a 0.911 WHIP.
Nola leads the NL in WHIP while deGrom is second in ERA.
Lugo went from 39 pitches in his first start to 60 in his second. Hopefully today he's up to 80.
The Phillies handled the Mets in their first meeting and come into this series having won nine of their last 10 games.