Harvey Back On Track For Now; Mets Shutout White Sox, 1-0

By Paul DiSclafani: With only three regulars in the lineup on a Memorial Day afternoon game, it was going to be all on Matt Harvey’s fragile shoulders to not only right his own ship, but to show his teammates something they haven’t seen in a long time, The Dark Knight. And show them he did.  Backed by a solo home run from Neil Walker that … Continue reading Harvey Back On Track For Now; Mets Shutout White Sox, 1-0

Thor Hammers Nats With 10 K’s; Mets Take Scherzer Deep Twice For 2-0 Win

By Paul DiSclafani: The wait is finally over. With almost a quarter of the 2016 baseball season gone, the Mets and Nationals didn’t get to face off against each other until tonight.  They are going to play five more times over the next eight games and if tonight is any indication, we are in for some great baseball. Ace’s Noah Syndergaard and Max Scherzer provided the backdrop … Continue reading Thor Hammers Nats With 10 K’s; Mets Take Scherzer Deep Twice For 2-0 Win

Syndergaard Dominates Royals as Mets Shut Out Champs, 2-0

By: Paul DiSclafani KANSAS CITY: Noah Syndergaard struck out nine batters over six shutout innings and Neil Walker hit a 2-run home run as the Mets (1-1) get a split in their two game season opening series against the World Champions, shutting out the Royals (1-1), 2-0.  The Royals received their Championship rings in a ceremony before the game, but they couldn’t touch Syndergaard or … Continue reading Syndergaard Dominates Royals as Mets Shut Out Champs, 2-0

2016 Opening Day Countdown: New York Mets Preview

By Paul DiSclafani 2015 Record:  90-72 | NL East Division Champions 2015 Recap:  The Mets struggled offensively most of the season but kept within striking distance of the Division leading Washington Nationals thanks to solid starting pitching, led by Matt Harvey’s successful return from Tommy John surgery and the emergence of Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard as Top-of-the-Line pitchers.  But it wasn’t until the trade … Continue reading 2016 Opening Day Countdown: New York Mets Preview

Mets Give Up Five Runs in the 12th; Royals Win 7-2: Kansas City Royals are your 2015 World Champions

By:  Jim Tsapelas The Kansas City Royals are the 2015 World Series Champions. At the top of the ninth inning, the New York Mets were just three outs away from sending the 2015 World Series back to Kansas City for a Game Six.  The Royals, however, had other plans. Mets’ starter Matt Harvey threw one hundred eleven pitches before being taken out of the game … Continue reading Mets Give Up Five Runs in the 12th; Royals Win 7-2: Kansas City Royals are your 2015 World Champions

Rookie’s Two HR Night Is No Conforto to Mets Fans as Murphy the Goat Error Keys Three Run Royals Comeback in Game Four

By: Joe Botana “Ya Gotta Believe!” – Phrase made famous by former Mets closer and Hall of Fame member, the late Tug McGraw, whose son, country music star Tim McGraw, threw out the first pitch at game four on Saturday night. The phrase “Ya Gotta Believe!” indeed looked most appropriate to describe the way the game was going for the Mets. After an inspirational first … Continue reading Rookie’s Two HR Night Is No Conforto to Mets Fans as Murphy the Goat Error Keys Three Run Royals Comeback in Game Four

KC Royals vs. New York Mets – World Series Game One Preview

By: Joe Botana The Kansas City Royals host the New York Mets tonight at Kauffman Stadium in game one of the 2015 World Series. The last time either of these two teams won a World Series, Ronald Reagan was in the White House and 9-11 was just the number one dials for emergency assistance. The Royals won it all in 1985 against their cross-state rival … Continue reading KC Royals vs. New York Mets – World Series Game One Preview