“It Cost Us a Game, End Of Story” – Collins Ejected Over “Foul Tip”, Mets Drop Another on West Coast

By: Paul DiSclafani Manager Terry Collins just didn’t think it was fair. In the third inning, with the bases loaded and one out, Mets starter Logan Verrett got Rockies catcher Tony Wolters swinging for the second out and with the pitcher coming up, Verrett and the Mets could see light at the end of the tunnel. In home-run happy Coors Field, a 3-1 deficit for the … Continue reading “It Cost Us a Game, End Of Story” – Collins Ejected Over “Foul Tip”, Mets Drop Another on West Coast

Six Straight Series For Surging Mets; Next Stop: The West Coast

By Paul DiSclafani Steven Matz (4-1) allowed just two hits over 7 2/3 shutout innings as the Mets (17-9) win their sixth straight series, blanking the Atlanta Braves 8-0 and completing a 7-2 home stand. After splitting their Opening two-game series with the World Champion Royals, the Mets lost 2 of 3 to both the Phillies and the Marlins to start the season at 3-5.  … Continue reading Six Straight Series For Surging Mets; Next Stop: The West Coast

Six More Home Runs For Surging Mets, Walker Goes Deep Twice

By: Paul DiSclafani The Mets (7-6) bomb Phillies pitching for the second night in a row, following up their four home run night yesterday with six more tonight in an 11-1 win in Philadelphia and a 4-1 start to their nine-game road trip. It’s the third time in the last 16 years that the Mets have hit six home runs in a game – all … Continue reading Six More Home Runs For Surging Mets, Walker Goes Deep Twice

“I’m Going To Throw That Fastball Until They Prove They Can Hit It”; Mets Back Syndergaard With 4 HR

By Paul DiSclafani: David Wright blasts his first two home runs of the season and Noah Syndergaard strikes out eight in seven innings as the Mets (6-6) even their record with a 5-2 win over the Phillies in Philadelphia. Lucas Duda (1) and Neil Walker (4) also hit home runs to give the Mets 11 in the first four games of this 9-game road trip. … Continue reading “I’m Going To Throw That Fastball Until They Prove They Can Hit It”; Mets Back Syndergaard With 4 HR

Mets Drop Fourth Straight, Waste 12 K’s by Syndergaard

By: Paul DiSclafani Noah Syndergaard induced the Miami Marlins (3-3) to swing and miss 26 times, striking out 12 of them during his seven innings, but the Mets offense continues to be stuck in neutral as they managed just three hits in a 2-1 loss.  The Mets (2-5) have now lost four straight, scoring just six runs on 20 hits. “I’m concerned about them”, manager Terry … Continue reading Mets Drop Fourth Straight, Waste 12 K’s by Syndergaard

Mets Raise Their Pennant, Thump Phillies In Home Opener, 7-2

By Paul DiSclafani FLUSHING, NY:  Father-to-be Jacob deGrom wasn’t even sure he would be available to pitch today as the Mets prepared to raise their National League Championship banner at Citi Field prior to their home opener against the Phillies.  The largest regular season crowd at Citi Field (44,099) were treated to pregame festivities that included Mets legends Rusty Staub, John Franco and Edgardo Alfonso. … Continue reading Mets Raise Their Pennant, Thump Phillies In Home Opener, 7-2

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