Downtrodden Mets Swept In Washington As Cubs Come Into Town

By Paul DiSclafani: The Mets offense suffered a season high 23 consecutive shutout innings during their three game sweep at the hands of First Place Washington, being outscored 20-6 while dropping a whopping six games behind the Nationals and falling into third place behind the Marlins in the National League East. After a 2-7 road trip against the Braves and Nationals in which they scored just … Continue reading Downtrodden Mets Swept In Washington As Cubs Come Into Town

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

Rockies Sweep Mets and Make Us Think of What Might Be

By: Jason Mumm The Colorado Rockies came from behind to nip the Mets and complete a three-game sweep on Sunday leading fans to wonder if there might be something interesting about this year’s club that could make them forget about the previous two consecutive years of flirting with 100 losses. This series was big for the Rockies, who have not performed very well at home … Continue reading Rockies Sweep Mets and Make Us Think of What Might Be

Sun Helps Mets Beat Indians; deGrom Baby Doing Better

By Paul DiSclafani: With the devastating news of Jaxon deGrom’s heath issues hanging over their heads, the Mets (5-6) inched closer to .500 as they take the rubber game of their Inter-League series with the Cleveland Indians, 6-0.  Although the news about the health concerns over Jacob and Stacey deGrom’s newborn was more encouraging today, his Mets teammates still had to do their jobs and play … Continue reading Sun Helps Mets Beat Indians; deGrom Baby Doing Better

Cespedes Goes Deep, But Phillies Deep-Six Mets Again, 5-2

by: Paul DiSclafani FLUSHING, NY:  Matt Harvey gives up a two run home run to Odubel Herrera and the Phillies bullpen shuts down the Mets (2-3) again, to take the rubber game from the NL Champs at Citi Field, 5-2. The much maligned Philadelphia bullpen, who had surrendered 15 runs in just 10.2 innings coming into the series, posted 6.1 innings of shutout relief over … Continue reading Cespedes Goes Deep, But Phillies Deep-Six Mets Again, 5-2

Mets Blow Bartolo’s Gem, Fall to the Phillies, 1-0

By Paul DiSclafani: FLUSHING, NY:  All off-season and all Spring, if you talked about the Mets, you talked about their young, stud, starting pitchers – Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Steven Matz and the returning Zack Wheeler. And oh yeah, you had the other guy that looked like a softball pitcher, Bartolo Colon. The other guy had a good night tonight. Although the Phillies … Continue reading Mets Blow Bartolo’s Gem, Fall to the Phillies, 1-0

Champs Still King Of The Hill as Royals Top Mets (again), 4-3

By: Paul DiSclafani KANSAS CITY: It was Déjà Vu all over again for the Mets as they opened the 2016 season against the team that ended their 2015 season.  As was the case last season, the Royals “nickel and dimed” the Mets, continuing with their mantra of “Keep The Line Moving”, starting the defense of their World Series Title with a 4-3 win. After being … Continue reading Champs Still King Of The Hill as Royals Top Mets (again), 4-3