Diamondbacks Add Clippard and Reach Deal With Pollock

By: Luis Roman Yesterday, the Arizona Diamondbacks agreed to a deal with relief pitcher Tyler Clippard. The deal is reportedly worth two years and $12.25 million. It is believed that Clippard will be the setup man to closer Brad Ziegler, but he could also take over the closer duties if Ziegler falters. He may not be in his prime, but there are few relievers out there that have been as reliable as Tyler Clippard. Since 2010 he’s … Continue reading Diamondbacks Add Clippard and Reach Deal With Pollock

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

The Best of Times and the Worst of Times – It Depends on Your Perspective

By:  Joe Botana “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had … Continue reading The Best of Times and the Worst of Times – It Depends on Your Perspective

Mets Push Cubs to Brink on Marty McFly Day Eve

By: Joe Botana The rain falling late in the game on Tuesday night was certainly not the only thing dampening the spirits of the home town faithful. On what was originally supposed to be the site of a third victory on the road to an NLCS sweep, and then the start of a comeback to get back in the series, game three turned into an optimism … Continue reading Mets Push Cubs to Brink on Marty McFly Day Eve

Mets Take Game 1 in NLDS as deGrom Outduels Kershaw

By: Paul DiSclafani Daniel Murphy goes deep against Clayton Kershaw and Jacob deGrom strikes out 13 in seven shutout innings as the Mets take Game One of the NLDS against the Dodgers out in Los Angeles, 3-1. It’s the Mets first postseason appearance in nine years. Talk about a pitcher’s duel, this was a strikeout duel as Kershaw and deGrom put on a show, combining … Continue reading Mets Take Game 1 in NLDS as deGrom Outduels Kershaw

Mets Get To 90 Wins, Salute Fans as they Head to California For The NLDS

By: Paul DiSclafani Onto the Post season! The NL East Champion New York Mets (90-72) get to the magical number of 90 wins with a 1-0 regular season finale win over the Nationals at Citi Field. Curtis Granderson hit a home run in the eighth inning to snap the Mets 5-game losing streak and point them in the direction of Hollywood and a date with … Continue reading Mets Get To 90 Wins, Salute Fans as they Head to California For The NLDS