(Citi Field on Friday afternoon – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets host the Washington Nationals on Friday night at Citi Field on quite a roll, as they won 13 of their prior 14 games.
They have run their record to 59-56, and trail Milwaukee by a half-game for the second Wild Card spot, and the Nats by just 2 1/2 games for the top Wild Card seed.
Continue reading Mets Host Nationals Friday Night With Playoff Implications On Line
On Friday, the Mets announced the signing free agent infielder Joe Panik, a move that was rather expected ever since the Giants designated him for assignment on Tuesday.
Continue reading Mets Sign Panik To Take Over Second Base
On Thursday, the Mets announced the signing of free agent right-handed pitcher Brad Brach, another arm to continue to bolster their much-improved bullpen down the stretch.
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(Red Bull Arena – Photo by Jason Schott)
On Thursday, the Red Bulls placed midfielder Florian Valot on the Season Ending Injury list.
Continue reading Red Bulls Update On Valot and Etienne, Jr.
(Pete Alonso connecting on his first inning home run – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets beat the Miami Marlins, 7-2, at Citi Field on Wednesday afternoon to complete a four-game sweep and keep their torrid pace going.
The Mets are now 59-56, including a Major League-best 19-6 since the All-Star Break, best in the Major Leagues, and they have won 13 of their last 14 games. It is their first 13-1 stretch since 1990.
Continue reading Mets Ready For Nats After Mauling Marlins
The Red Bulls have added English winger Josh Sims on loan from Southampton FC, the club announced today. Sims joins New York on loan until the end of the 2019 season and will be added to the Red Bulls roster as a Young Designated Player, pending receipt of his ITC and P-1 Visa.
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(Mets Manager Mickey Callaway – Photo by Jason Schott)
In the classic baseball movie “Major League,” there’s a scene where the Cleveland Indians are shooting an American Express ad and after the players say nobody recognizes them, their Manager Lou Brown says, “we’re contenders now!”
Continue reading Mets Contenders Now & Citi Field Could Play A Big Part In Playoff Push
(Zack Wheeler pitching to Curtis Granderson in the sixth inning Tuesday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
Zack Wheeler turned in his second straight superb outing since the Mets decided to keep him at the trade deadline despite heavy rumors that he would be dealt to a contender.
Continue reading Keeping Wheeler The Best Move Mets Didn’t Make
(Robinson Cano – @Mets)
Mets second baseman Robinson Cano left Sunday’s game against the Pirates with a leg injury, and was placed on the 10-day injured list on Monday morning.
Continue reading Callaway On How Mets Will Cover For Cano
Brooklyn native Rasheem Dunn has committed to the St. John’s men’s basketball program, the school announced on Tuesday.
Continue reading Brooklyn’s Own Rasheem Dunn Commits To St. John’s