(Two Phillies cross the plate after scoring in the fifth against Noah Syndergaard (top left) – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets lost the rubber game of their series with the Phillies, 10-7, on Sunday afternoon at Citi Field, a battle that took four hours and 29 minutes to complete.
Continue reading Mets Lose Marathon To Phillies
Bob Lederer is the author of a new book on the Super Bowl III Champion New York Jets, Beyond Broadway Joe: The Super Bowl TEAM That Changed Football (Dey Street, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers; now out in paperback, $17.99).
Continue reading Book Chat: Bob Lederer, Author Of “Beyond Broadway Joe,” Now Out In Paperback
(Cesar Hernandez approaching the plate after his first-inning home run – Photo by Jason Schott)
Marcus Stroman’s time with the Mets has not gone as well as they hoped since they made the shocking move to acquire him at the trade deadline in late July.
Continue reading Stroman Stun By Phillies, Who Hand Mets First Shutout in 7 Weeks
(Mets pitcher Edwin Diaz on the mound searching for answers Friday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
When the Mets acquired Edwin Diaz in the offseason, they thought they were bringing in one of the top closers in baseball after he saved 57 games with the Seattle Mariners last season.
Continue reading Callaway: Diaz “not getting the ball where he wants to”
(The celebration was on after the Mets’ walk-off win on Friday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
Friday night’s Mets game against the Phillies at Citi Field was a typical one for them in this crazy season.
Continue reading Mets Literally Get Walk-Off Win Against Phillies
The Brooklyn Cyclones won their New York-Penn League Semifinals Series in the third and final game over the Hudson Valley Renegades, 4-3, on a walk-off hit in the bottom of the ninth on Friday night at MCU Park.
Continue reading Cyclones Beat Hudson Valley On Walk-Off To Win NYPL Semis
(Pete Alonso returning to the dugout after hitting his historic home run – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets announced that the organization has reached a historic game-used merchandise agreement with rookie first baseman Pete Alonso.
Continue reading Mets, Alonso Reach Merchandise Agreement
(James Paxton was throwing heat on Tuesday night – Photo by Jason Schott)
James Paxton had a phenomenal August, and he kept it rolling in September, as he threw seven shutout innings to lead the Yankees to a 10-1 win on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.
Continue reading Yankees’ Paxton Pushing It At The Right Time
(Aroldis Chapman fires one in earlier this season – Photo by Jason Schott)
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has been voted the American League Reliever of the Month for August, and Felipe Vázquez of the Pittsburgh Pirates has been named the National League Reliever of the Month honors.
Continue reading Chapman Claims Second Straight Reliever Of Month Award For Yankees
(Photo by Jason Schott)
The Yankees were shutout by the Texas Rangers, 7-0, on Monday afternoon, the first time they were held scoreless in 220 games.
Continue reading Yankees’ Shutout Streak Ends