Archive for April, 2006
Brian Bannister‘s MRI yesterday showed a grade 1 hamstring straing. He is being listed as day-to-day. The DL hasn’t been ruled out but I expect him to miss a start and be replaced by Darren Oliver. If he goes on the DL then I think it’ll be either Jose Lima or John Maine. If I […]
It was the kind of game I’ve talked about on MostlyMets many times before. A character builder. A game where one event happens that deflates you but instead of folding you rise to the occassion and show the opponent who’s boss.
I just found that Mets third baseman David Wright has a blog on the MLB site. Cool.
The Mets got a much needed win last night behind some good pitching and timely hitting. Steve Trachsel only mistake was Barry Bonds 710th career home run in the second inning. Beyond that Trachsel was solid.
My hatred of west coast night games has been discussed before so I won’t get into it now besides to say I hate them. Now that I got that out of the way… The Mets helped prove that Barry Bonds is not the only person on the Giants who can win games.
Judging from my email inbox it looks like I chose a bad time to take a vacation. I got back Friday afternoon and I’m still not caught up on my new emails. Hopefully I’ll get that done by the end of today. While I was gone the Mets managed to put up an impressive 12-6 […]
I haven’t disappeared. I’ve just been very busy with work and unable to post. I will return to regular posting shortly.
I don’t have alot of time to write this morning so I’ll make this quick. Brian Bannister‘s first
It looks like Dwight Gooden will not be able to revel with his former 1986 world champion teammates this summer as the club celebrates the 20th anniversary of the best team they ever had. Gooden was sentenced to one year (and one day) in prison for violating the terms of his probation on a traffic […]
It seems the marriage of Anna Benson and ex-Met Kris Benson is not exactly “irretrievably broken”. Anna withdrew her divorce petition yesterday. My heart goes out to you, Kris.