Archive for April, 2007
I didn’t realize that it’s been a week since my last post. In that time the Mets have gone 4-1 with 2 rainouts. That puts them in second place, a half game behind Atlanta. It’s interesting to see how good a start the Braves are getting off to this year. In the spring I thought [...]
Click here for a recap of Wednesday’s game. I’m not one to panic. Especially this early in the season. But last night’s game brings a question to mind that the Mets will need to answer sooner or later. How long is too long to wait for potential to turn into consistent performance? I’m talking, of [...]
Click here for a recap of Sunday’s game. Click here for a recap of Monday’s game. Sunday’s game didn’t work out as I planned. I was feeling like the game was going to turn during Orlando Hernandez‘s last inning of work. I felt like he was running out of steam. But it was the bullpen [...]
Click here for a recap of Friday’s game. Click here for a recap of Saturday’s game. The Mets split the first two games of this series. Look for Orlando Hernandez to get them back on track before the team heads to Shea for their home opener and the first of three games against the Phillies.
Jamey Newberg writes about the Texas Rangers perspective of the 1982 trade that sent Lee Mazzilli from the Mets to the Rangers in exchange for Ron Darling and Walt Terrell.
Click here for a recap of Tuesday’s game. Click here for a recap of Wednesday’s game. The Mets are one of two teams in the NL East that are undefeated after the season opening sweep against the St. Louis Cardinals. The other team is the Atlanta Braves who swept the Philadelphia Phillies in their season [...]
Click here for a recap of last night’s game. Mets first baseman Carlos Delgado celebrated fatherhood in high style last night. Delgado, who became father to a baby boy last week, smacked a two run double in the third inning to give Tom Glavine his first win of the season and number 291 of his [...]