Johan Santana did what he’s paid to do and Brian Schneider increased his home run total by 29% (hitting 2 homers to increase his season total to 9) as the Mets finished off the Nationals by a score of 7-2. The Mets finished their season series against Washington with a 12-6 record but for some […]
The Mets had a tumultuous first half of the season that included a managerial change but ended it with a surge as they won their last 9 games to pull within a half game of the first place Phillies. The team obviously cannot continue to play at the level they have in the last 9 […]
Everybody in here obviously loves and respects Willie. With that being said, we have to move on for the sake of making the playoffs. And Jerry is extremely capable of doing that. He’s got the respect of this clubhouse. – Mets third baseman David Wright on Jerry Manuel taking over as Mets manager from the […]
I posted about a week ago about how my real job was keeping me too busy to post here at MostlyMets. I didn’t have very much free time to post during the day due to a big project I was working on. The thanks I got from the company for pushing the project forward was […]
Sorry I haven’t posted much lately. My real job has been keeping me really busy. Big project. Aggressive deadline. Argh!
Can someone please explain to me why Doug Mientkiewicz was booed last night? Sure he came to the Mets and didn’t play up to expectations (I know I’m putting it mildly) but what’s the point in booing? I can understand not cheering him on like some other former Mets who have come through Shea again […]
Pedro Martinez landed in New York at about 3:30 this afternoon and the results of his MRI are not yet known. However the Mets have already recalled Nelson Figueroa from AAA New Orleans. Since Pedro has not been placed on the DL I’m unclear if anyone has been removed from the roster. In all probability […]
Darryl Strawberry, the Mets career leader in home runs, RBIs and walks, is back with the team. Strawberry will be a full time instructor this season. According to a couple of reports I read Strawberry looks like he’s in playing shape. He’ll serve as an outfield instructor at spring training and be a roving minor […]
If you thought last week was a dead week for Mets news then don’t even think of looking for any new this week. If last week was dead then I don’t know how to describe this week. Hopefully things will pick up after New Years Day.
I noticed that it’s been several days since my last post and didn’t want to be away too long. But the problem is that there really isn’t anything going on. Sure with Oakland having traded Dan Haren to the Diamondbacks the rumors of a Joe Blanton trade have increased. But that’s just rumors. Nothing real […]