Last updated: 09/30/2016 - 10:56 PM UTC
As a Mets fan I hate what happened to Ruben Tejada on Saturday night. Tejada was taken out on a hard slide by Chase Utley. Utley was trying to break up a double play but slid into Tejada’s plant leg and not only took him out of the play but took him out of the […]
When the Yankees beat the Angels last night it set up a World Series that is a nightmare for most Mets fans: a Yankees/Phillies World Series. And it also begs the question of which team Mets fans will be rooting for. My answer? The Yankees. Being a Mets fan and a fan of the National […]
Withe the Philadelphia win last night the Mets task for next season has been fully defined: beat the world champs.
Congratulations to the Boston Red Sox on their World Series championship. The Sox swept the Colorado Rockies in four games to win their second Word Series in 4 years.
Congratulations to the Boston Red Sox on winning the ALCS and advancing to the World Series. They will be playing against the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies have been on somewhat of a hot streak having dispatched their the Philadelphia Phillies and Arizona Diamondbacks in 4 games (each) in the NLDS and NLCS respectively and 21 […]
You’ve got to love the great psyche out move the Cleveland Indians are pulling for tonight’s game 5 of the American League Championship Series against the Boston Red Sox. Josh Beckett is slated to start tonight for the Sawx and the Indians got his ex-girlfriend, an up and coming country to singer named Danielle Peck, […]
Congratulations to former Mets catcher and current Colorado Rockies manager Clint Hurdle on taking his team to the World Series!
I posted video of Shawn Green‘s great double play in game 1 of the NLDS against the Dodgers so it’s only fair that I post video of Endy Chavez‘s even more exciting double play from game 7 of the NLCS against the Cardinals. The Mets may have lost the series but there are definitely several […]
The whole season came down to this. Down by two runs with two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning of game 7 and the bases were loaded. Who came to the plate? None other than the $119 million man: Carlos Beltran. When the Mets signed Beltran to that huge contract before the 2005 […]
One down, 3 more to go. My favorite part of lasts nights 2-0 Mets win was when Carlos Beltran fired the ball to Carlos Delgado at first base after catching the ball in center field to double up Albert Pujols who made the baserunning error of moving too far away from the bag. Pujols was […]