The Mets are 8.0 games out of first place.
Last updated: 09/25/2016 - 4:51 PM UTC


Non-Tender Day

Today could be a very bug day in baseball. It’s non-tender deadline day. Today is the last day a team may offer a contract to their arbitration eligible players or allow them to become free agents. The Mets have several players in this category including Oliver Perez, Aaron Heilman, Pedro Feliciano, Duaner Sanchez and the […]

Queens is Burning

What a crazy day yesterday was. Rick Down was fired as hitting coach. Rickey Henderson was added to the coaching staff but to an unannounced position. He may be hitting coach but so may Howard Johnson who filled the duty last night as Henderson couldn’t get to New York from Oakland in time for the […]

Willie Blows Call On Injured Player Again

Cliff Floyd took himself out of last Saturday’s game due to his sore left Achilles and did not play again until a pinch hitting appearance on Tuesday. Before Tuesday’s game manager Willie Randolph had been asked if Floyd was available to play and he said yes explaining that the injury was not of DL severity. […]

Sanchez Hails Cab, Mets Driven Downtown

Duaner Sanchez caught a cab on Sunday night which changed the course of the non-waiver trade deadline for the Mets and changed the way manager Willie Randolph will manage his bullpen and outfield for the rest of the season.

Díaz Replaces Hot Floyd

Click here for a recap of yesterday’s game. Imagine yourself a major league manager. Your team is playing well, you have injured players returning to active duty and your team seems poised to turn the corner and make some noise. Today you will see your number 3 starter pitch his first game of the season […]

Ramón Castro: Pedro’s Personal Catcher?

Ramon Castro got the start last night at catcher in place of Mike Piazza. This is getting to be a habit for Willie Randolph when Pedro Martinez starts and the media has been taking every opportunity to point this out. Castro is starting to be called Pedro’s personal catcher by the media. I don’t understand […]