Matthew Cerrone at Metsblog wrote a post this morning that I had intended to write. The gist of the post is that the season is fraught with challenges and losing two of three to the Yankees over the weekend presents one such challenge. That challenge is: how will this team rebound from the adversity of […]
Before yesterday’s game Jerry Manuel made a comment likening Mets fans to fertilizer. I was going to write a nice post about this but then saw this one by Matthew Cerrone on Metsblog. It says exactly the same thing that I was going to say. So check it out.
I’ve written about my displeasure with Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson a couple of time recently. Apparently I’m not the only one feeling this way. In an article for SI.com Jon Heyman says that manager Willie Randolph may fired this weekend but possibly as early as today. Heyman’s sources say that if (when?) Randolph is […]
Matthew Cerrone at Metsblog lives every Mets fan’s dream. See his interview with the great Tom Seaver here.
Adam Rubin of the New York Daily News wonders aloud if Rick Peterson will be fired first. The wondering begins in the last sentence of the third to last paragraph of the article. (Thanks to Matthew Cerrone at Metsblog for the tip in this post.)
I was going to post a piece about injury status but Matthew Cerrone already did over at Metsblog. Simply put there will be some roster changes for the weekend series in Arizona.
The Brewers have released RHP Claudio Vargas. The Mets seem to still be in need of a fifth starter. Do we have a match? Matthew Cerrone at MetsBlog is not convinced. What do you think? Leave your comments. (Click the comments link above and to the right of this post or, if you are viewing […]
Over on Metsblog Matthew Cerrone puts forth the idea that C.C. Sabathia may be a more realistic acquisition for the Mets than everyone’s off season dream, Johan Santana.