That’s baseball, Suzyn.
The day started with some terrible news. Noah Syndergaard had landed on the 10 day disabled list with a strained ligament in his index finger.
The Mets would have loved to win Game 1 of their first doubleheader of the 2018 season. They had Jacob deGrom pitching, and they knew that they would have to piece together their pitching in Game 2 of the twin-bill. Continue reading “Doubleheader: Game 2 -May 28, 2018-“
Jacob deGrom was brilliant again, lowering his ERA to a National League best, 1.52. Continue reading “Doubleheader: Game 1 -May 28, 2018-“
During their last series against the Miami Marlins, the pitching was great but the Mets could not score at all.
After a heartbreaking loss on Friday, the hope was that the Mets wouldn’t let it linger and lead to a stretch of bad play. Well, they came right out and put up 3 runs in the top of the first inning.
Remember April? Remember when everything Mickey Callaway touched turned to gold?
I know. It’s tough to watch guys like Gleyber Torres and Ozzie Albies set the league on fire while Amed Rosario is dealing with growing pains. Continue reading “Amed Rosario is Improving”
The Mets offense has been essentially nonexistent lately.
Sorry for the hiatus, but Justin and I are back. We talk about everything going on in Mets universe. For better or worse.