The good news: Matt Harvey finished up a very promising abbreviated season with 7 innings of one-hit ball. The bad news: Josh Edgin, making his first (and maybe last) appearance as closer, gave up a two-run homer to Ryan Howard, which gave the Phillies a 3-2 win, and their second win of the 3 game series.
Once again, the Mets couldn’t score more than 2 runs. Their offense has been futile, especially at home. I believe the exact statistic is “they haven’t scored bupkis in ever.” It’s hard to imagine anything short of an overhaul of their lineup will fix their current conundrum. But that’s the task that faces Sandy Alderson this winter.
- MMO weighs in on how many years is too many for David Wright.
- The Bitter Bill ranks the current team in the pantheon of Mets futility.
- Ted Berg goes in-depth on Matt Harvey’s performance this year.
- WFAN makes it official – Keith Hernandez will shave off the ol’ push broom before the home finale.
- Rising Apple says that the MLB Commish has confidence in Mets ownership. Sigh.
- Faith and Fear writes of bad pitches and bitter losses.
Hang in there folks, only two weeks to go. And keep checking out Mets Today.
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Paul is a freelance writer, blogger, and broadcast technology professional residing in Denver. A New Jersey native, he is a long-suffering Mets fan, a recently-happy Giants fan, and bewildered Islanders fan. He's also a fair-weather Avalanche and Rockies supporter. In his spare time, he enjoys the three Gs: Golf, Guitars, and Games.