Cardinals 3 Mets 0 After being handed a shutout loss in game one, the Cardinals return the favor by shutting out the Mets in game two.
Mets 2 Cardinals 0 Jenrry Mejia and the bullpen shut out the mighty Cardinals as the Mets climb over .500.
Here is tonight’s Mets lineup vs. Cardinals lefty Tyler Lyons: Eric Young Jr., lf Curtis Granderson, rf David Wright, 3b Chris Young, cf Daniel Murphy, 2b Josh Satin, 1b Travis d’Arnaud, c Ruben Tejada, ss Jenrry Mejia, rhp Chris Young batting cleanup, and Daniel Murphy fifth … hmm … Murphy is one of the team’s […]
It’s official: Bobby Abreu is a Met (at least for today). To make room on the roster, Andrew Brown is sent to AAA Las Vegas.
Buzz around the blogosphere is Bobby Abreu will be joining the Mets in Flushing by game time tonight. Abreu has an opt-out clause in his minor-league deal that expires on April 30. He’s hitting .395 with a .489 OBP in 45 plate appearances in AAA Las Vegas, so the argument is “you can’t keep a […]
Mets 4 Braves 3 Mets outlast Braves in a 14-inning snoozefest.
Here are this afternoon’s lineups: Braves Jason Heyward, rf B.J. Upton, cf Freddie Freeman, 1b Justin Upton, lf Chris Johnson, 3b Dan Uggla, 2b Andrelton Simmons, ss Gerald Laird, c David Hale, rhp Mets Eric Young Jr., lf Curtis Granderson, rf David Wright, 3b Daniel Murphy, 2b Chris Young, cf Lucas Duda, 1b Anthony Recker, […]
Braves 7 Mets 5 Mets rally in the ninth but fall short as they lose the game and the series. However, there’s still a chance to salvage one on Sunday.
Braves 6 Mets 0 Mets nearly no-hit by someone from the scrap heap.
Somewhat fittingly, the Mets pass Ike Davis over to Pittsburgh.
Mets 5 Diamondbacks 2 Look at that — not only do the Mets sweep the Snakes in Arizona, but they also rise above .500 for the first time in 2014. 90 wins, here they come!
Mets 9 Diamondbacks Mets mash Diamondbacks early and don’t let up. This, my friends, is what we call a “laugher.”
Mets 7 Diamondbacks 3 For all the lack of sleep, long ballgames, and difficult travel, the Mets put out a great effort in burying the snakes.
Angels 14 Mets 2 Perhaps the exhaustion of this Left Coast trip finally caught up to the Mets, as they were clobbered by the Compton Angels. Unfortunately, there are still three more games to go on this western swing.
Mets 7 Angels 6 Unlikely heroes Omar Quintanilla, Anthony Recker, and John Lannan lift the New York Mets over the Whittier Angels in extra innings.