Mets 2012 Games
Phillies 3 Mets 2 Matt Harvey‘s season ended on a high note. Unfortunately, the game itself finished on a low note.
Phillies 3 Mets 1 The Mets seem hell-bent on preventing a 20-win season by R.A. Dickey.
Brewers 3 Mets 0 This series started out so promising for the road warriors.
Brewers 9 Mets 6 From this game, it was hard to tell which team was still in the playoff race.
Mets 7 Brewers 3 A little time away from home is all some need to get themselves feeling good again.
Nationals 2 Mets 0 Matt Harvey completely blew this game. Had he only been able to hit a three-run homer, the Mets would have won. What a choker.
Nationals 5 Mets 3 As a result of this loss, Gio Gonzalez remains the only NL pitcher with 19 wins.
Nationals 5 Mets 1 The Mets’ offensive futility in Flushing is now reaching historical proportions.
Braves 3 Mets 2 Larry Chipper Jones finishes his career stuck at 49 homeruns against the Mets.
Braves 11 Mets 3 The ship keeps sinking, but it’s still above the Fish.
Braves 3 Mets 0 Winning a baseball game is infinitely more difficult when you don’t score any runs.
This always happens around Labor Day with sub-500 baseball teams. Having realized that the current season is a lost cause, the hardcore fans join the team scribes, broadcasters and even some front office types in the therapeutic process of speculating about next year’s roster. Therapy started a bit early for the Mets this year, when [...]
After dropping 2 of 3 from the defending champion Cardinals, The Mets find themselves 7 games under .500, and 9 games out of the wildcard. The good news is, R.A. Dickey pitched 6.2 innings to earn his 18th victory on Wednesday. With 5 starts left, he has a great chance of reaching 20 wins, and [...]
Mets 6 Cardinals 2 R.A. Dickey becomes the first MLB pitcher to reach 18 wins as the Mets salvage the last game of their series in St. Louis.
Cardinals 5 Mets 1 There was a point in this game when I thought the Mets had a chance to win. No, actually, that’s a lie — there was no point when I thought the Mets had a chance to win. Sorry.