Archive for September, 2012
Braves 6 Mets 2 On the bright side, the Mets won’t have to play the Braves again in 2012, and will never again have to face Chipper Jones.
Braves 2 Mets 0 And now, back to reality.
Mets 3 Braves 1 After all that Larry Jones did to the Mets in his 19-year career, the least the Mets could do in return was spoil his special day in Atlanta.
Mets 6 Pirates 5 Finally, Mets fans have something to celebrate.
If you’ve been reading MetsToday for the past week, you know my dog went through a rough stretch — and is still recovering. I was beyond thrilled on Monday when she came home, but the happiness dampened the next day by terrible news: Shannon Forde was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer that has metastasized […]
Mets 6 Pirates 0 It took five and a half months, but the Mets finally gave their hometown fans something to cheer about.
Pirates 10 Mets 6 Just think, if this were 1960, this miserable season would be over. Then again, if this were 1960, the Mets wouldn’t exist. Hmm …
Don’t look now, but the Mets have won 4 in a row. How’d they do it? By beating up on teams that are even less competent than they are. They swept the hapless Marlins in a series that Mets’ radio announcer Josh Lewin described as “schadenfreude theater.” It was nice to see another team implode […]
Mets 6 Pirates 2 FOUR IN A ROW!!!!
Mets 3 Marlins 2 Mets sweep the Marlins, solidifying their hold on fourth place in the NL East.
Mets 4 Marlins 3 Since this game was not broadcast on a television station I could watch, and I couldn’t attend the game in person, I’m taking for granted that Howie Rose and all the tweeters weren’t lying when they said the Mets won.
Mets 7 Marlins 3 Finally, the Mets meet a team that is more fundamentally flawed, and deeper in the tank, than themselves.
Eleven years ago today, this happened:
Phillies 16 Mets 1 Can a blog be speechless?
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 […]