Found June 05, 2013 on
It’s been over a year since that unforgettable June day. Ask any Mets fan where they were on June 1st, 2012 and they can tell you. It is a moment that will go down in history: Johan Santana threw the first Mets no-hitter. Now, a year later, what impact does that no-hitter still have?
For the casual fan, it is a moment they will tell their kids and grandkids. It is a day that fans can remember vividly. For the diehard fan, it’s a sigh of relief. Finally the Mets have gotten a no hitter and are off the dreaded list of teams that don’t have one. It was taken as a symbol of progress.
The Mets haven’t been very good since their NLCS run back in 2006, so good moments are hard to come by. This is one of those bright spots during the dark times. Fans viewed this as the beginning of the sun being shinned on this franchise and that the good fortunes were just around the corner.
A simple event like a no-hitter changed the franchise for one night. That night, it wasn’t about the failures or wh...
BEST OF MAXIM
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas shut down Fresno, 8-0.
Binghamton had the day off.
St. Lucie dropped to Lakeland, 2-1.
Savannah had the day off.
Travis d’Arnaud was seen yesterday at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York for follow up on his fractured toe. Travis was cleared to begin weight bearing rehabilitation, but will remain in a boot for...
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas edged out Fresno, 6-5.
Binghamton shut out Trenton, 8-0.
St. Lucie was shutout by Lakeland, 5-0.
Savannah dropped Lexington, 9-2.
ESPN has included the names of the other 20 players believed to potentially be facing MLB discipline, and Mets top-hitting prospect Cesar Puello as well as Ex-Met Fernando Martinez are among...
Your intrepid columnist got a little jolt this morning. He clicked on MetsBlog.com to read that there is a very strong possibility that the Mets will be buyers at the trade deadline.
Really? Buyers? After going from the extremely high mountaintop of sweeping the Yankees to the deepest of valleys in being swept by the Marlins? After even Matt Harvey got roughed up by a gang with...
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas had the day off.
Binghamton dropped to Trenton, 10-6.
St. Lucie dropped to Lakeland, 4-2.
Savannah got shut out by Lexington, 4-0.
Teddy Klein took a look at five players the Mets could be targeting with their No. 11 pick in today’s MLB Draft. MMO and MMN will feature live coverage all night, as Clayton Collier will be...
With the #MetsTwitterDraft officially on the horizon, it is about time to start mocking the draft to see who will end up where. While the managers of #TeamStache and #Team Presser have been relatively quiet about their draft strategies, here are my best guesses as to who will be chosen where.
For the purposes of this mock draft, Presser has been awarded the first pick. There will...
The New York Mets pounded out a season high 15 hits to beat the Washington Nationals by the score of 10-1 tonight at Nationals Park. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Mets who last won against the Yankees in the Subway Series oh so long ago.
Marlon Byrd walloped two home runs, his seventh and eight longballs off the season. David Wright added another homer to give...
NEW YORK (22-32) AT WASHINGTON (28-29)
Jeremy Hefner (1-5, 4.74) vs. Jordan Zimmermann (8-3, 2.37)
The Mets have dropped three straight following their five-game winning streak and are 5-5 in over the last 10 games. They are 10-15 on the road this year. The Mets’ odds are so long now, that they are now among the three biggest longshots in MLB of going to the 2013 World...
Here’s some good news for a change…
Left-hander Jon Niese tossed 39 pitches today, in a successful bullpen session at Nationals Park in Washington D.C.
Niese said he had no problems, threw the ball free and easy, and was able to get his arm angle to where he wanted to. He does not foresee any after effects tomorrow and said he felt much better than his previous bullpens in between...
The New York Mets got some welcome new last night. One of their top prospects is finally able to continue down the road to recovery. Travis d'Arnaud has been cleared to begin rehab on his injured foot. This means he will hopefully get the walking boot removed soon.
According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, D'Arnaud is still wearing the walking boot, but he will...
Stop the presses! The Mets scored a bunch of runs last night while beating the Washington Nationals! While that doesn’t bode well for their run scoring averages for the rest of the week, the Mets look to make it two in a row today as they take on the Nationals for the rubber game. Shaun Marcum gets the nod for the Amazin’s as he faces off against Gio Gonzalez.
Shaun Marcum is...
Douchejuice scumbag Mike Francesa treated Bill in Flushing like absolute **** last week when William suggested that Ike Davis had a hitch in his swing.
Yesterday the ***** took a call from Al...
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Center fielder Matt den Dekker, who suffered a fractured right wrist during a March 24 Grapefruit League game, is ready to get into games according to Adam Rubin. Den Dekker was scheduled to DH in a back-field game in Port St. Lucie, Fla., on Thursday before heavy rains altered the plan. The hope is that den Dekker can begin to swing in games Friday.