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Dillon Gee (left) and Tim Byrdak (second to right) definitely win outfit of the day. By the way, if you can’t tell, that’s Dillon Gee, Tom Goodwin, Bobby Parnell, Jay Horwitz, Jon Niese, Tim Byrdak, and Eric Langill (bullpen catcher).
Here’s another picture, where Mets PR man Jay Horwitz makes another appearance:
By the way, if you can’t tell, that’s Josh Thole, Jeff Wilpon, Jay Horwitz, David Wright, and Mustache Man Daniel Murphy.
I wonder who the best golfer on the team is. Who do you think it would be?
Photos Via @Mets on Twitter
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Dillon Gee was masterful, Frank Francisco walked the tight rope and a bunch of doubles were enough for the Mets on Wednesday night.
Gee went seven-and-one-third innings, allowing just two runs on three hits. He walked two and struck out nine in a brilliant outing, at one point retiring 13 in-a-row. He turned it over to the bullpen for the final five outs and they made it worth the...
Frank Francisco is not having a good season, but that's done nothing to deter the reliever's confidence. Francisco's Mets will take on the Yankees for three games beginning on Friday, and he had a simple message for his upcoming opponents. "I can't wait to face those chickens," Francisco told the New York Post. "I want to strike out the side against...
They get swept, they sweep. They get swept, they sweep. That’s how it’s looked since Friday, June 8, when the Mets walked into Yankee Stadium, fresh off dropping two in Washington, with Johan Santana making his first nerve-wracking appearance since his no-hitter. It didn’t go well.
The gopher was well-fed by the time Sunday afternoon came around and the Yankees smirked...
We all know that Darryl Strawberry, the former New York Mets great, has a few demons from his past. He has walked the straight and narrow the last few years and recently took part in an event honoring the All-Time Mets. He was asked a question about the 69 Mets and the 86 version, and [...]
At least somebody isn't afraid to talk trash about a cross-town rival.
"I can't wait to face those chickens," Mets closer Frank Francisco said when asked about playing the Yankees in this weekend's Subway Series at Citi Field. "I want to strike out the side against them. I've done it before."
Before Francisco could elaborate on his "chickens...
Mets closer Frank Francisco sure knows how to egg on his team's cross-town rivals the New York Yankees. Right before an important three game series this weekend, he calls them names and calls them out.
"I can't wait to face those chickens," Francisco told The New York Post right before the Yankees cross the road (actually the Grand Central Parkway) to meet the...
No reason for New York Mets fans to get steamed over ticket prices for the Subway Series.
As part of a summer promotion, the Mets tied the ticket price for some top seats this weekend against the New York Yankees to the gametime temperature Wednesday night.
With heat advisories posted in the city, it was 94 degrees when the Mets started against Baltimore, and that meant a nice...
Mets vs. Yankees Picks
The weekend is here and we’ve got a couple MLB picks for you to look at.
The Mets are doing their thing right now and can be found in second place in the NL East. They’re winners of three straight and now get their chance at redemption at their crosstown rivals.
On Friday we’ll see Jonathon Niese come up against veteran hurler Andy Pettitte...
By many accounts the Red Sox's have stepped up their efforts to trade Kevin Youkilis, once the heart and sole of Boston he now appears to be on the outside looking in at a clubhouse that may possibly be in total disarray. It's said that the Mets are weeks away from deciding if they're buyers and even if they venture into the trade market it will only be for smaller pieces...
NEW YORK -- For seven innings, the New York Mets appeared set to cruise through another dominating pitching performance, ready to blank the Baltimore Orioles for the third straight time. But the Orioles stirred late, and instead of another eye-popping shutout, which would have made it three in a row, the Mets had to settle for a 4-3 win after escaping in the last two innings Wednesday...
“I can’t wait to face those chickens,” Mets closer Frank Francisco told The Post when asked about playing the Yankees in this weekend’s Subway Series at Citi Field. “I want to strike out the side against them. I’ve done it before.”