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The B-Mets went above and beyond for anyone who attended their game yesterday — not only did Noah Syndergaard turn in a relatively effective performance, but the Mets slammed five home runs as part of a 14-3 blowout victory. Syndergaard’s three runs allowed were all listed as unearned because of an error in the sixth that allowed a runner to reach base, and Thor served up a two-out home run. Outside of that inning, however, Syndergaard was in control as usual. He struck out seven.
Rafael Montero settled down in Las Vegas for what feels like the first time, and allowed two runs over six innings. I stick to the idea that Montero needed Triple-A but not Las Vegas — and he might be changing himself to cater to the league. Everything about Las Vegas is wrong for Montero, from the conditions that can affect his grip on the ball to his pitching style. Although his strike:ball ratio was still solid last night, 61:30, there’s more to the story. In 66.2 innings for Binghamton this year, Mon...
BEST OF MAXIM
Tonight's #Mets Lineup:
1. Young Jr 7
2. Murphy 4
3. Wright 5
4. Davis 3
5. Kirk 9
6. Lagares 8
7. Buck 2
8. Quintanilla 6
9. Wheeler P
— Mets Family™ (@MetsFamily) July 5, 2013
Tonight's #Brewers lineup vs Mets: pic.twitter.com/p3JaNZgK6F
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) July 5, 2013
Ike, Buck & Kirk in the #mets lineup… More K's in their names or in their...
The brilliance of Keith Barlow Hernandez on SNY is truly one of a kind. His “Keithisms” are legendary and have been said over and over by Mets fans for years.
So here at the Daily Stache, the fantastic @MetsKevin11 has come up with a way to listen to his greatness over and over with the Keith Hernandez Soundboard.
You wanna hear him say “What a Rockhead!”? You can! How bout...
In conjunction with the release of MLB Productions films on iTunes, Subway Squawkers is giving away two copies of each of the following:The New York Mets 1986 World Series Collector's Edition DVD SetBaseball's Greatest Games 1986 World Series Game 6 DVDBaseball's Greatest Games News York Mets First No Hitter DVD To win a copy, please send an email with your name and mailing...
On Friday night, the Mets hammered the Milwaukee Brewers, defeating them by the final score of 12-5. The Bad News Brewers committed three errors on the field and a number of mental errors on the bases. Despite the Brew Crew’s valiant effort to become the butt of David Letterman’s next Top Ten list, it was two Mets players who really stood out. One went 0-for-6 but took...
Jeremy Hefner allowed one run on two hits over seven innings and the New York Mets turned two throwing errors by Milwaukee third baseman Juan Francisco into a pair of unearned runs and a 2-1 victory over the Brewers on Sunday.
Josh Satin had two doubles and a single for the Mets, scoring one run and driving in the other to extend his hitting streak to 11 games.
Hefner, who matched...
Where there’s smoke, there’s Matt Harvey’s fire.
By the time I arrived at Shea Stadium in mid-June, a Dwight Gooden start had become a New York event. I had been watching Gooden baffle opponents on television over the first two months of the 1985 season. The first month he shut out the Philadelphia Phillies twice and the Cincinnati Reds. From May and early June he pitched into...