The 17th annual Subway Series (first was in 1997) starts tonight at Citi-Field, and other than sharing a city these two New York teams are heading in very different
2013 Subway Series.
As this sorrowful story line has not changed since 2009; the Yankees keep on winning, while the Mets cannot stop losing.
The Bronx Bombers are sitting atop the AL East with a 30-19 record.
Flip that around over in Queens as the Mets are 18-29. That lands the Amazins’ only ahead of the Astros and Marlins in the overall rankings.
The last time the Mets won a Subway Series was back in 2008 when they took 4 of the six games against their cross-town rivals.
The only attention grabber in this four game set comes Tuesday night when Mets ace Matt Harvey faces off with the Yankees best pitcher, Hiroki Kuroda.
I don’t thing anyone would disagree that the Yankees have the upper hand across the board, and should win three of four from the stumbling Mets.
New York fans can rejoice in the new MLB schedu...