Found June 21, 2012 on
Darryl Strawberry and Tom Seaver both scooped up World Series rings while playing for the Mets. The competitive fire in each former big leaguer still burns. Things got a bit awkward when Strawberry was asked during a recent all-time team event whether his 1986 squad or Seaver's 1969 championship group would win if the two teams were matched up with Seaver and Dwight Gooden on the mound. Strawberry said he would've loved to have gotten a piece of Seaver with his Louisville slugger, which drew an interesting response from the Hall of Famer hurler. "You don't have any handcuffs on...
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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 [...]
During a question-and-answer session with the Mets All-Time Team, Tom Seaver asked Darryl Strawberry a rude question related to his sordid past.
1995 SUMMIT BRET SABERHAGEN
R.A. Dickey is on track to have one of the seminal pitching seasons in Mets’ history, one to rank right up there with ’69 Seaver, ’85 Gooden, and ’88 Cone.
A lesser man might be tempted by Dickey’s initials to call his season-in-progress “rad”– but you’ll get none of that from this dude…
But Dickey’s stellar performance has led me...
It’s a nice, steamy hot day that feels more like August than it does September.
And my wife has me outside, humping mulch.
There’s some great baseball on tap today, which is one of the many lovely things about Saturday. Everyone is in play. Everyone on your fantasy team is suddenly relevant, unlike Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday where MLB can schedule a ‘light day’...