Tonight, the Mets will be featured on MLB Network’s annual team-by-team analysis they call 30 Clubs in 30 Days. The show will feature interviews and analysis from the MLB Network crew. The show will start at 8:00 p.m. EDT and will be an hour long.
Mike Pelfrey has continues his dreadful performance from last season this spring. Big Pelf, 28, went 7-13 with a 4.74 ERA. He provided the Mets with an “inning eater,” but nothing more. Pelfrey pitched 193.2 innings last season, and has consistently been near 200 innings in three out of the last four seasons. However, that seems to be the only… Read more →
Today, Fred Wilpon and his firm settled with Irving Picard, a trustee collecting money lost in the Bernie Madoff scandal, for a sum of $162 million. A week or so ago, Judge Rankoff, the judge put in charge of the case, which was due to go to trial today, announced that the Wilpons will repay at least the profit they… Read more →
The Daily News broke the story today that the Wilpons have sold 12 minority stakes in the team and have paid back the loans from Bank of America and Major League Baseball. According to the report: The owners of the Mets have closed deals to sell 12 shares of the team and have repaid their $25 million loan to Major… Read more →
The starting rotation, as you know, can make or break a season. In order to win, you need a solid number one at the top, along with depth, depth, and more depth. The 2012 Mets rotation, once again, is filled with unknowns. There are veterans looking to prove that they still belong, as well as youth trying to cement their… Read more →
Matt Harvey, highly regarded by many as the best prospect in the Mets system, was cut by Terry Collins and Sandy Alderson and was sent to minor league camp. According to MetsBlog, he wasn’t happy about it either: “I’m not happy about it, but I can’t make the decision, so I’m going to go out there wherever I’m throwing and… Read more →
Mike Pelfrey was looking to bounce back from a rough first outing against the Miami Marlins today as he faced the St. Louis Cardinals in his second spring start. After allowing four runs on six hits in 2.2 innings, Mike struggled again. 4.1 IP, 6H, 4 ER, 2 HR, That was Pelfrey’s line from today. He clearly didn’t pitch well… Read more →
A few days ago before the Mets played their first spring game against the Washington Nationals, Terry Collins and the Mets organization were downplaying the severity of David Wright’s rib cage injury. Fast forward to today and everyone is much more concerned. Wright, who has two years left on his contract, is yet to play in a spring game this… Read more →