According to Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com, Mets lefty Daniel Herrera will miss the rest of this season. He will be undergoing Tommy John surgery. Mets doctors discovered a tear in Daniel Herrera’s left elbow, and the southpaw will undergo Tommy John surgery, a baseball source told ESPNNewYork.com. Herrera had remained in spring-training camp until the near-end as a hedge against… Read more →
Tonight at 7:10, the Mets begin their four-game set against the Giants…
In yesterday’s 14-6 loss to the Braves, David Wright officially tied Darryl Strawberry on the all-time Mets RBI list with 733. It took Wright only five more games to get to this figure. The man Wright is passing is one who helped to change Mets baseball forever. He changed the way people looked at the Mets and proved himself to… Read more →
Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit in the leadoff spot for the first time in his career yesterday. He ended the day with three hits and a walk in five plate appearances. He also managed to steal a base. Does this mean “Captain Kirk” should hit leadoff for good?
Johan Santana was rocked by the Braves last night, giving up six runs (four of them earned) over 1.1 innings, the shortest outing of his career. The fanbase panicked, voicing their concerns over Santana’s health on Twitter. Luckily, Santana insisted that he is alright and that there is no health concern at this point.
Jason Bay made a spectacular catch in last night’s game. Here is the video.
The Mets are planning a video tribute for former shortstop Jose Reyes when he returns to Citi Field. From the Daily News: ATLANTA — The Jose Reyes era is over in Flushing, but the shortstop and Mets plan to share one more memorable moment. According to a team source, the Mets will acknowledge Reyes’ nine years in New York with a video… Read more →
Dillon Gee was stellar tonight in his fourth start of the season down in Atlanta tonight. Gee continues the streak of great starts by Mets starters, allowing only one run tonight. The first and only run for the Braves came with the bases loaded in the second inning. Jack Wilson grounded out to Daniel Murphy, whos only play was to… Read more →