Another year, another batch of worthy players kept from the Hall of Fame. As of January 3, according to Baseball Think Factory, only four players, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, and Craig Biggio, have appeared on 75 percent of publicly-released Hall of Fame ballots in one of the strongest classes in history. Approximately one-fifth of all ballots have been… Read more →
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 →
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 →
Check this video out. It’s from the Knicks game last night. Mike Piazza is interviewed. There are quite a few interesting questions in the video.
Here is this afternoon’s Met lineup: Jose Reyes SS Ruben Tejada SS (Reyes is fine, he’s just getting a day off) Justin Turner 2B Lucas Duda RF David Wright 3B Angel Pagan CF Jason Bay LF Josh Satin 1B Mike Nickeas C Mike Pelfrey RHP vs. Livan Hernandez Talking points: The Mets lost last night 8-7 in D.C. They were… Read more →