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The Mets will honor the late Gary Carter this season with a “KID 8” patch on all players and coaches uniforms. Here’s a photo of the...Continue reading »

Council, the three-brother rock band, will be appearing at Citi Field for a pre-game concert on September 27th, when the Mets take on the Cincinnati...Continue reading »

An alternate poster from the Mets ownership: Keep Funding Our Legal Defense ...

In a Mets season that included an 8-game winning streak and numerous wins at home, but also K-Rod’s blown saves on the road, and whatever this mess...Continue reading »

Jerry Seinfeld was in the SNY broadcast booth for the Mets game against the Detroit Tigers today, calling the game and reminiscing about Seinfeld and Lady...Continue reading »

Ike Davis continues to contribute, winning it in walk-off fashion with a homerun in the bottom of the 11th inning against the Padres today. PADRES WHO? Guess...Continue reading »

The 2010 Mets have proven to suffer from a most severe case of Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome: namely that they are brilliant while playing at home and absolutely terrible while playing on the road. How bad is the split? An almost schizophrenic 21-9 at Citi Field vs. 8-18 on the road. A most mysterious case... Let’s hope the Mets can turn it around on the road… just...Continue reading »

After using Gary Matthews Jr. to pinch-hit in almost every single game, despite a .190 batting average and 1 measly RBI, the Mets finally got rid of him. Only 3 months too late on this one, guys… ...

Jose Reyes is the fastest player in Mets history to get to 1000 hits.* JOSE! JOSE! JOSE! *Coincidentally, he is probably also the fastest player in Mets history. ...

The Mets have agreed to sign All-Star outfielder Jason Bay to a four-year, $66 million contract, pending a physical, improving their chances of making the playoffs in 2010. Now while I could go into the next moves the team needs to make to get back to World Series shape, I’d much rather share something I found in the comments section of MLB.com… a poem from...Continue reading »