Category Archives: New York Mets

Mets: Forever Kiner’s Korner

At age 91, Mets famous broadcaster and Hall of Fame slugger Ralph Kiner passed away on Thursday due to natural causes in his home in Rancho Mirage, California, along side his daughter

New York Mets Lose An Icon in Ralph Kiner

Pitchers and catchers haven’t even reported for spring training yet, and the New York Mets already have one loss. Ralph Kiner, 91, died on Thursday after an almost unbelievably full and fascinating life.

Piazza Misses Out on Hall of Fame vote; Mets Snubbed Again

Mets fans might be happy to know that a former Mets pitcher will be inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 2014, and that there is a very strong

2013 Double G Sports Awards Announced

After weeks of nominations and finalist voting, the 2013 Double G Sports award recipients have been announced. Teams and individuals were awarded this years honors as well as an award for NY/NJ

Mets Finally make Real Winter News, Sign Granderson for $60M

Yes, the Mets’ front office does have a pulse. After weeks of hand-wringing, and an acquisition of one declining outfielder that excited absolutely nobody, the Mets have put themselves on the hot

Early Off-Season Update on Yankees and Mets Heading Into Thanksgiving Weekend

The Major League Baseball offseason as a whole has gotten off to a slow start, as usual. Things don’t always pick up full steam until mid-December. The New York clubs have been

Mets Bullpen Needs Better Arms, Fewer ‘nice stories’ In 2014

The New York Mets this week learned that free agent 41-year-old relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins had accepted a contract with the Colorado Rockies for 2014. Hawkins this past season turned out to be

1988 Anniversary: The most unloved 100-win team in Mets history

When the Dodgers fell apart on Friday night with the best pitcher in the league on the mound for them, it assured them of a quarter-century of failing to reach the World

Surgery for Harvey, but Mets rotation still a team strength

It almost seemed as though Matt Harvey was the last to figure out what the rest of the world already seemed certain of—that his elbow would require Tommy John surgery and that

Mets Clinch Winning Record, Then Come Home and Lose Some More

In his first at-bat of the Mets’ last road trip of the season, David Wright came off the disabled list and hit a home run. In his second at-bat of the Mets’

Mets’ Rosario Named Top Prospect in Appalachian League

Amed Rosario, who signed with the Mets as an international free agent in 2012, has been named the top prospect in the Appalachian League by Baseball America. Rosario, 17, hit .241 with

Mets’ Dominic Smith Ranked by Baseball America

According to Baseball America, the Mets’ first-round pick Dominic Smith was named the fourth-best prospect in the Gulf Coast League this season.  The Mets had no other players ranked in the top