I never appropriately appreciated David Wright during his career. When he first came up, I was enamored with what I thought he could be, then I took him for granted instead of being wowed by[…]
With more than two-thirds of a lost season complete, what are we rooting for? This past weekend the Mets took two out of three games from the last place Miami Marlins. By the end of[…]
From time to time I receive questions on on my Facebook and Twitter pages. This week, I’ve decided to address some of the Mets-related ones… 1. Can you explain why Jose Reyes is still on[…]
As the Mets limp towards the end of the beginning of summer, let’s try to understand what’s happened in the first three months… The internet is a funny place, isn’t it? I had an idea[…]
For the past few weeks, I have been writing about the slumping Mets with increasing concern. What started out as a “they’re better than this” became “I’m sure they’re better than this” and then “I[…]
I really didn’t want to write this. As an experienced Mets follower, I know the facts of this life, and you really do have to take the good with the bad. So, after the relatively[…]
Let’s face it, May has been a terrible month. Whatever was good about April has been bad about May. Thus, as the Mets prepare to play their 50th game, a 25-24 record makes frustrating sense.[…]
Last night, Jose Reyes stepped up to the plate with two outs and the tying run in scoring position. There was not one Mets fan who expected Reyes to deliver in that spot, and for[…]
While ownership has made it clear that the team will have is slashing payroll this offseason, they are essentially writing themselves a death sentence by letting Reyes get away.
Gotham Baseball’s Charles Hollon talks with Chris Leible, who represents one of the most popular players in Mets history; Jose Reyes.