The Mets are now the only team in the majors undefeated at home. Jacob deGrom pitched seven shutout innings, and New York got home runs from Travis d’Arnaud and Wilmer Flores to beat the slumping Miami Marlins 5-4 Saturday night …
Newark Star-Ledger 2 hours ago
They play their series finale against the Marlins, trying to win their eighth straight game and it's none other than Matt Harvey on the mound. He'll oppose Tom Koehler.
MetsBlog 11 hours ago
Mets reliever Alex Torres gets Christian Yelich to strike out for the final out of the Mets’ 5-4 win, earning his first career save. >> Watch here Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores belts a two-run home run to left field to …
Newsday 11 hours ago
For the second time during this homestand, the visiting clubhouse at Citi Field hosted a division rival that had been knocked into a tailspin by the Mets.
For ace Matt Harvey they’ve got the ‘Dark Knight of Gotham” and hashtag #harveyday. But Jacob deGrom? Not much.
Mets 360 1 hour ago
This may be the 10th article you’ve read about Jacob deGrom in the last 12 hours. But he’s been so good he’s deserved every one of them. He’s one pitch away from having not allowed a run in three starts.…Read more →Related Posts:How does Jacob deGrom...
Terry Collins' years in the game have taught him that even the greatest pitchers aren't exempt from certain truths. So the Mets' manager wasn't shocked when ace Matt Harvey didn't look as otherworldly in his second start as he had during his season debut.
New York Post 9 hours ago
Matt Harvey’s first start at Citi Field was subpar by his lofty standards, and Terry Collins wasn’t surprised because of how many great pitchers have told him how difficult the...
The strange thing is, Alex Torres didn't really like the new protective cap he unpacked at his locker before Saturday night's game. By the ninth inning, however, nobody at Citi Field even noticed he was wearing the odd-looking plastic halo.