7:14 AM EDT, Mon August 19, 2019
New York Post 6 hours ago

J.D. Davis dismisses possible Mets concern

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — J.D. Davis’ said his right calf wasn’t bothering him, but his motions on the bases after delivering a pinch-hit, game-tying single for the Mets in the seventh inning Sunday triggered an alarm. “We were thinking of leaving him in left field and letting him play out there. He says he feels...
New York Post 7 hours ago

Edwin Diaz, Jeurys Familia finally give Mets what they need

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This was Redemption Song Sunday for the Mets bullpen. Jeurys Familia, showing much better composure and control, pitched the sixth and seventh innings to get the win while Edwin Diaz came on for a clean ninth inning and registered two strikeouts in the Mets’ 11-5 victory over the Royals at Kauffman...
New York Post 9 hours ago

What’s next for Zack Wheeler after another rough Mets outing

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Zack Wheeler is ready to pile on some extra homework. After a second straight subpar performance Sunday, the Mets right-hander said he probably needs a session watching video with pitching startegist Jeremy Accardo to figure out what’s causing his struggles. “I felt off mechanically, but that was the past two starts,”...
Amazin Avenue 10 hours ago
Mets come out on top in Royal Rumble

Mets come out on top in Royal Rumble

Photo by Jamie Squire/ Despite their manager’s best efforts, the Mets take the rubber game. After a rough start from Zack Wheeler, the offense exploded in the late innings to top the Royals 11-5. The Mets had eight hits and six runs in the seventh, and Pete Alonso capped off the win with his 40th home run of the season in the ninth, giving him sole possession of the National League rookie record. All this happened in spite of some truly awful management from Mickey Callaway, including one decision that could have serious ramifications for the stretch run. The offense wasted no time...
New York Post 10 hours ago

Amed Rosario saving Mets in ‘panic situation’ is another sign

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Baseball is a crazy game. Especially when you play a terrible team. The bottom of the seventh began with shortstop Amed Rosario in left field for the Mets, and although that was a nervous moment for Rosario, who had never played outfield in a game before in his life, the Mets...