5:46 AM EDT, Mon August 19, 2019
Amazin Avenue 8 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...
NorthJersey.com 10 hours ago
Pete Alonso talks about breaking the National League rookie home run record

Pete Alonso talks about breaking the National League rookie home run record

On Sunday, Pete Alonso broke the record for home runs by a National League rookie.        
SNY TV 10 hours ago

Mickey Callaway praises Amed Rosario's versatility, unselfishness

When Mickey Callaway noticed JD Davis moving with what he said was not a "smooth gait," the manager's decision on who would take over in left field came down to one person, Amed Rosario.
SNY TV 12 hours ago

Mets Takeaways from Sunday's 11-5 win over Royals, including offense notching 16 hits

The Mets handed it to the Royals in a 11-5 win to take the series in Kansas City on Sunday afternoon.
Amazin Avenue 12 hours ago
Pete Alonso breaks home run record for National League rookies

Pete Alonso breaks home run record for National League rookies

Photo by Ed Zurga/ Alonso sets a new record with 40, with six weeks left in the season Pete Alonso hit his 40th home run of the season this afternoon in Kansas City, and now owns the record for most home runs by a National League rookie. Alonso surpasses Cody Bellinger, whose record of 39 was set in 2017. Bellinger set the record on September 22; Alonso set his on August 18. Before Bellinger, the record was shared by Frank Robinson’s 38 home runs in 1956 for the Reds, and Wally Berger in 1930 for the Boston Braves. The all-time rookie record was set just last year by Aaron Judge of...