Good morning Mets fans!
Last night, the Mets (31-45) fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates (37-41) by the score of 6-4 at Citi Field. It marked the teams seventh straight loss, the second such streak this month alone.
Latest Mets News
Brandon Nimmo’s MRI results came back negative yesterday, and he won’t go on the disabled list. For now, he is considered day-to-day.
Prior to last nights ball game, the Mets called up RHP Tyler Bashlor, the hard throwing righty made his major league debut last night.
According to Matt Ehalt of The Record, Noah Syndergaard threw 15 pitches off a mound on Sunday and will throw off a mound again today. After that, he is slated to throw a live batting practice session on Friday.
Mets 3B David Wright took batting practice at Citi Field on Monday, he will travel with the team to Miami and continue his rehab in Port St. Lucie.
Prior to last night’s game, Steven Matz was honored as a finalist for the ‘18 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award, an award named after the Hall of Famer.
Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic discusses why the Mets need to extend Jacob DeGrom.
Latest MLB News
With 10 days remaining in All-Star Game voting, here is a National League update.
The Tigers announced today that they’ve signed No. 1 overall pick Casey Mize. The former Auburn ace received a $7.5MM signing bonus.
Latest NL East News
Latest on MMO
In this edition of the Talkin’ Mets podcast Mike Silva discusses with Rich Mancuso of NY Sports Day wether the Mets should rebuild or retool.
In the MMO Fan Shot, Marc Epstein asks Where is the Accountability?
Jack Hendon says Sundays Bunt Faux-Pas is a Microcosm of Systemic Incompetence.
This Day in Mets History
1963: President John F. Kennedy delivers his iconic “Ich bin ein Berliner” (I am a Berliner) speech from the steps of Rathaus Schneberg. During his visit, large crowds greet JFK with banners, including one that reads, “Let’s Go Mets”.
1983: Rusty Staub ties the single season record with his eighth consecutive pinch hit.