1. The Mets Will Drive You Mad, Just Ask K-Rod

    The Mets will drive you absolutely insane. To call Wednesday night's loss devastating sadly sounds so repititve that you might as well just call it another Wednesday in Flushing...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 288 reads 0 comments

  2. Trying to Stay Positive as a Mets Fan

    Last night's game was a great pitching performance all around, but it's hard to get excited about Mets baseball after last week's let down and a serious lack of wins since the All Star break...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  3. The Vicious Mets Win Cycle

    History show us the Mets are by and large a streaky baseball team. They have ups. They have downs. But like the economy there seems to be a cycle to this madness...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  4. One Run Games Are Mets Kryptonite

    The Mets are 14-22 in one run games this year. That's 36 games decided by a single run. Sunday was no exception. The Mets battled back against arguably the best pitcher in the National League in Roy Halladay but leave Philly with nothing to show for it...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 30 reads 0 comments

  5. Ruben Tejada Knotches His First Save

    Johan Santana pitched most of the game in masterful fashion. Jeff Francoeur was the lone player to drive in a run. Pray Rod amazingly pitched for 5 outs without giving up a run. But Ruben Tejada is the one who saved the game for the Mets...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 80 reads 0 comments

  6. Gut Punching Entertainment

    Just when you think you can't sink any lower, the Mets find a way. The Mets teased their way to a 2-1 lead behind a solid performance by Jon Niese only to have the rug pulled out from ...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 232 reads 0 comments

  7. Pelfrey's Epic Fail

    Mike Pelfrey is unraveling before our very eyes. During Wednesday night's matchup with the Braves, Pelfrey came undone and every Mets Lifer knew it was over...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  8. New York Mets: Frenchie's Monkey Finally Leaves Back

    Jeff Francoeur has been abysmal this year. He's been relegated to bench warming duties and rightfully so. But last night, Frenchie finally had a moment in the sun and it couldn't have happened in a better situation...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  9. It's Time Santana Took Some Blame

    Johan Santana has been an exceptional pitcher. He doesn't get the run support he deserves for most of his time with the Mets...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  10. Mets Season on the Brink

    I know how melodramatic this sounds, but there's absolute truth in it. This week will decide the direction of the Mets not just for this year, but well into the off season. The players status with the team is on the line...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 124 reads 1 comments

  11. Only the Mets Can

    Only the Mets can beat the best team in the league one night, and lose to the worst team in the league the next. Only the Mets can turn a 2 homer/5 RBI night by their star player into a mocking defeat...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 233 reads 0 comments

  12. Revenge Should Be on Mets Minds

    Last night's tragic affair is almost too soon forgotten thanks to the RA Dickey led Mets win over the Cardinals...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 47 reads 0 comments

  13. Things Not Heard at the Mets vs Cards Game Last Night

    "Johan Santana looks good." "Jeff Francoeur gets better at the plate in extra innings." "At least, the Cardinals didn't score 7 runs in the first inning." "Pedro Feliciano has amazing command...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 51 reads 2 comments

  14. Mets Won't Make a Move

    The Mets are pretty predictable when it comes to the trading deadline. Every year there's a ton of hype early on and the Mets are named as players in the market for top notch talent, ...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  15. Meeting Keith Hernandez

    The other week I had the opportunity to meet the player I most tried to emulate as a baseball player, Keith Hernandez. It's not a wild tail of chasing him down or bumping into him unexpectedly, but it was still a pretty cool encounter from my perspective.

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 91 reads 2 comments

  16. Apathy is Setting In

    Last night's extra inning loss should have been a painful, disappointing game for me as a Mets fan. Unfortunately it wasn't. It was a fully expected outcome. As I monitored Twitter to see what other Mets fans were saying, the dialogue was no different...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 42 reads 2 comments

  17. This Feels Like the 2009 Mets

    Injuries. Under-performing superstars. A mid-season change in right field. Erratic bullpen. Absence of timely hitting. Unwinnable road trips. Are we stuck in 2009? Because that's what it's starting to feel like...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 33 reads 0 comments

  18. The Mess that is the Mets

    The Mets have won two of their last 8 games. For most of June the Mets were floating around the 10 games over .500 mark and now find themselves closer to 10 games out then having the division lead...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 28 reads 0 comments

  19. Jason Bay is LOST

    Call him Jack Shephard. Call him Hurley. Call him Sawyer, Freckles, Locke, Jin , Henry Gale or Desmond for all I care. It all leads to the same conclusion. Jason Bay is utterly lost...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 47 reads 0 comments

  20. Dark Cloud or Sunny Outlook for the Mets?

    Welcome to the All Star break. Last year at this time the Mets were on a roll winning 8 straight heading into the All Star game...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  21. Is It Time for the Mets to Trade Francoeur?

    When the Mets traded for Jeff Francoeur last year I was shocked. I viewed Frenchie as a lifelong Braves player and couldn't understand why Atlanta would give up on their home grown talent...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 172 reads 0 comments

  22. Dear Phillies, Please Trade Jayson Werth

    Now that LeBron-gate is over and it appears Cliff Lee is ending up with the Yankees (surprise!), it's time to turn our attention to other notable trade rumors...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 809 reads 2 comments

  23. Impressive Start End in Disappointing Loss

    Jon Niese is becoming more valuable a starter to the Mets every time he goes out there. Too bad he had to lose yesterday. Niese pitched a terrific game from a statistical standpoint...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  24. Johan Santana Is in a Rare Position

    Johan Santana will take the mound tonight and be in a position he hasn't found himself in for a long time. He's fighting to stay above .500. He's trying to stay relevant. He for the first time in ages needs to prove he's the best pitcher in the rotation..

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 21 reads 0 comments

  25. The Mets Have a Problem and His Name is Pray Rod

    A 3 run lead in the 8th inning against the perennial bottom dwelling Nationals should be enough to seal a win for the Mets, but that was not the case on Saturday afternoon...

    David Marine Written by David Marine about over 4 years ago 31 reads 0 comments