1. Yankees Vs Phillies Is Armageddon For Mets Fans

    If you could ask any Mets fan which 2009 World Series matchup would give him nightmares, he or she would most likely say "Yankees vs Phillies." And of course it has come true, in a year that has just been absolutely abysmal to New York Mets fans...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 5 years ago 38 reads 5 comments

  2. New York Mets: Why Are They Still Collapsing?

    The Mets just suffered a very hard loss today to their divisional foe the Florida Marlins. This was a very frustrating game, from David Wright striking out twice to J.J...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  3. Jerry Manuel: Go to Church!

    Ryan Church was a question mark entering the 2009 season. No one was quiet sure what to expect from Ryan, who was trying to rebound from a head-injury plagued 2008...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 52 reads 0 comments

  4. New York Mets: My Take on the First 12 Games

    My perspective on the Mets' 2009 campaign thus far: After 12 games of the 2009 MLB season, the New York Mets have a pedestrian .500 record with six wins and six losses...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 30 reads 0 comments

  5. Steve "Scab"noulo Leaves New York

    Steve Spagnoulo has reportedly accepted a four year contract to coach the lowly St. Louis Rams. Spagz was a hot commodity this offseason, but recently it was appearing that he would return to the Giants to as their defensive coordinator...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 198 reads 3 comments

  6. New York Giants: Burress Got Shot in The Thigh, Fans Got Shot in The Heart

    The New York Giants season ended tonight after a 23-11 loss to one of their biggest rivals: the Philadelphia Eagles. Not only was this loss devastating for all Giants Fans, but it was especially painful for me since I am Mets and Giants fan...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  7. Rick DiPietro Finally Back behind the Net for the Islanders

    Rick DiPietro made his return to the Coliseum tonight after spending the bulk of the 08-09 season recovering from yet another injury. Despite having not played a game in months, DiPietro played very well and managed to hold Toronto to only one goal...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  8. Islanders-Maple Leafs: Rick DiPietro Returns to Stop the Bleeding!

    The New York Islanders defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight by a score of 4-1. Rick DiPietro was finally back behind the net tonight for the reeling New York Islanders, the losers of 10 straight games...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  9. New York: The Most Hated CITY in Baseball

    Growing up as a New York Mets fan was very tough during the 1990s. It took a lot of guts for me to show up to school with a Mets jersey on during "Yankee day" when every body celebrated one of the many Yankee championships...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 212 reads 8 comments

  10. Should Mets Grab Derek Lowe or Re-Sign Oliver Perez? The Answer Is Obvious

    It has just been reported that the Mets are currently negotiating a contract with Scott Boras and one of his starting pitching clients. Unfortunately, it is not the one I believe they should be going after...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about over 5 years ago 390 reads 8 comments

  11. The Rise and Fall of Aaron Heilman: A Tribute to the Ex-Met Reliever

    Aaron Heilman This name will be forever emblazoned on any Met fan who has endured the past three seasons. A product of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Heilman came up in mid-2003 and was used predominantly as a starting pitcher for the last place Mets...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 179 reads 3 comments

  12. Who'll Be the New York Mets' Left Fielder on Opening Day?

    So far this offseason, Mets General Manager Omar Minaya has focused on addressing the team's biggest flaw, the bullpen, by bringing in closers Fransisco Rodriguez and J.J. Putz. I have been ecstatic about the recent K-Rod Signing and J...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 262 reads 7 comments

  13. A-Rod Or K-Rod: Which Rodriguez Will Be More Successful in New York?

    Now Let it be known that I am a fan of the New York Metropolitans so before you read this know that I will be a little biased, but I am going to try to look at this as fairly as I can...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 49 reads 1 comments

  14. The Mets' Top Five Biggest Bums to Play Second Base

    After coming over to the Mets after the 2007 All-Star break, Mets General Manager Omar Minaya inked Luis Castillo to a four-year, 25+ million dollar contract...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 486 reads 7 comments

  15. New York Islanders Are Ice Cold in December

    After a brilliant month of November where the Islanders pulled to within two games of .500, the New York Islanders began to plummet down another steep drop in what has been a dramatic up and down roller-coaster ride of a season...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  16. The New York Mets Need a Makeover

    Omar Minaya has been very quiet so far this offseason. The hot stove has been more like a freezer to the Mets, who haven't made any moves to better there team for 2009...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 77 reads 1 comments

  17. New York Knicks: What If LeBron Doesn't Come?

    Last night during the pregame show of the Knicks-Cavs game, LeBron James was asked if he and his team were becoming distracted by the "LeBron James to the Knicks in 2010 talk." El Numero 23 responded by saying, "It's not a distraction for us at all...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 224 reads 8 comments

  18. Will Plaxico Burress Saga Be Too Much for Giants to Overcome?

    Being a professional athlete in New York isn't a job for everybody. Some stars will fall short of high expectations, while unknowns can become heroes overnight and thrive in the spotlight...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 116 reads 0 comments

  19. New York Giants' Star Receiver Plaxico Burress Has Been Shot in His Right Thigh

    After contributing mightily in the Giants upset over the Patriots in Superbowl 42, Plaxico Burress has been nothing but a giant distraction to big blue. He has been a non-factor so far this season with struggles on and off the field...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 172 reads 0 comments

  20. Top Three Booms and Bums of the New York Islanders' Young Season

    We are 22 games into the New York Islanders' season—and as of now, they are sitting at the bottom of the tough Atlantic Division with a 9-11-2 record. This season has been a roller-coaster ride thus far...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 603 reads 2 comments

  21. Islanders-Penguins: Winning Streak Ends as New York Sinks in the Third Period.

    After the awesome defeat of the Montreal Canadiens, the Islanders returned to Long Island with a ton of momentum. The Isles had won five of their last six games, and were finally beginning to inch out of the Atlantic Division's basement...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 114 reads 0 comments

  22. New Sports-Comedy Flick Set to Film Featuring the New York Mets!

    If you've grown up during the early '90s like me you've been entertained by numerous sports movies. Most of them were incredibly corny, yet some how I found myself attached to some of these films...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 219 reads 1 comments

  23. Montreal Gets "Byrned" by the Islanders in a Stunning Upset!

    On November 1st 2008, the New York Islanders faced off against the Montreal Canadiens home at the Coliseum, and If you've read my articles you'll know just how furious I was at that loss...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  24. Will The New York Mets Lose Their Identity in Citi Field?

    I've been saying "I wish the Mets could get a new stadium" for as long as I can remember. But now that Shea Stadium is gone, I feel myself questioning my love for this team...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 92 reads 10 comments

  25. 2009 Mets Pitching Staff May Get Sick Without "The Jacket" Rick Peterson

    Former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson took the axe along with Willy Randolph and first base coach Tom Nieto midway through the Metropolitan's 2008 campaign...

    Nick DeSilvio Written by Nick DeSilvio about almost 6 years ago 381 reads 0 comments