1. Matt Holliday or Jason Bay: Who Do the Mets Need in Left Field?

    The Mets need an everyday left fielder—on that we can agree—but the question of who Omar Minaya will make the effort to acquire and who he is willing to give up in the process is what fans are concerned about this winter...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 592 reads 14 comments

  2. Review of Citi Field for Stadium Journey

    Much has been said about the Mets and their move into brand new Citi Field this past spring. There have already been many memorable moments both there and at their former residence, Shea Stadium, and I hope you enjoy reading my review...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 132 reads 2 comments

  3. Sorry, NY Mets Fans, I Will Be Rooting for the Phillies If They Play the Yankees

    I never thought that I would say this, but I will be rooting for the Phillies, should they go up against the Yankees in the World Series next week...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 492 reads 24 comments

  4. Will Jason Marquis Be a New York Met in 2010?

    The Mets have several holes to fill this winter, and one of the many concerns is the starting rotation. Oliver Perez, John Maine, and Mike Pelfrey all may have the talent to be solid starters ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 334 reads 8 comments

  5. Jerry Manuel: What Worked and What Didn't Work In 2009

    Jerry Manuel completed his first and possibly last full season as Mets manager, and how he handles things this coming season will determine how many more years he will be a manager in this turbulent Mets organization...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 132 reads 2 comments

  6. New York Mets' Core: Will It Be Intact for 2010?

    Jerry Manuel has stated this week that his core players will likely not recognize many of their teammates next year, and I'm sure that is the case, but you do have to wonder how many of the core players will be prominent members of the team this spring...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 290 reads 4 comments

  7. Mets Rookies Hazed Yesterday, This Is a Good Thing

    The hazing of rookies is a big part of baseball life in late September and yesterday was no different for the Mets. Rookies and fill in players have played a major role on this Mets team in ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 702 reads 6 comments

  8. David Wright Still Haunted by Beaning: Strikeouts Are Mounting Higher

    This has been a roller coaster ride season for David Wright, who now has struck out 130 times, surpassing last year's total of 118...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 226 reads 8 comments

  9. John Maine Works His Way Back to Health in the Mets Rotation

    John Maine made his second pitching start since June 5 for the Mets yesterday against the Washington Nationals and was extremely impressive. Maine pitched five shutout innings and only gave up two singles and one walk while striking out one...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 62 reads 0 comments

  10. Mets Priorities This Winter: What Needs to Be Done?

    The Mets have a lot to work on this coming off season, and like most winters, transactions should be a constant priority...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 233 reads 8 comments

  11. David Wright: Back In the Saddle Trying to Get Comfortable

    David Wright is back in the lineup as an every day player and is struggling at the plate. Taking a 94mph fastball to the head is one of the most horrific things that can happen to you on a baseball field and that's exactly what happened to Wright on Aug.

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 72 reads 4 comments

  12. David Wright and Carlos Beltran's Returns Show Heart, Just May Not Be Very Smart

    Carlos Beltran returned to the starting lineup for the Mets last night and had a solid game even though the Mets lost by a score of 4-2 to the Marlins...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 110 reads 6 comments

  13. Brian Schneider: End of the Road for His New York Mets Career?

    Brian Schneider's tenure with the Mets the last two seasons has no doubt been a roller coaster, both physically and emotionally...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 262 reads 6 comments

  14. N.Y.'s David Wright Returns as Pitcher's Headache With New Rawlings Helmet

    When David Wright is activated from the disabled list tomorrow, he should already have in his possession the new S100 batting helmet from Rawlings that will hopefully protect him from another concussion...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about almost 5 years ago 824 reads 2 comments

  15. New York Mets Look Forward to 2010: What Can Fans Expect?

    With 2009 being all but entered into the history books as one of the most bizarre and frustrating seasons for Mets fans, it's time to look forward to things improving in 2010...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 375 reads 6 comments

  16. Citi Field Seems To Be Cursed: Bring Back Shea Stadium, Please

    When the Mets moved into their brand new stadium this past spring, there was an incredible sense of a clean slate and great things were expected for this team...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 374 reads 10 comments

  17. David Wright Wants To Come Back, Post Concussion Symptoms Getting Better

    David Wright addressed the media for the first time since his concussion on Saturday. He acknowledged the terror of a pitch coming at his head, and knowing that he had no chance of getting out of the way...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 468 reads 5 comments

  18. Jerry Manuel Uses A Sick David Wright as a Pinch Hitter: What Was the Point?

    On Monday night, Jerry Manuel stated that he was giving David Wright a day off for Tuesday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Wright was kept out of the starting lineup, but was used in the ninth inning as a pinch hitter with the hopes of a win...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 276 reads 24 comments

  19. Open Letter to Johan Santana

    Dear Johan, Congratulations on having a great year, and this being your second year on the Mets, you have had time to get used to the New York media and fans...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 147 reads 5 comments

  20. Not Charging the Mound Does Not Make David Wright Less of a Leader

    This season and this week in particular have been brutal to the Mets with the barrage of injuries. During yesterday's game against the Cardinals, the Mets lost Jon Niese during the second inning ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 460 reads 22 comments

  21. David Wright: Are Mets Fans and Media in His Head?

    This has to be one of the most mentally and physically trying years that David Wright has had to endure during his five year career since his MLB debut with the Mets in July of 2004...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 118 reads 8 comments

  22. Beltran, Delgado, and Reyes: Bring Them Back or Shut Them Down?

    The Mets are in a bad place right now, out of NL East contention and dropping further down in the Wild Card standings. To say that their chances are not looking at all promising for the rest of the season is a major understatement...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 214 reads 21 comments

  23. MLB: Let the Players Play Ball, No Need for Outside Distractions

    Baseball players today earn more money than most of us can even imagine but, also have more pressure on them being in the public eye...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 77 reads 2 comments

  24. Mets Are Growing the Playoff Beards: They Believe in Themselves

    The Mets are battling their way back into postseason contention, they have a four-game win streak and are currently playing the best baseball now that they have all season...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 663 reads 4 comments

  25. Jeff Francouer: Just What The Mets Need This Summer

    Jeff Francouer has impacted this 2009 Mets team in more ways than can be measured. I admit that when I first heard the news of the Mets trading Ryan Church to Atlanta for Francouer, I was not happy...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 104 reads 5 comments