1. When Will David Wright Finally Be Rested in 2009?

    David Wright has been the only Met regular to take the field every game these past two weeks, mainly due to injuries to the other regular position players...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 144 reads 6 comments

  2. New York Mets: To Acquire or Build from within?

    The Mets will be without Carlos Delgado for approximately 10 weeks after he underwent hip surgery yesterday in New York...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 153 reads 4 comments

  3. Jose Reyes: Should He Have Been Put on the Disabled List?

    Jose Reyes has sat out the last five games and is not showing any true signs of either coming back to the lineup or going on the disabled list to let his leg heal properly...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 213 reads 3 comments

  4. Wright and Beltran Lead Mets to Win the First West Coast Series

    The Mets are going for a four-game sweep of the San Francisco Giants tonight with Mike Pelfrey being opposed by Matt Cain...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 75 reads 1 comments

  5. The Mets Are Heading Out West and May Be Without Some Key Players

    The Mets left last night for their west coast trip, which starts in San Francisco tonight. This will be a big test for them, as they are facing the Giants and Dodgers, both pretty much undefeated at home this season...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  6. David Wright: Steal Attempts and Triples Are Now His Game

    CitiField is not a hitters park—no cheap home runs at all, and David Wright has been running instead of slugging even though two of his three home runs were hit at CitiField. Entering last night's game, Wright had only 10 career triples...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 120 reads 12 comments

  7. NY Mets: Errors Are a Part of The Game, Not a Personal Vendetta Against Santana

    Last night, the Mets seven-game win streak was snapped for a variety of reasons. Johan Santana has not allowed an earned run his last two starts but does not have the wins to show for ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 78 reads 2 comments

  8. The Mets Offense so Far in 2009

    The Mets have an incredible lineup full of speedsters and sluggers, and in two cases, namely David Wright and Carlos Beltran, they have both speed and power as evidenced by both of them being members of the 30/30 club...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 68 reads 1 comments

  9. Mets and Phillies Get Down and Dirty in Series Finale

    The Mets took both games against the Phillies this week and have taken three of four total since last weekend...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 84 reads 4 comments

  10. Carlos Delgado Back in the Lineup, Should He Remain As No. 4 Hitter?

    Carlos Delgado returned to the Mets lineup against Atlanta last night and he did fine, but you do have to wonder if his hip injury will significantly affect his power and production in the lineup...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 83 reads 0 comments

  11. Gary Sheffield: Is He Jeff Conine All Over Again?

    Gary Sheffield was signed by the Mets to add some veteran leadership to the team and for his contributions to the lineup...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 241 reads 10 comments

  12. David Wright and Mets Respond to Minaya's "Lack Of Edge" Statement

    Omar Minaya has drawn a lot of ire from fans for his questionable acquisitions and lack of acquisitions for those that the fans are demanding (Manny Ramirez and Derek Lowe come to mind)...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 494 reads 2 comments

  13. Mets Are Giving Mixed Signals and Lacking the Killer Instinct

    The Mets have completed 21 games and have a record of 9-12, and are about to start a road trip where they will be guests in Philadelphia and Atlanta...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 97 reads 0 comments

  14. David Wright Is Getting Booed At Citi Field, What's This World Coming To?

    David Wright is the face of the Mets franchise, not by his choice, but now is under fire from the media and fans for having a bad April...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 291 reads 2 comments

  15. Jose Reyes: Why Is He Not Getting On Base Or Running?

    Jose Reyes is one of the premier speedsters in the Major Leagues, but so far this season, he has been pretty much neutralized by opposing pitchers...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 155 reads 2 comments

  16. David Wright Shaves His Head and Appears to Be Coming Out of Slump

    David Wright is typically not a good hitter in April, but this month he has the most strikeouts of anyone in the National League at 23, but yesterday he took extra batting practice to level his swing under Howard Johnson and Jerry Manuel's watchful eyes..

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 685 reads 2 comments

  17. Carlos Beltran Refuses To Slide To Avoid Injury: Should He Be Fined or Benched?

    Carlos Beltran has been an incredibly productive hitter so far this season, but his lack of hustle and unwillingness to slide for fear of injury needs to be dealt with, and soon...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 132 reads 12 comments

  18. Santana Is The Pitching Ace, No Need to Call Out Teammates

    Johan Santana is the undisputed ace of the Mets pitching staff, but to be honest, he does not need to call out his teammates for making defensive errors or not being able to get timely hits...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 93 reads 19 comments

  19. Mets Coaches On The Firing Line With Changes In Rotation Not Far Behind

    A little more than two weeks into the season and the Mets are 6-9 and were just swept by the St Louis Cardinals, and there is serious talk about firing coaches and demoting pitchers to the minor leagues...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  20. Breaking Down The Mets Leaders: Their Roles and Strengths and weaknesses

    The Mets have a defacto captain in David Wright, who is the face and voice of the franchise, but there is a network of leaders in the clubhouse and on the field: 1) David Wright ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 77 reads 3 comments

  21. Changes That Jerry Manuel Should Make To Put Mets Back on Track

    Jerry Manuel has been trying to emphasize a team first attitude this spring but so far things have not worked out, although in fairness, the Mets have only played 13 games out of a 162 game season...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  22. Mets Fans Overreacting to Shortcomings Way Too Soon

    The Mets are right now a .500 team in second place after the Marlins and many so called "fans" think they should be qualified to be hitting coach for the Mets and calling for heads from top to bottom to roll already after playing only twelve games...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 69 reads 8 comments

  23. Is a Lineup Shakeup By the Mets Necessary to Drive Away the LOB Blues

    After 12 games the Mets have a 6-6 record, which equals .500, but based on the OBP percentage of the team and an average of about 12 hits per game, their record should be 8-4 at worst...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 144 reads 1 comments

  24. Luis Castillo Walks It Off For The Mets Against Milwaukee

    The Mets won last night in the bottom of the ninth inning on Luis Castillo's walk off single that scored Carlos Delgado...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 43 reads 3 comments

  25. Is HoJo To Blame For The Mets Offense Strugging In Big Situations?

    The Mets have a very potent offense, no question, but most of the hitters are extremely streaky, especially the heart of the lineup and this is a concern for the fans and for Mets management...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 85 reads 11 comments