1. Mike Pelfrey Has Forearm Tendonitis: Who Will Replace Him In Rotation?

    Mike Pelfrey was given his chance to pitch for the Mets last season when Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez went down with foot surgery...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 215 reads 6 comments

  2. David Wright: A Historic Figure in the First Game at Citi Field

    Citi Field officially opened for business as home to the 2009 New York Mets last night, and it already has some memories that the Mets and the fans would probably like to forget...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 51 reads 0 comments

  3. Are David Wright's Recent Struggles at the Plate Timing, Injury or WBC related?

    David Wright does not normally hit well in April, pretty much a 286 average, the only month that he does not achieve being a 300 hitter...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about 5 years ago 165 reads 14 comments

  4. Friendships Between Competitors: What Place Does It Have in Baseball?

    Major League Baseball players are no doubt part of a huge fraternity, one that those of us who have never played sports at that level cannot begin to understand...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 110 reads 4 comments

  5. Billy Wagner Eyeing an Early Return: Where Will He Fit Into the Bullpen?

    Billy Wagner is working hard in Port St Lucie Florida getting ready to become activated on the Mets roster in either late July or early August after having Tommy John elbow surgery last season...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 184 reads 4 comments

  6. Famous Athletes Dating Models: For Love or Money?

    Football players and cheerleaders dating in high school is considered the norm, but athletes dating models is so common these days, you have to wonder if half of these relationships are for real...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 2,148 reads 2 comments

  7. Mets Pre Game Hug and Handshake Routine

    Much has been made of the Mets and the way they celebrate their successes, minor and major alike, but yesterday before the game started, Johan Santana and David Wright shook everyone's hand in choreographed harmony and hugged each teammate...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 624 reads 4 comments

  8. Adjusting to New Home: Can David Wright Repeat 30/30 Season at Citi Field?

    David Wright is a proven slugger and also a proven base stealing threat, as evidenced by his 30/30 season in 2007. In 2008, Wright had career high numbers in HR's (34) and RBI's (124)...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  9. Mets Win Their First Game at Citi Field- Exhibition and Rain Delayed

    Last night the Mets won their first game at Citi Field, they beat the Boston Red Sox 4-3 in a game that saw a 67 minute rain delay in the 6th inning...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 100 reads 0 comments

  10. The New York Mets Are Out To Prove to the World That 2009 Is Their Year

    Citi Field is awaiting the Mets to have a successful season. The Mets home opener is Apr. 13, after returning from the season opener in Cincinnati and then to Florida to face the Marlins...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 66 reads 4 comments

  11. Luis Castillo: Will He Finally Be a Fan Favorite In 2009?

    Luis Castillo has been on the Mets for the last two seasons and has been out of action due to various leg injuries more often than not, and when he was put in game situations, he was fairly ineffective...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 67 reads 7 comments

  12. How Many Games Will Jose Reyes and David Wright Play In 2009?

    Jose Reyes and David Wright are two extremely dynamic players who make things happen every day and their energy is palpable throughout the stadium...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 115 reads 4 comments

  13. Will 2009 Be The Year David Wright and The New York Mets Grow "Staches"?

    The 1986 Mets were the World Champs, they were a unique bunch with very strong personalities who brawled each other and everyone else, and several of them sported facial hair, namely mustaches...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 140 reads 4 comments

  14. New York Mets: What The Heart of Their Batting Order Will Do in 2009

    The Mets have arguably one of the most lethal line-ups in baseball, and at the heart of the line-up, three of the most feared hitters in baseball reside: David Wright, Carlos Beltran, and Carlos Delgado...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 94 reads 7 comments

  15. Jerry Manuel Set To Begin First Full Season As New York Mets Manager

    When the 2008 season started, Jerry Manuel was the Mets' bench coach supporting Willie Randolph. The events of last summer could not have been foreseen by most fans, never mind players or coaches...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 39 reads 4 comments

  16. Approaching Opening Day: Are the Mets Ready?

    After a long and eventful off-season and spring training, the Mets are finally trimming their roster and are prepared to officially start the 2009 season in their new Citi Field surroundings, after a couple of short trips to Cincinnati and Miami...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  17. Ryan Church: What Kind Of Year Will He Have In 2009?

    Ryan Church had a memorable season in 2008, even though he does not remember much of it because of two concussions within twelve weeks. While he did try to come back, he was not the same player when he returned to the active roster...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 98 reads 8 comments

  18. New York Mets Infielders at Various Stages Of Progress But In Harmony

    The Mets have two infielders in Jose Reyes and David Wright on the left side who are young and still developing, and they have two infielders on the right side in Carlos Delgado and ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 97 reads 2 comments

  19. Will Oliver Perez Rebound and Prove the New York Mets Invested Well?

    Oliver Perez has always been an entertaining and erratic pitcher, but the New York Mets are very much concerned and more than a little annoyed at him right now...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 60 reads 6 comments

  20. New York Mets Hope To Benefit From Their Players WBC Experiences

    The Mets sent a MLB-record 16 players to participate in the WBC these past three weeks. While the tournament is over, it will be interesting to see what, if any, short-or-long-term effects ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 54 reads 2 comments

  21. Was Team USA the Inferior Team to Japan or Just Poorly Managed?

    Team USA lost to Japan last night, eliminating them from the WBC, and now Japan will go for the title against Korea tonight...

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

  22. Are The Mets Ready To Start The 2009 Season ?

    For the New York Mets, this spring has been very eventful and it will only get more interesting. They will be under a strong microscope to show that they have put two consecutive September ...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 867 reads 2 comments

  23. Will John Maine Bounce Back Effectively After Shoulder Surgery?

    John Maine's 2008 season was cut significantly short last year due to shoulder pain and stiffness which required surgery in late September to repair bone spurs behind his shoulder blade...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 14 reads 2 comments

  24. Team USA to Take on Japan in WBC Semifinals: Is Fate on Their Side?

    Team USA made it to the semifinal round of the WBC taking place this weekend in Los Angeles, in large part due to David Wright's walk-off hit in the bottom of the 9th inning on Tuesday night...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 59 reads 1 comments

  25. Should David Wright Be Forced By Mets to Return to Camp After Foot Injury?

    Team USA is falling apart at the seams more each passing day, and last night, they suffered another blow. The game did and will continue to go on, but with few to no reserves, it is getting scarier by the minute...

    Wendy Adair Written by Wendy Adair about over 5 years ago 179 reads 8 comments