1. New York Mets' Roundtable: the May Awards Show

    May was a month of ups and downs for the New York Mets. The Mets took two out of three in Arizona, but came back home with a 3-3 record on their mini West coast trip...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 762 reads 4 comments

  2. Buster Olney: This May be Willie Randolph's Last Weekend with the New York Mets

    Take a good, long look at the above picture of Willie Randolph and New York Mets' owner Fred Wilpon. It may be one of the last ones of its kind...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 788 reads 6 comments

  3. New York Mets’ Roundtable: First Quarter Report Card

    Believe it or not, baseball aficionados, one quarter of the season has passed. The boys of summer will soon be meeting the dog days of summer, and baseball fans around the country ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 667 reads 5 comments

  4. Mets-Yankees: Willie Randolph, the Umps, and the Non-Home Run in New York

    In the top of the fourth inning on Sunday night at Yankee Stadium, Carlos Delgado hit a three-run home run down the left field line, giving the New York Mets a comfortable 6-0 lead over the New York Yankees...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 934 reads 10 comments

  5. New York Mets’ Biggest Rival?: Yankees, Braves, or Phillies

    With the first half of 2008’s Subway Series beginning on Friday, it is time to discuss who really is the Mets’ biggest rival...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 5,620 reads 9 comments

  6. Moves, Cuts, and Hires: What the New York Mets Must Do to Improve Consistency

    Move Nelson Figueroa to the bullpen. It made for a nice story for Figueroa to return home and put on a couple of decent performances, but he doesn't last deep into games. He can probably fill Aaron Sele's role from last year...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 491 reads 4 comments

  7. Offense-Focused Mike D’Antoni Is Bad Fit for New York Knicks

    What is the first thing that a basketball fan thinks of when looking at the Phoenix Suns under Coach Mike D’Antoni?One might assume it would be fast-paced, run-and-gun basketball...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 764 reads 3 comments

  8. New York Mets Honor Dodgers at Citi Field, but What about Giants?

    The Jackie Robinson Rotunda… An Ebbets Field facade… It looks like the New York Mets’ own Fred Wilpon will be doing plenty to honor the Brooklyn Dodgers at their new home, Citi Field, which they will move into in April 2009...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 1,479 reads 0 comments

  9. San Antonio-New Orleans: Third Quarter Unkind To Spurs As Hornets Take 2-0 Lead

    Maybe the San Antonio Spurs can petition the NBA to eliminate halftime. Any momentum the Spurs may have gained from Tony Parker’s three-pointer at the end of the first half, ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 523 reads 4 comments

  10. New York Mets-Los Angeles Dodgers: Some Guts, Little Glory For Oliver Perez

    Cinco de mayo was not very kind to Mexico native Oliver Perez. Perez gave up five runs, four of them coming on three Los Angeles Dodgers’ homeruns en route to the defeat...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 872 reads 0 comments

  11. New York Mets Roundtable: The April Awards Show

    The first month of the Mets’ 2008 season played out like a microcosm of the 2007 season. The Mets took two out of three from the Florida Marlins, including a 7-2 victory for ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 518 reads 7 comments

  12. New York Mets-Pittsburgh Pirates: Wright Bails Out Jose Reyes, Bullpen

    Jose Reyes’s three-for-three with three walks evening was nearly spoiled by his fielding blunder in the ninth inning...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about 6 years ago 661 reads 0 comments

  13. Shunned! Rutgers says, “No Thank You” to Notre Dame

    Those hoping to see Notre Dame Football in New Jersey should continue sitting on the couches or frequenting their favorite watering hole as Rutgers has turned down a six-game home-and-home series against the Fighting Irish...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 597 reads 1 comments

  14. New York Mets’ Morsels: Alou Set to Return, Schneider Out Again, and More

    Adam Rubin of the Daily News is reporting that Moises Alou may be back with the New York Mets this Friday at Shea against the Atlanta Braves...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 200 reads 0 comments

  15. Suns-Spurs: Phoenix Unable to Finish What They Started Against San Antonio

    The Phoenix Suns took the regular season series 3-1 over the San Antonio Spurs.This same Suns squad had an eight point halftime lead in Game One of their opening round playoff series, ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 530 reads 5 comments

  16. Chicago Cubs Blast New York Mets 7-1

    The MVP of Monday evening's New York Mets-Chicago Cubs game never even drove in a run.Kosuke Fukudome's marathon at bat in the eighth inning that resulted in an opposite field ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 302 reads 0 comments

  17. Now Is the Time for the New York Mets

    Up until their unbeaten streak against division foes Washington and Philadelphia, the Mets were playing middling baseball in the month of April...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 167 reads 0 comments

  18. San Antonio Spurs-Phoenix Suns Series Preview

    In 2005 and 2007, the San Antonio Spurs had to defeat the Phoenix Suns en route to an NBA Championship.2008 will pose the same challenge for San Antonio, this time in the opening round...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 1,108 reads 4 comments

  19. Starting Pitching Will Be the New York Yankees' Achilles’ Heel in 2008

    Mike Mussina only lasted three innings in Thursday night’s contest against the Boston Red Sox. Chien-Ming Wang only lasted four innings the evening prior...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 536 reads 4 comments

  20. Younger Generation of the New York Mets Is the Key to Success

    Many like to identify the New York Mets by their old age. They see Pedro Martinez, Orlando Hernandez, Billy Wagner, Carlos Delgado, Luis Castillo, and Moises Alou as guys who are well ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 286 reads 0 comments

  21. The 2008 All-Former New York Mets Team

    What does one do when the New York Metropolitans just got done getting slapped around by the Brew Crew and then is stuck watching a Yankees-Rays game on a Monday evening? Go through ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 340 reads 2 comments

  22. New York Mets’ Updates 4/12/08

    Pedro who? Nelson Figueroa gave up two runs over six innings and struck out six as the Mets’ won their third in a row, defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 on Friday evening...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 403 reads 0 comments

  23. Rangers-Devils: Great Goaltending, Shoddy Refereeing Highlight Game Two

    Nobody would expect New Jersey Devils’ goaltender Martin Brodeur to play two sub-par games in a row. And for all but a 23-second stretch of the third period on Friday night at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, that was true...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 415 reads 0 comments

  24. What’s Going on with the San Antonio Spurs?

    Prior to Friday evening’s contest against the lowly Seattle Sonics, the San Antonio Spurs had scored 64, 72, and 79 points in their previous three games. The Spurs actually managed to win the second one, but looked pitiful in doing so...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 368 reads 4 comments

  25. New York Mets-Philadelphia Phillies: Angel Pagan Answers Mets’ Prayers

    It’s a game of inches. Speed kills. These sports clichés came to life Thursday night at Shea Stadium as Angel Pagan drove in Jose Reyes in the bottom of the 12th to give the New ...

    Dan Siegel Written by Dan Siegel about over 6 years ago 908 reads 2 comments