Terry Collins stepped out of his office late Tuesday afternoon to examine the Citi Field turf, which the grounds crew re-sodded after Beyonce’s pair of concerts during the Mets’ road trip. He stood for a long while in right-center field, fungo bat in hand, watching his players take swings during a sun-splashed day at Citi. […]
The conversation drifted every which direction — from veterans who might be available for trade, to Cuban free agent Yulieski Gourriel, to the Mets’ own cadre of injured players and back again. For more than 18 minutes Tuesday, general manager Sandy Alderson stood in front of television cameras and tape recorders, answering question after question. […]
The lights, the stage, the relatively late notice — none of it seemed to matter to Jameson Taillon. The Pirates rookie and former No. 2 overall Draft pick brushed aside everything the Mets or anyone else could chuck his way on Tuesday, firing eight shutout innings in a 4-0 win at Citi Field for his […]
Mets manager Terry Collins was released from a Milwaukee hospital on Monday, and was en route back to New York, after missing Sunday’s game against the Brewers due to illness.
By the time Jacob deGrom starts Tuesday’s series opener with the Pirates, the Mets’ right-hander will have had a week off between outings.
The already road-weary Mets received news of Terry Collins’ hospitalization just minutes before taking the field to conclude a 10-game road trip Sunday.
Mets manager Terry Collins was taken to a local hospital Sunday after feeling ill prior to New York’s 5-3 loss to the Brewers in the series finale.
Needing a fresh bullpen arm, the Mets optioned right-hander Logan Verrett to Triple-A Las Vegas and called up reliever Erik Goeddel prior to Sunday’s series finale vs. the Brewers.
Zach Davies did not allow an earned run over six-plus innings to continue his streak of dominance on the mound, and five players scored a run for the Brewers, who defeated the Mets, 5-3, on Sunday at Miller Park to split the four-game series.
The night was still young, but the celebration that became a Twitter sensation was in its final stages, dying down, when Boston College baseball coach Mike Gambino approached the Mets’ top Draft pick, Justin Dunn.
With Steven Matz and Jacob deGrom both having started a game in Tuesday’s doubleheader, the Mets had their choice of a Sunday starter, and manager Terry Collins settled on Matz. The Brewers will send the red-hot Zach Davies to the mound for the series finale