Some personal news

Much like Jarred Kelenic, BP Mets is saying goodbye this offseason. With ownership changes at the mothership come some structual changes to the way we do things around here, and part of that means a goodbye to the local sites. People far above my head and far smarter than I will explain what that all […]

MLB: Miami Marlins at New York Mets

David Wright deserves better than this

David Wright keeps putting his body on the line for the Mets. He’s done it since he signed in 2001, since he debuted three years later. He fought through concussions and hamstring strains and a literal broken back. But he always came home. Now, he’s fighting for one more chance. I’ve written this article before. About […]

MLB: Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays

Stat preview: Tampa Bay Rays, July 6-8

If you have been paying attention to national coverage of baseball throughout the season, you have probably heard about the Rays’ “bullpenning” and how it is breaking the sport. While “baseball purists” have been complaining about the teams’ strategies, the product on the field has actually been pretty average. With an even .500 record and […]

MLB: New York Mets at Washington Nationals

Matt Harvey was a true Met

Baseball is hard. I know that without taking ground balls on the Citi Field dirt. I know that without even picking up a bat. I know that because so few people are stupid enough to try it and even fewer people are stupid enough to keep trying it. Making it to the majors isn’t easy. Matt […]

MLB: Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets

What if Matt Harvey is good again?

Call me Charlie Brown and give me back my football. What if this version of Matt Harvey, reboot No. 12358, is good? What if he’s reinvented himself, once again, away from a power pitcher and away from a finesse pitcher and into just a guy who gets outs. What if that’s enough? No one knew what […]