David Wright, growing up and saying goodbye

“There were some days that it was too painful to think about baseball.” Those were the words of a tearful David Wright during an emotional Thursday afternoon press conference at Citi Field as the Mets’ homegrown star announced that his next start will be his last. And as I’ve sat here staring into the depths of my computer […]


The Invention of Lying

When someone lies to you, it’s because they don’t respect you enough to be honest or that they think you’re too stupid enough to realize they’re lying in the first place. That’s exactly how the New York Mets are treating their fan base. Throughout the course of this season, this organization has being spreading misinformation or, as […]

MLB: New York Mets at Cincinnati Reds

The financially restricted Mets are getting nothing out of their most expensive assets

The New York Mets have not been spending big-time money over the past decade. While this news will come as a surprise to no one, it reinforces the fact that the money this franchise does spend is all-the-more important. As the Mets continue to struggle this season—they sport a 16-26 record over their last 42 games […]

MLB: Spring Training-New York Mets at Houston Astros

What we’re not talking about: spring training stories that deserve a second look

Spring training is in full swing for the New York Mets and while everyone’s attention has seemingly been on Mickey Callaway’s inaugural season as manager, Hansel Robles getting shelled and the unwarranted smear campaign of Yoenis Cespedes — don’t get me started on that last one — there are plenty of things going on in camp that […]


BP Mets Unfiltered: No more half measures

After a vastly disappointing 2017 campaign, the New York Mets are entering a crucial offseason for their franchise. Their 70-92 record this season was the team’s worst since 2009, they endured 25 disabled list stints, underperformance from those who remained healthy and traded away many of the veterans that made up their roster. Yet with […]