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 […]


Jacob deGrom, by the numbers

After much gnashing of teeth and wringing of hands, it wasn’t even close. Jacob deGrom ran away with the Cy Young Award, notching 29 of 30 first place votes (thanks, San Diego) in Wednesday night’s election. It was really just a formality since early September when his competitors began to fade down the stretch while […]


Comedian Jim Breuer reflects on the career of Mets captain David Wright

Comedian Jim Breuer may be best known for playing a stoner icon in the cult classic “Half Baked” or for his role as Goat Boy on “Saturday Night Live,” but among New York Mets fans he’s just as recognizable as one of the most vociferous members of the Flushing faithful. A Long Island native with […]


Game recap September 28: David Wright returns

The Mets were hammered in their series opener against Miami on Friday night, but quite honestly, nobody really cared. David Wright appearing in a Major League baseball game for the first time since May 27, 2016, easily offset the disappointment of the Amazins’ 8-1 loss, and set the stage for what is sure to be a […]


David Wright’s last triumph

The 2015 postseason run will forever stand out as one of the most surreal and thrilling periods of my Mets fandom. In what was supposed to be yet another in a long string of mediocre seasons, a sudden surge beginning in July catapulted the team into a magical three month stretch. It’s only in retrospect, […]