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Sports of The Times: Mets Fans Had Their Say. Now, Let’s Play Ball.

7 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Mets players made their point on the field and Mets fans made their point in the stands, then seemed to move on. They should keep it that way.

Soap Opera That Has Been Matt Harvey's Season to Add Latest Episode in NLDS

Of course Matt Harvey will take the ball for the New York Mets in Game 3 on Monday at CitiField. Chase Utley just cranked up the emotions of this National League Division Series from easy listening to ear splitting. So, as it just so...Show More Summary

Dodgers vs. Mets, NLDS Game 2: Live updates

The first pitch is about 30 minutes away, and it's still really, really hot out. Greinke said yesterday that he expects the ball to traveling farther in the heat. Fans are trickling into the stadium slowly thanks to some heavy traffic with the U.S. vs. Mexico soccer game at the Rose Bowl, also...

New York Mets clinch National League East with win in Cincinnati

New York is 36-17 (.679) in its last 53 games. The New York Mets scored early and often on Saturday, beating the Cincinnati Reds 10-2 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati to clinch the National League East, the first trip to the...Show More Summary

Baseball dads can't stop making catches while holding babies

Please stop doing this. During Thursday night's game between the New York Mets and the Cincinnati Reds, one dad snagged a ball WHILE HOLDING HIS BABY. But guess what? This isn't even the first time we've seen it! Yep, this now seems to be a legitimate recreation activity with your infants. WILL NO ONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN?!

Cincinnati Reds Fan Makes Nice Snag on Foul Ball While Holding Baby

As long as this Cincinnati Reds fan has his glove hand free, he's got the ability to make a play. During the bottom of the second inning of Thursday night's game at Great American Ball Park vs. the New York Mets, Reds catcher Brayan Pena hit a chopper foul down the first base side. Show More Summary

Yogi Berra's #8 Jersey Now On View At City Hall

Legendary New York Yankee (and Met) Yogi Berra died at the age of 90 on Tuesday, and the city he played ball in is honoring his life. Thanks de Blasio! (Really.) [ more › ]

Bootylicious! Beyonce’s Gained 20 Pounds Since Met Gala, Says Nutritionist – See Her Shocking New Body

It’s been more than four months since Beyonce flaunted her nearly-bare booty at the 2015 Met Gala Ball. However, the stress over moving out of her home in Beverly Hills… READ ON

Is It Time To Stop The Insanity Of Wasting Time and Money On More Climate Models?

Guest Opinion: Dr. Tim Ball Nearly every single climate model prediction, projection or whatever else they want to call them has been wrong. Weather forecasts beyond 72 hours typically deteriorate into their error bands. The UK Met Office summer forecast was wrong again. I have lost track of the number of times they were wrong.…

Nats Journal: Michael A. Taylor’s right knee is ‘really, really swollen’ and other injury news

After Tuesday night’s game against the Mets, after he had hurtled around the bases for a little league home run, slipped in pursuit of a deep drive to center, then slipped against trying to throw the ball back in, Michael A. Taylor’s right knee was visibly puffy. It did not pass the eye test, but how did it feel?Read full article >>

Yoenis Cespedes Misplays Ball in Center Field, Leads to Little League Grand Slam

New York Mets center fielder Yoenis Cespedes has arguably the best arm in all of baseball, but in order to show it off, he's got to field the ball first. That's a problem he ran into during Tuesday night's game against the Washington Nationals. Show More Summary

Marlins shut down by Mets’ Colon in 7-0 loss

Then, of course, there’s the ongoing situation with Matt Harvey and whether or not he will be shut down after he reaches 180 innings for the season. “You know Prado is going to put the bat on the ball”, Collins said. “It’s all about momentum”. Matz lasted 5 ¹/? innings and allowed two earned runs

Just Bartolo Colon Flipping the Ball Behind His Back for the Out at First

last monthSports : Vice: Sports

Do Not Despair About Matt Harvey, Mets Fans. You Have Bartolo Colon. [youtube Src='//' Width='560' Height='315'] On A Night When Mets Fans Were freaking Out About Matt Harvey, Bartolo Colon Gave Them Something To Smile About. Show More Summary

Marlins' Marcell Ozuna Clings to RF Wall While Making Impressive Catch

Marcell Ozuna of the Miami Marlins started his first game in right field Friday night, but he didn’t look like a first-timer out there. New York Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson belted a ball deep to right at Marlins Park, but the 24-year-old got a bead on it and clung to the wall while making the snag for the game’s first out. Show More Summary

Royals' Jeremy Guthrie, Rays Ball Boy Compete for Foul Balls

The Kansas City Royals and Tampa Bay Rays met at Tropicana Field this past weekend, which set up quite the matchup. No, not Johnny Cueto versus Evan Longoria. Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie against Rays ball boy Bobby. Guthrie, who is a starting pitcher, spent time in the weekend series sitting in the bullpen with the Kansas City relievers. Show More Summary

Zimmermann stifles Marlins, Nats gain a game on Mets

In the fourth inning of the Washington Nationals’ 5-1 win over Miami on Saturday night, Marlins third baseman Martin Prado lined a ball back at Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann, who collapsed to the ground, trying to catch it as he fell. Show More Summary

Mets Daniel Murphy And Carlos Torres Combine For A Stupid, Awesome Play

2 months agoSports : Deadspin

Mets first baseman Daniel Murphy and pitcher Carlos Torres teamed up for the unusual 1-3-1 groundout in Thursday night’s game against the Phillies. And it all started with a Jeff Francoeur ground ball. Read more...

Colon Tosses 7 Scoreless Innings, Mets Beat Phillies 9-4

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Bartolo Colon tossed five-hit ball and struck out eight in seven sharp innings, Michael Cuddyer hit a long homer and the NL East-leading New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 9-4 on Wednesday night.

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