The New York Mets announced today that Noah Syndergaard will have ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgery, also known as “Tommy John surgery,” on his right elbow after tearing the UCL of his throwing arm.
The Nets stayed hot, the Islanders lost again and two New York baseball stars are out indefinitely. New York sports definitely packed a punch yesterday.
Last night was a bit slow in the realm of New York sports, I won't lie. Since we aren't in the heart of baseball season yet, and both the Nets and Knicks had the night off, there wasn't much action. Still, we prevail, thanks largely in part to a thrilling shootout win by the Buffalo Sabres.
Jerry Koosman, the winningest left-handed in New York Mets history, will join elite company when his No. 36 is retired on June 13, the ball club announced today.
The Mets have somehow been dragged into the MLB’s massive mess, resulting in the firing of new manager Carlos Beltran. New York never stood a chance. When Alex Cora and the Red Sox “mutually parted ways” we all knew Beltran was going down. It was only a matter of when. And that when was today.
Holy crap. It's finally happening. I've been waiting so long for this day. Picture this scenario: I am sitting at work scrolling through my “professional” work Twitter when I see this tweet:
A season in which Pete Alonso was an All-Star, won the Home Run Derby and broke the rookie home run record with 53, the 24-year-old first baseman was named the National League Rookie of the Year.
It took Pete Alonso 161 games to break the rookie home run record, previously held by cross-town rival Aaron Judge.
The Mets’ farm system continues to deplete as the team announced today it traded two top pitching prospects 一 Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods-Richardson 一 for starting pitcher Marcus Stroman and cash.
After being rained out on Monday night, the New York Mets and New York Yankees split a doubleheader on Tuesday, with the Yankees taking game one and the Mets claiming game two in the Bronx.