The New York Mets continue to disappoint. This afternoon, it was announced that the team is sticking with manager Mickey Callaway “for the foreseeable future” and that Yoenis Cespedes broke his right ankle on his ranch.
The Mets gave up an early 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 to the Padres at Peco Park in the final game of the three-game series. The loss closed out the Mets’ six-game road trip, during which, the Mets went 1-5 against the Brewers and San Diego.
Sad news hit New York Mets fans today after 1986 World Series champion Ron Darling tweeted that after having a large mass removed from his chest, doctors diagnosed the SNY Analyst with thyroid cancer.
After an impressive Major League Baseball debut, Pete Alonso was voted April’s National League Rookie of the Month by the MLB.
So the Yankees have lost a game. You mean they are not going to go 162-0? If you pay attention to Yankee Twitter you would have thought the Bombers got eliminated yesterday afternoon.
A solid outing by Jacob deGrom and two RBIs by newly acquired veteran Robinson Canó propelled the Mets to a 2-0 Opening Day win over the Washington Nationals.
Changes are coming to Citi Field this season, as the New York Mets are working with the New York City mayor’s office and the borough of Queens to change the stadium’s official address. 123-01 Roosevelt Ave., on the corner of Roosevelt and 126th St. in Flushing has been the home of the Mets for a decade. But today, it was announced that the club is working to change the address to 41 Seaver Way to honor Tom Seaver, according to sources.
Le’Veon Bell has agreed to sign with the New York Jets for four years and $52.5 million — $35 million guaranteed and the possibility to go up as high as $61 million with incentives.
It’s been 50 years since the Mets’ 1969 World Series Championship, and what better way to kick off the anniversary than a 4-3 win over the Atlanta Braves in the first spring training game — a sellout of 7,134 fans — at First Data Field.
Knicks Trade Kristaps Porzingis to Mavericks; What it Means for Every Team Directly and Indirectly Involved
Less than an hour after news broke that Kristaps Porzingis "left the Knicks with the impression that he prefers to be traded" in their meeting earlier today per Adrian Wojnarowski, Porzingis was traded to the Dallas Mavericks along with Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr. in exchange for Dennis Smith Jr., Wesley Matthews, DeAndre Jordan and two future first round picks, leaving the NBA world is shock and teaming Porzingis up with fellow euro sensation Luka Doncic and mentor Dirk Nowitzki.