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Go Yo Go

Final Score: Mets 9, Giants 5

Yoenis Cespedes won the Mets a baseball game yesterday. Shock of the century. I hope Yo hits 15 homers between now and the end of the year and gets paid the millions of dollars he deserves. 376 more words

Changing The Rules Of Baseball

My buddy PJ (A ‘lil Hoohaa) is at it again with the blog challenges and this time it’s one entitled Can Of Corn. It’s based on baseball. 797 more words


These 6 Under-The-Radar Free Agent Signings Have Worked out Great in 2016

When baseball season is over and we have nothing to look forward to except a long, cold winter, who doesn’t love watching a team get the Hot Stove going with a huge splash via trade or free agency? 179 more words

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At 43 years old and after 281 plate appearances, Bartolo Colon finally took a walk

Bartolo Colon’s magical 2016 added another amazing moment to the record books on Monday: For the first time in 281 plate appearances, the 43-year-old Mets hurler took a walk. 202 more words


The Mets Aren't Even Good Every Other Olympics

Final Score: D-Backs 10, Mets 6

The Mets lost to Arizona again last night. The Mets are now 0-4 against them on the season. The cellar dwelling D-Backs have had so much recent success agains the Mets that they are about to leapfrog the San Diego Padres in the NL West. 873 more words

Bartolo Colon Draws First Career Walk, Mets Still Lose

Bartolo Colon was 0-for-1 with a walk on Monday. Somehow, that wasn’t enough as the D-Backs beat the Mets, 10-6. It was Colon’s first career walk… 68 more words


Mets Pitcher Bartolo Colon Draws 1st Career Walk In 282 PAs [VIDEO]

PHOENIX (AP) — Bartolo Colon is having a big season at bat.

First, that unforgettable home run, and now (at last) a walk!

The 43-year-old New York Mets pitcher drew the first base on balls of his career Monday night against Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Robbie Ray. 128 more words