Category Archives: National League East

The Mets win because of a bad call, but that’s still better than losing

Great my favorite player is now the subject of the biggest baseball controversy since Nicholas Castellanos got suspended for literally flexing on the opposing pitcher. In case you missed it, Michael Conforto had a chance to drive in the winning … Continue reading

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I won’t panic about the Mets until they lose a game to the Marlins

Oh no, the Mets! They lost the rubber game to the Phillies yesterday and now the sky is falling. Continue reading

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Marcus Stroman is a ground ball king and Mets get first win of the season

Similarly to Monday night, the Mets got six dominant starter innings followed by shaky bullpen work on Tuesday, but this time the recipe resulted in a win thanks to better offensive production and Philadelphia’s Vince Velasquez throwing fewer than half … Continue reading

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Mets turn over a new leaf and try losing their first game of the season

Well we can’t say “same old Mets” after Monday night’s 5-3 come-from-ahead loss in Philadelphia because we know the same old Mets would win their first game and then swoon before the solstice. And I’m not calling it Opening Day … Continue reading

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It feels like I’m the only one worried about the Francisco Lindor contract

Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball. It’s always one of the happiest days of the year for me. That’s because it usually features the Mets taking the field and playing in a game that matters for the first … Continue reading

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New Smash Bros. fighter makes a splash at The Game Awards, Patriots finally turn into a pumpkin on Thursday Night Football

It was a busy Thursday night in Yolk Land with The Game Awards going on alongside Thursday Night Football and a Among Us session with the HooliganZ gang. Let’s break down the headlines. Sephiroth appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate … Continue reading

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Mets fans are in love with Steve Cohen after his introductory press conference

New Mets owner Steve Cohen and returning team president Sandy Alderson held an introductory press conference this afternoon and it couldn’t have gone much better. Mets fans like myself were already fawning over Cohen because he purchased the beloved franchise … Continue reading

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Mets blow their golden opportunity, MLB bracket is set

It’s hard to remember because the sports world spins so fast — in the past two days we’ve experienced wild college football upsets, another action-packed NFL Sunday, and two tickets punched to the NBA Finals — but on Saturday morning, … Continue reading

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Mets are mathematically alive, Bill Belichick’s sweatshirt is profoundly sad

The Mets defeated the Nationals 3-2 last night at Citi Field, but I’m not sure that it matters. The most wins the Mets can end up with is 29, and both Cincinnati and Miami have that many already. Plus, San … Continue reading

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The Steve Cohen era has not yet begun, but the billionaire has already won me over with his very first move

When we found out that Steve Cohen was buying the Mets, I was excited because Cohen’s wealth and business acumen had the potential to usher in a new era of Mets prosperity. It meant the end of settling for less … Continue reading

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