Noah Syndergone

Well the Mets injury woes have started and there is no end in sight. The most recent blow the Mets have been dealt is the loss of arguably their best pitcher, Noah Syndergaard. Syndergaard had to skip his last start because of bicep tendinitis and when the team requested he …

Ways to Speed Up Pace of Play

Over the past few seasons the MLB has tried to speed up Americas favorite pastime any way they can. Some things that the league has done the past few years are: limiting the length of mound visits, no pitch intentional walks (most asinine thing ever put in place), batters must keep …

The Big Three in Citi

The Big Three The Mets have always been a franchise that has built itself up with strong pitching rotations. When they have successfully built up a strong deep rotation with multiple aces at the top good things have happened. That situation has come, and there are three true aces on …

Depth? What Depth?

Down goes another Met pitcher. The astounding pitching depth that the Mets boasted about all spring has vanished in the first week. As spring training wound down the Mets starting five was solidified.  But as all Met fans know, it’s never easy.  First, Steven Matz went down with a strained flexor tendon. …

Marshall Staying in MetLife

For those of you that thought you would not see Brandon Marshall playing as a member of the home team in MetLife Stadium this upcoming season, think again. Marshall signed with the New York Football Giants earlier this morning on a two year deal worth 12 million dollars. Some may …

The Answer to MLB Replay Issues

Major League Baseball is constantly trying to speed up the game in hopes that a quicker game will attract more viewers. This was evident when recently Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that this upcoming season teams will just signal from the dugout if they are intentionally walking a player. Now another …

AP in NY?

As the offseason is underway for the NFL, teams are clearing cap space, pursuing free agents and are in the midst of trade talks. Every offseason for football, players are cut from the active roster. This is because the cap hit certain players have is too high for their teams …