Meet the Mets
So, the Mets will not reach .500 again this year. At least they got a little bit more value for their massive salary than they have in the past.
With the Mets not being very worth watching, the SNY announcers try and come up with their next set of gimmicks.
Jose Reyes promises a better tomorrow.
The end of Omar inspires our poet laureate.
As Pedro Feliciano enters elite appearance company, it's time to evaluate his contract and future with the team.
Francisco Rodriguez and the MLBPA is set to meet with MLB about all sorts of stuff. I expect there to be cake.
Bobby Cox is good.
The Mariners will sit Felix Hernandez for the Mariners' final game. GM Jack Zduriencik praised his right handed ace, but didn't want to risk any injury in pursuit of the Cy Young.
I missed this earlier, but Jimmy Rollins owns a Justin Bieber song.
Josh Wilker of Cardboard Gods sits down to talk with Scratchbomb about his book, his childhood, and the Met bullpen car.
Pedro Martinez did his best to save the Tenth Inning.
The Yankees' $1+ billion stadium is in the middle of the poorest Congressional District in America.
And, finally, please be sure read this and sponsor Ted Berg's 30 mile ride to benefit the National MS Society.