Meet the Mets
Mike Kerwick writes that the Mets only seem to be winning games when they plate five or more runs.
The closer job is Bobby Parnell's and nobody else's, according to Bobby Parnell.
Ruben Tejada has excelled with two strikes throughout his young career. Probably helps that his swinging strike rate this year is top 10 in the majors at just 3.9%.
Yesterday At AA
Daniel Convery has Saturday's Daily Farm Report.
Brock Mahan looks back at May 4 in Mets History.
Around the NL East
Around the Majors
Things aren't going well for R.A. Dickey up in Toronto, as he surrendered 7 runs over 6 innings to the Mariners in yesterday's Jays loss and then called his team "dysfunctional" on the field afterwards. Maybe this is all part of Dickey and Sandy Alderson's master plan where the Mets reacquire Dickey for nothing after a year. I'll be over here dreaming.
Zack Greinke is ahead of schedule in his return from a broken collarbone.
Former Mets farmhand Scott Kazmir won his first game since 2010.
Is the passive approach at the plate that's making its way around the league really hurting scoring as some critics have contended?