Meet the Mets
James Rosen writes in the Post about what Tom Seaver means to the Mets and to the city of New York. The legendary pitcher turns 70 years old today.
Yesterday was the 50th birthday of Dwight Gooden, and The Star-Ledger honored him with video highlights of some of his greatest moments.
Metstradamus chimes in with his thoughts on Doc.
Rising Apple finds a Hall of Fame voter who has changed his mind (in a good way!) about Mike Piazza.
Around the National League East
Around the Majors
Beyond the Box Score thought it would be fun to compare baseball's iron men from the past three seasons.
Although the MLB All-Stars were no-hit on Saturday night, Justin Morneau hit a three-run bomb at the Tokyo Dome on Sunday to pace his squad to a 6-1 win over Samurai Japan, who leads the five-game series 3-1.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Michael McCarty profiled James Shields, a free agent pitcher who will most likely not factor into the Mets' offseason plans.
Somewhat more affordable is veteran lefty Francisco Liriano, who Ben Margolin looked at yesterday in his Amazin' Avenue debut.
Steve Schrieber pitched in with a profile of Adam LaRoche, a killer of Mets, and apparently of elk as well.
On this date in 1944, Tom Terrific was born.