Featured FanPosts & FanShots
Highlighting the best FanPosts and FanShots from the Amazin' Avenue community.
A GIF tribute to the intentional walk
Pitchers will no longer be required to throw all of the pitches of an intentional walk, but we'll always have these memories of when they did and things went awry.
Breaking down Kevin Plawecki's mechanical issues
An in-depth analysis of the catcher's mechanics at the plate.
Finding a consensus opinion of Lucas Duda
Crowdsourced from Omegle. The results were, um, something.
A league of Bartolo Colons
What happens when a season of MLB: The Show is played with only Bartolo Colon clones?
When in Rome, watch the Columbia Fireflies glow
Scouting reports, video, photos, and more from a visit to the Mets' Single-A affiliate.
The Mets' National League Champion rings are here, and they're very classy
Take a look at the 2015 National League Champions rings the players received today. #Mets pic.twitter.com/IqUcizRB03— New York Mets (@Mets) April 7, 2016
Hopefully, this year ends with something a bit gaudier.
The season is, about to start,Fanshots - Amazin' Avenue
I thank the Lord, that we signed Bart!
Vet'ren presence, is 'oft derided,
There are no stats? That's that, decided.
But just because, no metri...
All-Time Top 10 Most Memorable Mike Piazza Mets Home Runs
Later this year, Mike Piazza will be inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame and have his number retired by the New York Mets, both very well deserved honors. But not only was his play on the field recognized by his peers, but by the fans as well.
In Memoriam of Yoenis Cespedes' Hog
Why did I make this...
My Jon Stewart stories
A couple of tales from a Mets fan who spoke to Jon Stewart a couple of times.
This Week in Fanshots & Fanposts: Time is an *
Sweeping the Phillies is the perfect tonic for our aches and pains. This week's fan contributions will make us feel young again.
This Week in FanShots & FanPosts:Split Personality
A winning homestand cures all that ails you. If that wasn't enough medicine, have a dose of FanShots and FanPosts.
This Week in FanShots & FanPosts: Happy Thorsday!
The Mets offense decided to take the Cubs series off. Our Amazin' Avenue community, on the other hand, was still hard at work creating insightful and amusing posts for Mets fans.
This Week in FanShots & FanPosts: Mjolnir-ly Ready
Food, superheroes, animated pitcher analyses, a tribute to our neighbors to the south, and an in depth look at the Mets bullpen usage are just some of the gems you can find in this weeks FanPost and FanShot sections.
This Week in Fanshots & Fanposts: The Phantom Zone
It's been a rough week for Mets fans, but we're a resilient bunch. Time to shake off some tough games with some great user content!
This Week in FanShots & FanPosts: LOLMets is dead
The Mets are on a glorious winning streak, and so are our Amazin' Avenue community members with another week of fantastic contributions.
This Week in FanShots & FanPosts: The Beginning
You asked your robot overlords for more focus on user-generated posts, so now we'll be bringing you the best of each week in fan-generated content!
A Team of Bartolo Colons
What happens when a team of all Bartolo Colons matches up with a team of all Ryan Howards? Hilarity, that's what.
Mets: The Gathering
It's the trading-card game you loved as a kid, updated to feature some of your favorite Mets players!
A post about the New York Mets
Gee, is it time for us to win yet? d'Arn, naud?
I approached Mike Piazza for his views...
Ogle Davidly is a disgraced former NY Met employment statistic trying to forge his way as a sports reporter. He was told to get an interview with Mike Piazza. Instead he got this.
AA for AA, is help on the way?
This post contains descriptions of addiction and Mets fandom. Due to this, it may trigger negative effects in people who have experienced addiction (past or present), or more generally Mets fans.
Amazin' Avenue Top-30 Community Prospects List
You voted, here are the results.
The Ultimet Beast
I beheld the Met — the miserable monster whom I had created. He waddled around the baseball diamond; and his eyes, if eyes they may be called, were fixed on me.