As special as the Mets played Wednesday, today was important for another reason. After winning their tenth straight game last night, there was tremendous letdown potential for today, but this team would have no part of such talk as it tied a franchise best with its eleventh straight victory in sweeping a ten-game home stand.
COLLINS: Revels in great start.
It was cold, the stands...
Speaking to reporters at Turner Field in Atlanta, Terry Collins said that Matt Harvey has a minor foot issue but will make his next scheduled start against the New York Yankees.
Harvey will have his left foot checked out by a team doctor, and has been reportedly dealing with this issue for about a month.
“He’s fine. It’s nothing,” Terry Collins said.
The Mets ace is 3-0...
This is Terry Time. This is Terry’s Team. As long as it keeps winning.
In a column for the New York Post, writer Kevin Kernan credits Terry Collins for the Mets’ hot start and that now armed with a team with horses to win, the real Terry Collins has emerged.
“This year, you are seeing more of the real Collins, when he’s managing to win games and holding his team to higher...
The Mets have been very outspoken this off-season about their expectations. They are confident, and they believe they can experience a lot of success this season.
Speaking to reporters today before the game, Terry Collins says that he is not worried about the added pressure that they have put on themselves.
“We have huge expectations, but we are not afraid of it”
Before Friday’s game against the Braves, Mets skipper Terry Collins had this to say about Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman:
That stinkin’ first baseman is dangerous. We haven’t got him out in 4 years.
The 25-year-old Freeman is hitting a sporty .325/.396/.580 against Met pitching over the past three seasons.
A look at Terry Collins...
The lineup mystery has been solved. Terry Collins spoke with reporters today and said the lineup is created by him and his coaching staff, as well as the front office. “It’s a collaboration.”
Collins said he has the final decision as to who starts, where they bat, and which players get benched.
Additionally, he credited bench coach Bob Geren with formulating this current...
As you read that title, you probably thought, “What about Daniel Murphy?” Murphy is the starting second basemen for the New York Mets, but as we get closer to opening day, it is looking more and more like he will start the season on the Disabled List. Murphy’s latest progress had him batting in a minor-league game with no running. However, the Mets can backdate his stint on...