Sorry you had to find out this way, Mr. Met.
“You couldn’t find a Yankee on the streets of New York City. You couldn’t find a Yankee down at Ground Zero, talking to the guys who were working 24/7.” Unsurprisingly, Valentine is wrong.
If it doesn’t get removed, Mets fans will be greeted by it before tonight’s game.
Here he comes to end the game!
A great Jimmy Fallon bit.
Unless someone hits five home runs in a game, David Wright’s Sunday — a combined 1,400 feet or so of line drives on balls on the outside half of the plate — won’t be topped.
An unconventional way to hit it out of the park.
The late Gary Carter was known for his loathing of profanity, but is he due credit for creating one of the most famous swear side-steps? The people at Merriam-Webster seem to think so.
It has everything you could want: someone falling down, a great reaction, and a Richard Gere doppelganger.
Interested in making a movie about a famous American sporting event, these students in Kenya act out the turning point in the 1986 World Series better than anyone in Hollywood could.
After the first no-hitter in New York Mets history, SNY caught a special glimpse of the team in the locker room afterward. Ironically, this is during an interview with a player named R.A. Dickey.
It’s weird to say, but this (undefeated!) Mets team is pretty damn fun.
Mets announcer Keith Hernandez fell asleep during the game yesterday. The Mets won. Hey, remember when Keith Hernandez was on Seinfeld?
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A freaked out cat ran on the field during the New York Mets home opener baseball game against the San Diego Padres at the team’s new stadium.
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