A Controversial Solution To The Tommy John Epidemic In Baseball

Some of the top pitchers in the game are having lost seasons in 2014 due to having Tommy John surgery, and increasing epidemic in the baseball world.


Mets’ Harvey Spending Time Wisely During Rehab

Last month Matt Harvey talked the Mets into letting him do his Tommy John elbow surgery rehab


Ike Davis Adjusting To New Bench Role

In his career, Ike Davis has played 450 games, starting 404 of them – or 89.8 percent. That number grows lower by the day as the Mets continue to use him in his new role this year as a


MLB: Mets’ Granderson Has Confrontation With Fan

Curtis Granderson signed with the New York Mets in the offseason.  While playing outfield for them, he was touched by a fan who was then promptly ejected from the game. Granderson said that the fan didn’t mean to touch


GIF: Bartolo Colon Jiggling His Belly

Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon dominated the Braves on Tuesday night, yet this was the REAL


D’Arnaud’s ‘Mental Approach’ Worries Terry Collins

After going 0-for-3 in Sunday’s 2-1 loss to the Reds — including a seventh-inning drive to the warning track — d’Arnaud is hitless in 15 at-bats. Manager Terry Collins, however, said he still has faith in d’Arnaud’s bat and


Mets’ Parnell To Miss Rest Of Season (Surgery)

New York Mets closer Bobby Parnell has decided to proceed with Tommy John surgery and will miss


Ervin Santana Will Make Braves Debut Wednesday

The Atlanta Braves have officially announced the starting pitchers for their upcoming series at home against the Mets. The most important name to note on this list if RHP Ervin Santana, as he is set to make his debut


Sunday Notes: Jon Niese Activated From DL, Will Start Today

Mets left-hander Jon Niese was officially activated from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday night and will make his 2014 regular-season debut in Sunday afternoon’s series finale against the Reds. Infielder Wilmer Flores was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas


MLB: Mets Bench Davis, Looking To Trade

The New York Mets have wanted to trade first baseman Ike Davis long before the season began. Now it seems that they are benching him until they can find a trade partner. For more information on this story: Hardball