It’s May and the New York Mets are a game under .500. Chill out. It could be a lot worse.
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Katrina Jencius emerged victorious on Matt Harvey Garden Gnome Night.
But the Mets did not.
It took a few days, but Katrina Jencius can finally talk about the Mets’ loss to the Giants.Read more
Katrina Jencius’s first post on The Spitter was just in time for the worst Mets loss of the season. (And let’s be honest, there’s been quite a few to choose from…)Read more
Late-season rentals are nothing new. Dave Kingman played for four teams in 1977.Read more
Ever since trading became a thing, teams have tried to improve their club in an effort to make the postseason, or win the postseason.Read more
Since 1961, we’ve been in the “Expansion Era” (among many), since that was the year that baseball moved past the ‘traditional’ 16 franchises to the 30 we have now. While some decry that ‘watering down’ of talent in the majors, they mostly can just yell at clouds and complain about the sex talk on Golden Girls. Baseball needed to expand.Read more
As tough as it is to ponder, David Wright should end his on-field career. On his own terms, and with the best interests of the team at heart.Read more
Matt Harvey is broken. Physically. Fundamentally. Emotionally. Broken. He’s also shown himself to be decidedly human. And Harvey Days weren’t built on watching a mere mortal.Read more
Look, I loved Jose Bautista’s bat flip that tossed a shovel-full of dirt over the Texas Rangers last October, but many old schoolers who are fond of baseball’s unwritten rules frowned upon such action.Read more