• Mets hitters owe Jacob deGrom an apology

    Mets hitters owe Jacob deGrom an apology

    It must have sounded like a capacity crowd at Citi Field to beleaguered Michael Conforto when the boobirds rained jeers down on him in the sixth inning. The last thing Mets fans will accept is yet
  • Mets, Michael Conforto aren’t about to return this gift

    Mets, Michael Conforto aren’t about to return this gift

    It is the dream-come-true of every sandlot slugger, every Wiffle-ball wizard, every Little League legend, every backyard bombardier: bases loaded, bottom of the ninth, the crowd on its feet, the
  • Mets rally to win home opener on controversial walk-off hit-by-pitch

    Mets rally to win home opener on controversial walk-off hit-by-pitch

    Michael Conforto heard a smattering of boos from the COVID-limited sellout crowd of 8,011 at Citi Field for Thursday’s home opener upon hitting into a double play to conclude the seventh inning. His
  • Kim Ng hired as Marlins GM in historic baseball move

    Kim Ng hired as Marlins GM in historic baseball move

    The Marlins made history Friday morning when they hired Kim Ng as general manager, making her the first female GM of any of the major professional men’s sports teams in North America. Ng, who has
  • Mets interviewing ousted Marlins president Michael Hill

    Mets interviewing ousted Marlins president Michael Hill

    Michael Hill is the first official known candidate for the Mets’ president of baseball operations vacancy. An industry source confirmed Wednesday night that Hill, who recently left the Marlins after
  • Derek Jeter’s two Marlins trades both hurt the Yankees

    Derek Jeter’s two Marlins trades both hurt the Yankees

    Derek Jeter put a damper on the Yankees’ trade deadline day. The Marlins acquired outfielder Starling Marte, who was a target for the Yankees, from the Diamondbacks before the trade deadline, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported. Marte is hitting .311 with two home runs and 14 RBIs in 33 games this season. The Yankees have …
  • Mets, Marlins stage walkout protest after moment of silence

    Mets, Marlins stage walkout protest after moment of silence

    The Mets took the field on Thursday night, and then left it. After a day of questions surrounding if they would indeed play, the Mets took the field with the Marlins, took off their hats for 42 seconds of silence, laid a Black Lives Matter shirt at home plate, and then promptly left the field. …
  • Mets blanked twice in sweep in return from coronavirus hiatus

    Mets blanked twice in sweep in return from coronavirus hiatus

    After spending the weekend cooped up inside their homes following a player and coach testing positive for COVID-19 last Thursday, the Mets resumed their season Tuesday. They were quickly reminded of frustrations that don’t exist in quarantine: rain delays, runners left in scoring position and all-around sloppy play. What was a problem before the Mets’ …
  • Mets’ return from coronavirus break doesn’t go well

    Mets’ return from coronavirus break doesn’t go well

    After spending the weekend cooped up inside their homes following a player and coach testing positive for COVID-19 last Thursday, the Mets resumed their season Tuesday. They were quickly reminded of frustrations that don’t exist in quarantine: rain delays and runners left in scoring position. The rain interrupted Game 1 of their doubleheader against the …
  • Mets’ bats comes through again in takedown of Marlins

    Mets’ bats comes through again in takedown of Marlins

    Though the Mets’ starting rotation is in tatters, the offense has come to life in two straight wins in Miami. After slugging four homers in Monday’s win, the Mets hit three more Tuesday in an 8-3 victory over the Marlins. The day started with another injury to a starter, this time to David Peterson, who …