Mets Beat Brewers 7-2, Clinch Playoff Spot

Max Scherzer’s perfection Monday night served as the ideal springboard for the Mets to celebrate a playoff berth and the right-hander’s 200th career win.  In his return from the injured list, Scherzer retired all 18 batters he faced over six innings and struck out nine in helping the Mets clinch their first postseason appearance since … Continue reading Mets Beat Brewers 7-2, Clinch Playoff Spot

Chris Bassitt Stops Pirates To Lead Mets To Third Win In Row

Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer are the Mets star pitchers. But Chris Bassitt, the right-hander, whose fastball merely lives in the low-to-mid-90s, has been the most reliable Mets starter throughout this season. The overlooked and quietly overpowering No. 3 starter silenced the Pirates for six solid innings in the Mets’ 5-1 victory in front of … Continue reading Chris Bassitt Stops Pirates To Lead Mets To Third Win In Row

NY Giants 19, Carolina 16: Big Blue Starts 2-0 For First Time Since 2016

The New York Giants won a back-and-forth game with the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, 19-16. The Giants are now 2-0 for the first time since 2016.  Graham Gano provided the winning points with a 56-yard field goal to snap a 16-16 tie with 3:34 to play. The kick ended an 11-play, 37-yard, 7:12 drive. Gano went 4 of 4 … Continue reading NY Giants 19, Carolina 16: Big Blue Starts 2-0 For First Time Since 2016