New York Mets
Matt Harvey entered Tuesday afternoon's game against the Atlanta Braves, which the Mets eventually won, 4-3, in an unfamiliar position: undercard.
Two teams with very little to play for did battle at Citi Field on Sunday afternoon.
Following Sunday afternoon's 8-4 loss to the Marlins Sunday afternoon, and a disspirited postgame show that dissected how the Mets had gotten swept for the second weekend in a row by baseball's worst team, S.N.Y. broke back into regularly-scheduled programming for breaking news.
Major League Baseball's player draft began Thursday night. And it would appear both the Mets and Yankees did well. But really, no one knows.
Jeff Wilpon, chief operating officer of the New York Mets, was back in the news Wednesday, about a week after he conceded the 2013 season to Mariano Rivera.(7)
The news that E.S.P.N. broke Tuesday night, that Major League Baseball would seek to suspend roughly 20 players with ties to the now-defunct Biogenesis clinic run by Tony Bosch thanks to evidence provided by Bosch himself, appears to mean different things to the two New York baseball teams.(1)
Remember that state of delirium that enveloped the Mets and their fans after that four-game sweep of the Yankees?
This week in New York baseball upended virtually every Mets and Yankees trend.
The Mets have taken a vacation from their problems this week against the Yankees, breaking through all kinds of barriers in a 9-4 victory over their crosstown rivals.
The Mets will honor Mariano Rivera Tuesday night at Citi Field in the great Yankee closer's last season.(1)