Game Rewind: Cubs at Mets (09.17.1986)

On September 17, 1986, the New York Mets magic number was one. Dwight Gooden was the starting pitcher against the Chicago Cubs at Shea Stadium. The Mets were at home, their ace on the mound...

Mets sold to Cohen, pending MLB approval

The New York Mets announced the franchise has been sold to billionaire Steve Cohen, pending Major League Baseball approval.

Podcast: Pete Falcone

Pete Falcone, a 10-year MLB veteran and former Met, has joined the Mets Rewind Podcast as a guest host twice a month. On the latest episode Falcone talks about his sign-stealing, baseball oddball...

Tom Seaver Passes Away at age 75

Tom Seaver, the greatest pitcher in New York Mets franchise history, has passed away. He was 75. 

Podcast: Scott Hairston

Scott Hairston, an 11-year major league veteran, spent two seasons in Queens (2011-2012). Hairston joins us on the latest Mets Rewind podcast to talk about his playing days in New York, his...

Joel Youngblood: No Respect

Today in New York Mets History: August 4, 1982 – Former New York Met Joel Youngblood became the first player in Major League history to get a base hit for two different teams in two different...

Love at First Swing

What do Benny Ayala, Mike Fitzgerald, Rick Cerone, Jose Vizcaino, Todd Pratt, Mike Bordick, Bubba Trammell, Kaz Matsui, Mike Jacobs, Robinson Cano, Rajai Davis and Aaron Altherr all have in common?

The Longest Tenured Mets

Over the team’s 58-year franchise history, one dozen players have played 10 or more seasons as a member of the New York Mets.

In a New York Minute

March 3, 2020. The New York Mets were in between games in Port St. Lucie. The rookies were running through drills. The veterans were taking BP and running sprints across the outfield grass while...

The Mets GM’s through Franchise History

The New York Mets have had 13 general managers during the franchises’ 58-year history, including Brodie Van Wagenen who took over as the team’s GM after Sandy Alderson stepped down at...

All-Star Game Flashback: Maz stars in ’79

Lee Mazzilli sat on the bench at The Kingdome in Seattle for seven innings, watching the 1979 Major League Baseball All-Star unfold. Mazzilli, then the 24-year old New York Mets center fielder who...

Podcast: Pete Falcone

Pete Falcone (1979-1982) spent four seasons pitching in Flushing for the New York Mets, compiling a 26-37 record and 3.91 ERA over 145 appearances. He joins us on this episode of the Mets Rewind...