Three-run deficits. Comebacks from both. Game-ending RBI. These Mets don't surrender. Yet.
Maybe more than just one season's frustration blew up Wednesday night.
Relax: Justin Verlander is only one great pitcher who can be homer prone while dominating.
Says Rookie of the Year candidate Pete Alonso of his white-hot-since-the-break Mets. But . . .
Pirates pitcher Keone Kela admitting he wanted to scramble Derek Dietrich's brains Tuesday is a grotesque look.
The Yankee great learned baseball as war from a bitter father but built peace in his own home.
Forget that he has a few screws loose. Pitching hurt is NOT good for you or your team, old or new.