Tag Archive | Gary Carter

New York Mets to Induct Trio into Team’s Hall of Fame

 LHP Jon Matlack, RHP Ron Darling and infielder Edgardo Alfonzo will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame on Saturday, July 31 in an on-field ceremony at Citi Field that begins at 6:45 p.m. The three new additions will bring the total membership of the Mets Hall of Fame to 30. Al Jackson will […]

Change is Coming for the New York Mets in 2021

  It was a successful 2020 Major League Baseball season for all of the league and especially for the New York Mets. Sure the franchise as a whole, who was so hoping for a playoff position did not reach that goal, at the end of the day the guys were able to play and even […]

Santana sensational as Mets shutout Braves: 1-0

The New York Mets (1-0) opened up the 2012 season in fine fashion, as ace Johan Santana and company helped to shutout the Atlanta Braves (0-1) by a final score of 1-0 in MLB action on Thursday. “I am happy with the way everything turned out today,” Santana said after the start. “Finally I have an opportunity […]

New York Mets holding Opening Day tribute to Gary Carter

The New York Mets announced via press release, that the franchise will honor Gary Carter on Opening Day, on Thursday April 5that Citi Field.  The Mets are planning on having Carter’s family to participate in a special pre-game ceremony prior to the opener against the Atlanta Braves at 1:10 p.m. Gary’s wife Sandy, son D.J., and daughters Kimmy and Christy, and their families […]

New York Mets offseason news and notes: as team reveals patch for Gary Carter

The New York Mets announced through their official site, not only the promotional schedule for the 2012 season, but also the commemorative patch the team will wear to honor former catcher Gary Carter. Carter passed away on February 16, after a very valiant battle against brain cancer. The patch the team will wear features a black home plate with […]

Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter passes from brain cancer

One of the first things you noticed about Gary Carter when he played was the dirty uniform, it was always dirty. There wasn’t a game that those orange and blues weren’t packed with the stains of the game, and that is the way ‘The Kid’ played-with heart, passion and determination. “On behalf of everyone at the Mets, […]