Tag Archive | Jeff McNeil

New York Mets All-Star, Jeff McNeill, Joins the Metropolitan PGA Foundation Board

The Metropolitan PGA Section Foundation is pleased to welcome New York Mets’ All-Star Second Baseman, Jeff McNeil to their Board. The MLB Star will announce his partnership with The Foundation on September 16th, 2022 at Citi Field with an pre-game donation presentation to the Cohen Children’s Hospital on Long Island and Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in […]

Four Mets Named to the NL All-Star Team

Major League Baseball recently announced that first baseman Pete Alonso, second baseman Jeff McNeil, outfielder Starling Marte and RHP Edwin Díaz were named to the 2022 National League All-Star team. The 92nd All-Star Game will take place on Tuesday, July 19 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The last time the Mets had four All-Stars was […]

Injury bug hits Mets, who look to rebound against Colorado

Things have not been easy for the New York Mets (21-20) who have had their fair share of injuries. Manager Luis Rojas has been making the best decisions that he can in having the team stay competitive in what is a very tough National League East standings. In the team’s most recent action, the Mets […]

New York Mets look to regain winning ways against Phillies

The New York Mets have a day off as the team is now on the road to get ready for what will be a National League Rivalry game against the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday. New York just saw two tough losses against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the final scores of […]

Mets win home opener 3-2 with an unusual ending

The New York Mets finally got to play at Citi Field in front of a crowd this afternoon against the Miami Marlins. The pitching matchup was newly acquired Taijuan Walker for the Mets, and rookie right hander Nick Neidert for the Marlins. The game started off pretty slow, as it took till the bottom of […]

Mets fans return to Citi Field for the first time in almost two years

This is the moment that every Mets fan has been waiting for. After almost two years, fans are finally allowed to attend games at Citi Field in a 20% limited capacity. The Mets take on the Marlins at home today, hopefully performing as well as they did their last home stand with a real crowd. […]

New York Mets falter in 3-0 loss to Cardinals

The New York Mets (10-9) were unable to respond to the stellar pitching by the St. Louis Cardinals (8-7) and fell by a score of 3-0 in Spring Training action on Wednesday. New York recorded only four hits and struck out six times during the game. Leading the way for the St. Louis offense was […]