Tag Archive | Jeremy Hefner

1495 Sports TV Presents: New York Mets Press Conference ~ 2/28

1495 Sports is proud to bring the following press conference held by the New York Mets on 2/28. Featured in the video are thoughts from Manager Luis Rojas, along with stars Jeremy Hefner and Albert Almora, Jr. For more information on the New York Mets fans are encouraged to click on the link seen here: […]

New York Mets Announce 2021 Major League Coaching Staff

The New York Mets announced their full 2021 coaching staff under manager Luis Rojas. As previously announced, Dave Jauss is the bench coach and Tony Tarasco will serve as the first base coach with additional outfield and baserunning duties. Returning to the staff this season will be pitching coach Jeremy Hefner, hitting coach Chili Davis, […]

Mets Announce 2020 Coaching Staff

The New York Mets announced their full coaching staff for the 2020 season. Returning to serve under Carlos Beltrán’s staff in their previous capacity will be hitting coach Chili Davis, assistant hitting coach Tom Slater, third base coach Gary DiSarcina, bullpen coach Ricky Bones and quality control coach Luis Rojas, while Jeremy Accardo has been […]

Kurtzberg’s Corner: No Gee: What Can the Mets Do?

The Mets have been a pleasant surprise during the first half of the season and one reason has been their strong starting pitching. But now the team has lost starter Dillon Gee for the rest of the 2012 season. Depth at this position at the Major League level is hardly encouraging. Miguel Batista and Jeremy […]

Mets sweep not in the Cards in 5-4 loss

The New York Mets (31-24) were certainly hoping for a series sweep of the reigning World Series Champion the St. Louis Cardinals (28-27) but the bullpen let the victory slip away by a final score of 5-4. “We have got to keep playing, and executing,” said Mets manager Terry Collins of taking 3-out of-4 from […]

1495 Sports Mets Manager Chat

1495 Sports was on hand through the Examiner.com site for the June 4, 2012 Terry Collins pre-game press conference, and the skipper went into depth on various topics with members of the New York Media. Here is the first edition of the Manager Chat, as Collins was candid on many subjects including the success of […]

Not such a memorable day for Mets in 8-4 loss to Philadelphia

The New York Mets (27-22) had a  less than memorable day in their 8-4 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, as both teams took time to tribute the men and women in uniform on Memorial Day at Citi Field. There were highs and lows for 32,122 on a hot day in New York City. Some of […]