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Faith and Fear in Flushing made its debut on Feb. 16, 2005, the brainchild of two longtime friends and lifelong Met fans.
What Comes After
On Sunday night Edwin Diaz - he of the electric arsenal and its sometimes self-electrocuting results - stood on the mound and stared in at Bryce Harper, probably the league's MVP and a longtime thorn in the Mets' side who seemed about the dimensions of a redwood just then.
If you choose to watch the Mets generate yet another one-run loss, you could do worse than to take it in from up on Carbonation Ridge.
New York Yankees vs. New York Mets: Corey Kluber vs. Taijuan Walker
It's a somber day of remembrance in the City and across the country.
Yankees 3, Mets 10: Symphony of stupidity secures seventh straight loss
There was no excusing the Yankees' absolutely horrendous showing on Friday night.
RECAP: NYM 2, MIA 3; Jazz Sends One Into Upper Deck, Marlins Win Series
Maybe some people on social media forgot, so Jazz Chisholm, Jr. reminded them on Thursday night: He is a superstar in the making with clutch abilities.
Ten years ago this month, Mets fans hung on the statistic of batting average.
Same Old Shanah
"L'shanah tovah," give or take the "L'" (and maybe the silent h's), is a greeting that's passed back and forth when the Jewish calendar changes, as it has from 5781 to 5782.
Edwin Diaz blows second save of series, Mets drop crusher to Nationals | amNewYork
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Nationals overcome nine-run deficit, still fall to Mets for seventh straight loss
Here the Washington Nationals were again, burned by themselves in the early innings, then charging to a comeback against a team still harboring playoff hopes.