In a world full of scrubs, Bartolo Colon is … “The Last Five-Tool Player.”
♫ Can’t touch this (oh-oh oh oh-oh-oh) … Can’t touch this. ♫
The best time to root for the Yankees is when they’re playing the Mets.
Bartolo Colon is staying in shape, even at 43.
Dang that guy had a lot of incredible moments with the Mets.
The highest rookie WAR for a pitcher in modern baseball history.
That’s a fair trade, I think.
Did you expect anything less? (Probably)
I’m pretty sure there’s *some* crying in baseball.
With one momentous swing of the bat, the Mets inched closer to the post season.
I wonder just how memorable this catch will be.
Dan Plesac … psychic, lucky, or smart?
So close, yet so far.
Center Fielders doing cool stuff is cool.
What would you do for your team?
Brett Gardner started things off with a bang, and then a thud.
When one gold glover gets thrown out by another, the day has only just begun.
Last Night’s Highlights: Conforto Throws 94 MPH to Get Arrieta at the Plate; Lindor, The Phillies, More
Michael Conforto may have saved the game with a 94.3 MPH strike from right field.
The pitchers are taking their bats back and there’s nothing we can do to stop them!
Bobby Bonilla’s allowance is better than yours!
Patience is a virtue!
When a pitcher makes you look like a 43-year-old pitcher at the plate, you probably didn’t stand a chance anyway.
Typically, outfielders field the ball with their gloves. Yoenis Cespedes is not typical.
“Who’s your favorite Stud Muffin?”
You would enjoy it.
Syndergaard basically beat the Dodgers entirely by himself.