For now it is clear Tiger is playing like he did a decade ago, and that means all things are possible.
David Wright is now “The Franchise.” He follows in the rather large footsteps of Met legend Tom Seaver.
Dickey’s story is not just a Mets story, but one for all sports fans, for it transcends team glory and becomes a lesson in perseverance and human dignity.
Will the Mets roller coaster ride of winning three and losing three continue against the Yankees?
Santana not only achieved what no Mets pitcher has ever done, but he exorcised the demons of the franchise in the process.
Let's face the ugly facts: the Mets are going nowhere in 2012.
The team definitely thinks it can win any game against any opponent.
Despite all his faults and cementing of the Yankee blue blood mentality and legacy, we working class Mets fans have to salute the old coot.