metsochist4life:

withwordsithoughtidneverspeak:

Johan Santana pitches the first no-hitter in New York Mets history - June 1st, 2012 - New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals

A month ago today…………….

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metsochist4life:

SO LETS SET THE RAYS ON FIRE!!!!!! 

oh my god I can’t what even whaaaat

ps. my dad made this joke a few hours ago

metsochist4life:

SO LETS SET THE RAYS ON FIRE!!!!!! 

oh my god I can’t what even whaaaat

ps. my dad made this joke a few hours ago

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metsochist4life:

The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart was at the Mets No hitter on friday and this was his reaction

I love that there’s a gif of this!

(Source: sgt-kelso, via metsingaround)

hotfoot:

This is really great.

“A Day in the Life of MetsBlog” with my good buddy Matthew Cerrone

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lsquare28:

Happy Birthday Metsies! Fifty years ago, on this very day, the New York Mets leapt into Major League Baseball.On April 11, 1962, the Mets played the first game in Franchise history. Gil Hodges provided the first home run in Mets history, but the Mets lost to St. Louis, 11-4. They lost their first nine games, and finished with just 40 wins against 120 losses, in tenth place, 60 1/2 games out of first place. Despite that, the Mets developed a large and loyal following, drawing over 900,000 people, good enough for sixth in the league in attendance. Just seven years later, Hodges would manage the team to a Championship.Photo: (l-r): Original Mets Frank Thomas, Gil Hodges, Don Zimmer, and Roger Craig run across the Polo Grounds.

lsquare28:

Happy Birthday Metsies! Fifty years ago, on this very day, the New York Mets leapt into Major League Baseball.

On April 11, 1962, the Mets played the first game in Franchise history. Gil Hodges provided the first home run in Mets history, but the Mets lost to St. Louis, 11-4. They lost their first nine games, and finished with just 40 wins against 120 losses, in tenth place, 60 1/2 games out of first place. Despite that, the Mets developed a large and loyal following, drawing over 900,000 people, good enough for sixth in the league in attendance. Just seven years later, Hodges would manage the team to a Championship.

Photo: (l-r): Original Mets Frank Thomas, Gil Hodges, Don Zimmer, and Roger Craig run across the Polo Grounds.

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metsingaround:

Murphy after being pied by Turner!

metsingaround:

Murphy after being pied by Turner!

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First in the division NOT just because of the alphabet

First in the division NOT just because of the alphabet

metsingaround:

via Joe Petruccio
jill-butt:

1-0, I’ll take it! (Taken with Instagram at Citi Field)

jill-butt:

1-0, I’ll take it! (Taken with Instagram at Citi Field)

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