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4/14/14- The New York Mets are struggling to get their winning momentum going thus far in the season, having lost four of the last seven games. Though they won their series over Atlanta, the Mets dropped two to the Angels over the weekend, missing their chance to jump over the.500 mark for the first time this season. Perhaps they'll have better luck when they finish off their long road trip this week in Arizona. The Mets will take on the Diamondbacks starting Monday, and return home to host the Braves this Friday. The cheapest New York Mets tickets of the week are $10 for their Wednesday (4/16) game in Phoenix and $10 for their Sunday (4/20) game in Flushing.
4/7/14 - The New York Mets have hit a few snags in the road to kick off their year, looking at a 2-4 record after the first week of play. Still, though the squad dropped three straight to the Washington Nationals, then bounced back against the Cincinnati Reds to win their first series at home. Unluckily, closer Bobby Parnell has been diagnosed with a tear in his elbow and must undergo Tommy John surgery, making him the third Mets pitcher to be ruled out for 2014 (including Matt Harvey and Jeremy Hefner). See if the New York Mets can take these setbacks in stride when they take their show on the road to meet the Atlanta Braves and the Los Angeles Angels in enemy territory this week. Score cheap New York Mets tickets this Wednesday at Turner Field ($4 to get-in on 4/9) and Sunday at Angel Stadium (get-in for $6 on 4/13).
4/1/14 - Though the New York Mets put up a good fight against the Washington Nationals, it wasn't quite enough to seal a victory. The Mets ultimately lost 9-7 when closer Bobby Parnell gave up a three-run home run to Anthony Rendon in the 10th inning. After the game, Parnell was diagnosed with a torn ligament in his pitching elbow and was placed on the DL (further evaluations and the possibility of Tommy John surgery will take place in two weeks). See if the Mets can win the next two games and be victorious in their opening series! Cheap New York Mets tickets are still available this Wednesday for $10 and just $7 on Thursday.
3/24/14- The battle for the fifth and final spot on the New York Mets' starting rotation is going down to the wire. Jenrry Mejia (impressing many this spring) and veteran Daisuke Matsuzuka (the presumed starter) have been in close contention, but we'll be hearing the decision on who gets the coveted spot soon, as the deadline falls tomorrow! For Opening Day, Mets fans can expect right-hander Dillon Gee to start on the mound against the Washington Nationals and their ace Stephen Strasburg. The Mets will face the Washington Nationals once more before their Opening Day showdown on March 31 (get-in for $48 at Citi Field). They'll take on the Nationals this Thursday at Digital Domain Park, and you can still get cheap tickets: just $20 for their final Grapefruit League faceoff.
3/18/14 - In a move many predicted would happen, the Mets sent wunderkind and spring sensation Noah Syndergaard down to Triple A, with the option of promotion midway through the season. This will not only delay him reaching free agency by a year, but it will also give the top-prospect more time against experienced hitters before taking on major league sluggers. With Opening Day two weeks away, it's not too early to think about locking in your New York Mets tickets! The Mets will take on the Nationals at Miller Park, and seats are averaging $124. You can still see New York for much cheaper with Spring Training tickets: this Thursday get-in for $29 against Atlanta and get-in for $31 against Washington this Sunday.
3/10/14 - The New York Mets hyped-up battle for first base has been put on hold with the injuries to both Ike Davis and Lucas Duda that have sidelined them for over a week. Now that Davis has been spotted wearing a walking boot in the dugout, and Duda returned to batting practice today, the competition could be kaput indefinitely. See which infielders will cover first base this spring with New York Mets tickets! New York Mets tickets start at $31 this Wednesday against the Cardinals, and drop to $23 against the Twins on Saturday at Digital Domain Park.
3/3/14 - With Grapefruit League play just underway, the New York Mets have welcomed homerun slugger Mike Piazza back from Italy as a Spring Training instructor. Hopefully Piazza's presence will enliven the team that's struggling so far with a 0-3 record. Aside from this afternoon's contest against the Braves, New York has the opportunity to win tomorrow against the Houston Astros (get-in for $9), and a chance to snap the Miami Marlins' undefeated streak this spring with their match on Wednesday in Port St. Lucie (get-in for $7). Get New York Mets tickets and see this baseball legend give his priceless tips to Travis d'Arnaud and other catchers this week!
2/25/14 - The New York Mets are in the middle of a squabble between first baseman Ike Davis and the media, after the player lividly refuted a report that his poor performance last year was caused by injury. This outburst, during a team spring training conference, has stirred reports that the Mets looking to cut ties with their first baseman. New York is also reportedly in talks to trade for Seattle's infielder, Nick Franklin, a rising 22-year old displaced by the Cano acquisition. See what surprises the Mets have in store this spring with New York Mets tickets! Mets tickets are $43 on average during spring training.
2/11/14 - The winter tale surrounding the New York Mets and a supposed deal with free agent, and former Red Sox shortstop, Stephen Drew will come to a head soon. With pitchers and catchers reporting in five days (and position players shortly after), the organization and player should reach an agreement soon if the buzz proves truthful. Drew would join other significant additions: OFs Chris Young and Curtis Granderson as well as starting pitcher Bartolo Colon. The Mets face tough competitors for their first game of the spring in the Washington Nationals, 2/28. Get New York Mets tickets and kick off Spring Training in Florida for $20.
1/29/14 - The New York Mets added a number of solid players to their outfield and a veteran arm (Colon) to provide security to a bullpen suffering the loss of All Star pitcher Matt Harvey. This revamped squad is on its way to a winning record this year—watch NY strike it hot during Spring Training! New York Mets tickets are $44 on average.
New York Mets 2014 Season
The New York Mets put in a lot of work this offseason to fix a notoriously bad outfield and bullpen desperate for some veteran experience. Saving up over the last couple years, the Mets were able to acquire Curtis Granderson and Chris Young for the outfield and pitcher Bartolo Colon, who will help relieve Matt Harvey (out this season due to Tommy John surgery). Most of New York’s roster is all-but solidified, but the Mets are still on the prowl for a shortstop to rev up their infield.
Though the Mets are coming off of their fourth straight losing season, the front office’s work this winter is sure to pay off! The additional players will hopefully bolster a poor slugging percentage, and reduce their high strikeout numbers. Luckily, all those penny-pinching years will finally pay off, with three big free agent players coming in to give the New York Mets a much-needed surge!
2012 was another year of struggles for the New York Mets, who wound up fourth in a very competitive division behind Washington, Atlanta, and Philadelphia, seven games under the break-even point and just five games ahead of Miami. Leading the returnees for the Mets is third baseman David Wright, who led the team in just about every offensive category but triples (Andres Torres) and homers (Ike Davis). The Mets troubles in fielding a consistent lineup showed in 2012, as only three players — Wright, Davis, and Daniel Murphy — had enough plate appearances to qualify for the batting title. On the mound though, 2012 was a year of firsts for the Mets, as Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in 50 years of club history, and R.A. Dickey (now departed) became the first knuckleballer to win the Cy Young Award. Dickey's contributions will be difficult for the Mets to replace — 20 wins and 230 strikeouts. Dickey was also one of only two Met pitchers with enough innings pitched to qualify for the earned run average crown, along with Jonathon Niese, second on the team in wins and whiffs. While an evening at
Citi Field is always entertaining, a fully-loaded squad in Washington plus an Atlanta Braves team who was actively upgrading in the offseason, means the Mets may be fighting for third place at best in 2013.
New York Mets tickets at Citi Field average $96 in 2013, the sixth most expensive MLB tickets this season and fifth most expensive in the National League. The two-game Subway series versus the New York Yankees in May will be the Mets most popular home series; tickets average $208, more than double the Mets average home game tickets price. Other notable series on the 2013 Mets schedule include games with the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies, and Interleague games with the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals. Surprisingly, when the NY Mets host the world champion San Francisco Giants, Mets tickets average just $82 — that's $40 per ticket less than the average SF Giants road game, and only the Mets home series with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros have lower average ticket prices. Mets fans looking to score cheap Mets baseball tickets will find seats under $15 in the Promenade level at most 2013 home games. Away from the Big Apple, the Mets continue to be one of the ten most popular MLB teams this season, with an average road games tickets price of $87.