This is the April 18, 2013 news archive. View today's Mets rumors and news.

New York Mets News and Rumors

Garland fights chill to lead Rockies by Mets

Garland fights chill to lead Rockies by Mets

ESPN.com MLB.com Updated Apr 18, 2013
Jon Garland pitched seven solid innings in bitter cold, Troy Tulowitzki homered and hit a go-ahead single and the Colorado Rockies beat the New York Mets 11-3 Thursday.
Upvote Share Tweet
  • Injury Sidetracks Mets’ D’Arnaud

    Injury Sidetracks Mets’ D’Arnaud

    A fractured bone in his foot has muddied the immediate future of Mets prospect Travis d'Arnaud
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Mike Piazza prepares for role in upcoming Miami City Ballet pro…

    Mike Piazza prepares for role in upcoming Miami City Ballet production

    yahoo.com Apr 18, 2013
    We're not sure 16 major league seasons crouching behind the plate is the best preparation for a stint in ballet, but former Dodgers, Marlins and Mets great Mike Piazza will give it a shot anyway when he takes the stage for the Miami City Ballet next mon…
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Video - Rockies Sweep Mets 00:32

    Rockies Sweep Mets

    Apr 18
    Troy Tulowitkzi continues his hot start, driving in two runs in the Rockies' 11-3 win over the Mets.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Must-See TV: 17 games that highlight 2013 schedule

    Apr 18
    There will always be differing opinions on what makes for must-see TV, but now that the 2013 NFL schedule is ours for the anticipating, here are the 17 games in the league's 17-week regular season that I can't wait to see.
  • NFL - These matchups highlight 2013 schedule

    Apr 18
    Both new and old rivalries dot an exciting 2013 NFL schedule, writes John Clayton.
  • Lawrence Frank fired by Detroit Pistons, sources

    Apr 18
    The Detroit Pistons, as widely expected, have fired coach Lawrence Frank, according to sources close to the situation.
  • Pistons oust coach Frank after two seasons

    Apr 18
    The Detroit Pistons, as widely expected, have fired coach Lawrence Frank, according to sources close to the situation.