1. Jacob deGrom Proving His Sudden Rise to Stardom Has Staying Power

    For much of the day on Monday, the New York Mets story du jour was the three-year anniversary of Johan Santana's 2012 no-hitter. That is to say, the flavor of the day was that of bittersweet nostalgia...

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  2. deGrom Takes Perfect Game into 6th, Mets Win

    SAN DIEGO -- Jacob deGrom took a perfect game into the sixth and allowed two hits over eight innings, leading the New York Mets to a 7-0 win over the San Diego Padres on Monday night...

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  3. Is Jeurys Familia the Best Closer in National League?

    SAN DIEGO — The Mets visit the Padres this week here and the series will involve two of the best closer in baseball...

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  4. Duda out of Mets' Lineup with Stiff Right Knee

    Mets first baseman Lucas Duda, who has undeniably been the team's best hitter this year, is out of the team's lineuptonight in San Diego with a stiff right knee...

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  5. New York Mets: Noah Syndergaard Already Looking Like Future Star

    The New York Mets have several young, talented pitchers in their organization. Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Zack Wheeler have already showcased their abilities in the majors in ...

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  6. Lucas Duda (Knee) out Tonight vs. Padres

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  7. Watch: Harvey Joins 'The Daily Show' with Jon Stewart

    Jon Stewart's version of “The Daily Show” is coming to an end in a few months, but the lifelong Mets fan found time to have Matt Harvey on as a guest Thursday night … while being very, very protective of his surgically repaired elbow...

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  8. Mets Hold on to Defeat Miami Marlins, 4-3, Behind Bartolo Colon

    Just when his team needed it most, Bartolo Colon stepped up and played stopper for the Mets , leading the club to a 4-3 win over the Miami Marlins on Sunday afternoon at Citi Field...

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  9. Rapid Reaction: New York Mets 4, Miami Marlins 3

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  10. Watch: Colon Legs out RBI Double for 3rd Hit of 2015

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  11. Padres: Gee to Start Wednesday vs. Padres

    Dillon Gee will return to the mound for the New York Mets on Wednesday in San Diego after spending the last four weeks on the disabled list with a groin strain, reports ESPN's Adam Rubin...

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  12. New York Mets Concerned with Jonathon Niese's Recent Struggles

    The New York Mets are not yanking left-hander Jonathon Niese from the rotation. That does not mean the staff is devoid of concerns...

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  13. Rapid Reaction: Miami Marlins 9, New York Mets 5

    The New York Mets are headed to a six-man rotation during the upcoming week. One silver lining: That will give Jonathon Niese extra time before his next start to sort things out...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 days ago 13 reads 0 comments

  14. Niese's Struggles Continue as Mets Fall to Marlins

    Christian Yelich's two-out, two-run single in the seventh gave the Marlins a lead and Giancarlo Stanton's two behemoth home runs backed a strong bullpen effort in Miami's 9-5 win over the Mets at Citi Field...

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  15. 'Dead arm' a dead issue: Harvey's heater lively

    In an attempt to silence the alarms and call off the hounds before Friday's 4-3 loss to the Marlins , Mets general manager Sandy Alderson amended a description of the scary-sounding ...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 3 days ago 297 reads 0 comments

  16. Bone bruise delays Travis d'Arnaud return - Mets Blog - ESPN

    NEW YORK -- General manager Sandy Alderson said Travis d'Arnaud's return from the disabled list should be slightly delayed because the catcher felt discomfort in his right wrist during a game Thursday night with Class A St...

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  17. One Bad Inning Dooms Mets, Harvey in Loss

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  18. Harvey, Mets Can't Move Past Marlins

    NEW YORK — For three overwhelming and scintillating innings, Matt Harvey looked ready to dispel the notion of a dead arm with a thunderous outing at Citi Field. But when Justin Bour crushed a three-run home run, it all dissipated...

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  19. Wright Has Epidural, Staying in CA Until Next Week

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  20. David Wright: Don Mattingly 2.0?

    David Wright's career has been similar to Don Mattingly's for several reasons. Let's hope it doesn't come to as abrupt an end...

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  21. Setback Delays d'Arnaud's Return

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  22. Why the Mets' Offense Is Starting to Kick It into Gear

    When the Mets headed north from spring training, most of the discussion concerned pitching. But manager Terry Collins was just as excited about the lineup.....

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  23. Mets Shortstop Wilmer Flores Blossoms on and off the Field

    Wilmer Flores usually has a smile on his face and is quick to laugh around the clubhouse and dugout, but earlier this season when the Mets ' embattled shortstop was booting balls and ...

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  24. Mets Getting Closer to Answer on One Big Unknown

    The Mets are slowly in the process of rebuilding their bullpen, just with the people they had in the first place.....

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  25. Mets Promote '14 1st Rounder Conforto to AA

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