1. Heyman: Mets Freefalling, but Collins Appears Safe

    Manager Terry Collins joked after the Mets ' latest loss that the team's next step might be a human sacrifice the way things are going. And of course, most figure he might be the obvious guy to be sacrificed...

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  2. Duda Unsatisfied with Prolonged Slump

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  3. Ranking Mets' Best All-Star Game Candidates

    Each year, MLB has its All-Star Game to honor the best players from the first half of the season. This year's Midsummer Classic will take place in Cincinnati...

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  4. Mets Offense Sputters Again in 6-1 Loss

    NEW YORK — The Mets snapped one painful streak but extended another in their 6-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs Thursday at Citi Field...

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  5. One Measly Run and Water Cooler Violence

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  6. Mets to Re-Evaluate Michael Cuddyer's Injury Timetable

    A sore left knee kept Michael Cuddyer out of the Mets ' lineup for the second consecutive game Thursday, leaving perhaps baseball's worst offense without one of its few established major-league hitters...

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  7. Lack of Hitting Not the Only Problem the Fading Mets Face

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  8. New York Mets Sign Vladimir Guerrero's Nephew, Gregory

    NEW YORK -- The New York Mets signed a pair of 16-year-old shortstops on the first day of the international signing period...

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  9. Parnell Turns Two on Diving Grab

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  10. Mets Catch a Break with Cuddyer After MRI

    NEW YORK — The Mets avoided real trouble with Michael Cuddyer. The outfielder underwent an MRI on his left knee Wednesday and got good news. He will miss a few days but no disabled list stint is needed...

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  11. David Wright Gives Mets the Update They've Been Hoping for

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  12. Cuddyer Sitting, Expected to Avoid DL

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  13. Mets' Wilmer Flores Happy to Move to Second, Says He's Comfortable There

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  14. It Would Be a Mistake for Mets to Undervalue Niese, Murphy

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 2 days ago 5 reads 0 comments

  15. Mets Aren't in a Hurry to Trade Jon Niese

    Jon Niese, for as well as he's pitched lately, isn't Steven Matz. Nor is he Matt Harvey, Noah Syndergaard or Jacob deGrom...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 days ago 32 reads 0 comments

  16. Michael Cuddyer Leaves Mets Game with Sore Left Knee

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 3 days ago 8 reads 0 comments

  17. Cuddyer Exits Game with Left Knee Soreness

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  18. Murphy (Quad) to Be Activated Tuesday

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  19. What Could the Mets Get for Jon Niese?

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  20. Quietly, Curtis Granderson Has Put the Mets on His Back

    Steven Matz was the story on Sunday, drawing nationwide headlines for his three-hit, four-RBI debut and his 7²/₃ brilliant innings on the mound. But the Mets wouldn't have swept the doubleheader against the Reds without Curtis Granderson...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  21. Steven Matz Has a Sandwich Named in His Honor

    Mets rookie Steven Matz debuted Sunday and was excellent, both with the bat and on the hill. In somewhat related news, he also has a sandwich named after him...

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  22. Mets Shouldn't Give Up Future to Compete Now

    There you go, Mets fans. There's your future. Few teams have a brighter one. This is how championship teams are built...

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  23. Stock Up, Stock Down for Mets' Top 10 Prospects for Week 12

    As June nears its end, the New York Mets are now 40-37, although they have played like two completely different teams at home and on the road...

    Shale Briskin Written by Shale Briskin about 4 days ago 8,989 reads 9 comments

  24. Mets Move Wilmer Flores off Shortstop

    There were plenty of skeptics when it came to Wilmer Flores' ability to be an everyday shortstop defensively and apparently the Mets now agree, shifting him to second base with plans ...

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  25. Steven Matz's Family Celebrates His Breakout Game at Citi Field

    Steven Matz had so many supporters venture to Citi Field for his major-league debut that his mother, Lori, wondered why she even bothered to bring her cellphone. "Who am I going to text?'' she said...

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