1. Cespedes' Solo Homer

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  2. New York Mets' Michael Cuddyer to Receive Cortisone Shot Ailing Wrist

    MIAMI -- New York Mets outfielder/first baseman Michael Cuddyer is due to receive a cortisone injection in his right wrist on Sunday to try to alleviate tendinitis. Cuddyer began wearing a splint on Saturday...

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  3. Mets Manager Terry Collins to Matt Harvey: Let Your Arm Do the Talking

    MIAMI -- Amid an uproar over whether Matt Harvey will shut himself down at 180 innings, New York Mets manager Terry Collins said he would deliver a simple message to the ace in a private meeting: Let your arm do the talking...

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  4. New York Mets RHP Matt Harvey: Hero Turned Villain

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  5. David Wright Getting Today off vs. Marlins

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  6. Mets Fans Won't Forget: Matt Harvey's a Hypocrite

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  7. D'Arnaud's Three-Run Home Run

    Travis d'Arnaud crushes a three-run homer to center field to open the scoring in the top of the 1st inning.....

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  8. Flores' Solo Homer

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  9. Matt Harvey Appears Ready to Turn His Back on Mets When They Need Him Most

    This will not be easily forgotten. The New York Mets have trudged along, disappointing their fanbase for the last eight seasons, but 2015 changed that...

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  10. Lineup: Cuddyer (Wrist) Missing 2nd Straight Game

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  11. New York Mets Morning Briefing: Division Lead Down to Five Games

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  12. Mets Rally in 9th, Fall Short in Extras

    MIAMI — Much of the talk about the Mets on Friday focused on Matt Harvey and the percolating innings-limit flap between his agent and the team. By the end of the day, though, there was plenty more to digest, too...

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  13. Mets, Scott Boras Can Spar over Innings, but It's Matt Harvey's Decision to Make

    The New York Mets never wanted Matt Harvey to be Stephen Strasburg. As far as we knew, at least until Friday, Harvey never wanted to be Strasburg, either...

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  14. New York Mets Proceeding with Planned Innings Cap for Matt Harvey

    MIAMI -- The New York Mets intend to proceed with their innings plan for Matt Harvey that will allow him to pitch into the postseason, ignoring a stricter cap that agent Scott Boras advocated, which would lead to a shutdown, team sources told ESPN...

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  15. Is Ed Sheeran Now a Mets Fan? Pop Star Catches Game at Citi Field

    The Mets continue to dominate the baseball headlines and spotlight in New York. Here's further proof: Superstar singer Ed Sheeran chose the franchise imn Queens over the Yankees to watch his first-ever baseball game on Wednesday at Citi Field...

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  16. Wright: Mets Pitchers Better Than What Sandy Alderson Dreamed They'd Be

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  17. Duda (Back) to Begin Rehab Assignment

    MIAMI -- New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda is due to begin a rehab assignment on Saturday with Double-A Binghamton at Altoona. Duda also is scheduled to play with the Eastern League team on Sunday as he works back from a herniated disk...

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  18. Syndergaard Is OK with Being Skipped in Rotation

    Noah Syndergaard has no problem with being skipped in the rotation this weekend, in an effort to keep his innings total down for the season, according to Kristie Ackert of the Daily News...

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  19. Murphy Day-to-Day with Mild Quad Strain

    Murphy exited Wednesday's 9-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies due to discomfort in his left quad, but the team deemed his removal precautionary at the time...

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  20. Murphy Diagnosed with Mild Quad Strain

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  21. 2015 Mets, with Big Lead in NL East, Not Looking Back at 2007

    To this day, the trauma lingers deep in the psyche of Mets fans, the memories stored away in the kind of dark corners reserved for bitter breakups...

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  22. Matt Harvey Is Expected to Take His Next Turn

    Matt Harvey suffered from dehydration after pitching against the Phillies yesterday, and he didn't make the team flight...

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  23. David Wright and Mets Teammates a Hit at Fantasy Football

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  24. Mets Deserve Praise for How They've Handled Matt Harvey

    The word from the Mets was this: dehydration, weakness, and so Matt Harvey was marooned for a bit in the trainer's room, the full effects of 101 pitches and 6 ¹/₃ innings taking over...

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  25. Harvey 'Weak,' 'Dehydrated' After Wednesday Outing

    NEW YORK -- New York Mets ace Matt Harvey started Wednesday's game with a bang, striking out the side in the first inning against the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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