1. Everything Breaks Right Mets in 8-0 Win

    LOS ANGELES — Out in Los Angeles, the Mets continue to watch their Hollywood-like success story flourish. Steven Matz, the Long Island boy who grew up a Mets fan, continued his development as one of the next Mets stars in his second career outing...

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  2. Matz Shuts Down Powerful Dodgers

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  3. Mets Feast on Dodgers in 8-0 Victory to Take Series

    LOS ANGELES -- Steven Matz scattered two hits over six scoreless innings, Wilmer Flores went 4 for 5, and the New York Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-0 Sunday to take two out of three from the NL West leaders...

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  4. Terry Collins to Matt Harvey on Extra Rest: Get over It

    New York Mets manager Terry Collins had a diplomatic but blunt message Sunday for starting pitchers displeased with a six-man rotation and working with as much as two extra days of rest between starts: Get over it...

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  5. Jenrry Mejia on Verge of Rejoining New York Mets

    Former closer Jenrry Mejia will make one final minor league appearance on Sunday night with Triple-A Las Vegas. Mejia then is due to fly to San Francisco on Monday...

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  6. Manny Ramirez Was Almost a Met 10 Years Ago

    Manny Ramirez hit two of his 555 career home runs in Flushing. One during his three games at Shea Stadium as a member of the Red Sox and the other at Citi Field while on a three-day visit with the Dodgers ...

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  7. Mets as Ugly as Harvey's Bloody Nose in Another Dispiriting Loss

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  8. Status of David Wright's Rehab Is Still Hanging over Mets

    LOS ANGELES — On Mondays, David Wright typically meets with Dr. Robert Watkins, a back surgeon, and undergoes a series of tests for his spinal stenosis. Wright has not yet passed Watkins's tests...

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  9. Mets Outlast Kershaw to Eek out Win in 9th

    LOS ANGELES — It all came together so suddenly, so unexpectedly, that it was surprising. Here were the Mets , owners of a nearly dormant offense, putting together a rally in the ninth inning in Dodger Stadium in the midst of a tie game...

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  10. Mets Scratch out a Run in Ninth to Down Dodgers

    LOS ANGELES — The tiniest of ninth-inning rallies was bread from the heavens for the Mets on Friday...

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  11. Mets Begin Road Trip with 2-1 Win over Dodgers

    LOS ANGELES -- Kevin Plawecki drove in the go-ahead run with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning, rookie Noah Snydergaard dueled reigning NL MVP Clayton Kershaw on even terms, and the New York Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 on Friday night...

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  12. New York Mets' Travis d'Arnaud Still in Brace, Not Cleared Yet

    Travis d'Arnaud is eligible to return from the disabled list Monday, but the catcher will not be activated by the New York Mets that soon...

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  13. Mets Discussed, but Decided Against, Calling Up Prospect Michael Conforto

    With the Mets ' offense languishing, there has been some thought of calling up outfield prospect Michael Conforto from Double-A Binghamton. Indeed, the Mets have considered it, but decided against it in the short-term, Newsday's Marc Carig reports...

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  14. New York Mets Don't Intend to Fire Terry Collins, Sandy Alderson Says

    The New York Mets have no intention of firing manager Terry Collins, despite the team's recent free-fall, general manager Sandy Alderson said...

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  15. 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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  16. Duda Unsatisfied with Prolonged Slump

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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. One Measly Run and Water Cooler Violence

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  20. 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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  21. Lack of Hitting Not the Only Problem the Fading Mets Face

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  22. 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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  23. Parnell Turns Two on Diving Grab

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

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