1. Daniel Murphy's 3-Run Home Run Saves Mets in 3-1 Victory over Marlins

    MIAMI - It was a night of redemption for the Mets . With a prospect on his heels, ready to take his spot in the rotation, Dillon Gee pitched his best game of his season Monday night ...

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  2. Collins: Dan Was 'Murph-alicious'

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  3. Rafael Montero spot start no danger to Dillon Gee - Mets Blog - ESPN

    Barring something drastic occurring during Dillon Gee's start for the New York Mets on Monday night against the Miami Marlins , he will not be bounced from the rotation to make room ...

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  4. Mets' Bobby Parnell Believes Velocity Will Return After Shutdown

    Bobby Parnell joined New York Mets teammates on Monday at Marlins Park, but the former closer has hurdles to clear before being activated from the disabled list...

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  5. Collins on Harvey: 'He Wants to Beat You Up When He Beats You'

    NEW YORK — With an upper-90s fastball, Matt Harvey is capable of bringing the heat, but his success on the mound is also fueled by an innate competitive fire...

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  6. Terry Collins Can't Afford to Fall Back on Old Habits Now

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  7. Daniel Murphy's Slow Start Could Fuel Dilson Herrera Promotion

    Combine a slow start for current Mets second basemen Daniel Murphy with prospect Dilson Herrera tearing the cover off the ball in Triple A, and the Mets could have quite the problem on their hands...

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  8. Alex Rodriguez's Homer, Two RBIs Help Yankees Take Series from Mets

    After the first leg of this year's Subway Series came to a close Sunday night, the Mets left Yankee Stadium exactly where they were when they arrived: in first place with the best record in baseball...

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  9. Mets' Juan Lagares Has Perfect Day in Win over Yankees After Making Changes

    Juan Lagares felt as if he had been struggling. He felt like he was expanding the zone too much and swinging at pitches out of the strike zone...

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  10. Trio of Blasts Aid Sharp Harvey in Near-Complete Effort

    Matt Harvey finished one out shy of a complete game and the Mets swatted three homers off CC Sabathia, evening the Subway Series with an 8-2 victory over the Yankees on Saturday at Yankee Stadium...

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  11. Plawecki's Drills First MLB Home Run

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  12. Duda's Solo Homer

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  13. Not Pitching in Game, Niese Ejected from Bench

    NEW YORK -- Mets starting pitcher Jon Niese was ejected in the sixth inning of Friday night's Subway Series game against the Yankees , despite never stepping foot on the field at Yankee Stadium...

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  14. Jacob DeGrom Has One of His Roughest Outings for Mets

    Jacob deGrom rubbed up a new baseball and let out a big breath. He had just allowed his third home run, and the second to Mark Teixeira...

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  15. Robles Has Successful Major League Debut with Mets

    NEW YORK -- One silver lining in the New York Mets ' 6-1 Subway Series loss on Friday was the performance of Hansel Robles in the right-hander's major league debut...

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  16. Sick Noah Syndergaard Warned About Twitter

    NEW YORK -- Top prospect Noah Syndergaard suffered food poisoning and required intravenous fluids, which prompted the New York Mets to scratch him from Friday's start with Triple-A Las Vegas, general manager Sandy Alderson said...

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  17. Bobby Parnell shut down with forearm soreness - Mets Blog - ESPN

    NEW YORK -- Bobby Parnell's rehab assignment has been put on hold for a week, New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said...

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  18. Parnell Shut Down 1 Week Due to Forearm Soreness

    Bobby Parnell experiencing a little forearm soreness during his Tommy John rehab. He'll be shut down for a week...

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  19. Cuddyer at DH with Mets Visiting Yankees

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  20. Syndergaard Rips a Twitter Troll After Being Scratched Due to Illness

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  21. #THIS: Harvey Returns to NY

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  22. Dillon Gee Confronted Collins, Cleared the Air, Then Beat the Braves

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  23. Jeurys Familia has 7 saves, and a growing confidence

    Jeurys Familia pitched a perfect ninth inning Wednesday to lock down a Mets win and his seventh save of the season...

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  24. An Early Look at the Top 3 Mets Trade Deadline Chips

    The 2015 season is only a few weeks old, but it's never too early to begin to speculate what kinds of trades the Mets could make to improve the team a little more...

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  25. Bartolo Colon Runs Down and Tags out A.J. Pierzynski, Remains a Living Legend

    I’ve seen a baby open its eyes for the first time. I’ve driven through a hailstorm inside of a fog bank. I once watched the sun rise over the Blue Ridge Mountains...

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