1. Life Without Wright Not as Bad for Mets?

    Much of the preseason excitement surrounding the Mets came with a lot of ifs. If Matt Harvey could pitch like his pre-Tommy John stuff. If free-agent addition Michael Cuddyer could hit like he did in Colorado ...

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  2. Gee Unclear of Role When Activated from DL

    PITTSBURGH − Dillon Gee rejoin the team Saturday night in Pittsburgh . His baseball equipment did not. Just another leg in what Gee called “the weirdest damn year in baseball...

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  3. Mets Ace Matt Harvey Could Have 'Dead Arm'

    PITTSBURGH − As if the Mets don't have enough problems, Matt Harvey may be dealing with a “dead arm.”.....

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  4. Mets Strike out 14 Times on Way to Being Swept by Pirates

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  5. Banged-Up Lucas Duda, Juan Lagares Sit Sunday for New York Mets

    PITTSBURGH -- The New York Mets will be without two more of their major pieces in Sunday's series finale against the Pittsburgh Pirates ...

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  6. Duda, Lagares out Today vs. Pirates

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  7. Ruben Tejada to Get Third Base Audition with New York Mets on Sunday

    With Eric Campbell in an 0-for-19 slump and David Wright not returning from the disabled list anytime soon, Ruben Tejada will get a chance to start at third base for the New York Mets on Sunday...

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  8. Matt Harvey Proclaims Health, Labels Start 'Terrible Outing'

    Matt Harvey bluntly dissected the worst start of his major league career after the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the New York Mets , 8-2, on Saturday afternoon at PNC Park...

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  9. Warthen: Harvey Has His Whole Arsenal Working

    PITTSBURGH - Matt Harvey missed all of last season rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, so it would have been reasonable to expect some rust...

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  10. Collins Meets with Pitchers About 6-Man Rotation

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  11. Ceciliani Making 1st MLB Start vs. Pirates

    PITTSBURGH -- Here are the lineups for Saturday's 4:05 p.m. ET game between the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park...

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  12. Ceciliani Making 1st MLB Start vs. Pirates

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  13. Noah Syndergaard 'Glad to Stay Here'

    Manager Terry Collins said even more explicitly after Friday's 4-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates that Noah Syndergaard is remaining in the New York Mets ' rotation...

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  14. Syndergaard Takes a Loss, but He Will Have More Chances

    There were more bursts of promise, and a few more raw moments, for the right-hander Noah Syndergaard here on Friday night...

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  15. Mets to Utilize a Six-Man Rotation After Dillon Gee Returns

    MLB .com's Anthony DiComo reports that starter Dillon Gee will be activated from the disabled list on Saturday...

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  16. Stock Up, Stock Down for Mets' Top 10 Prospects for Week 7

    The New York Mets are now 24-18 as we approach the middle of May. They struggled against the Chicago Cubs and got swept at Wrigley Field then played a lot better against the Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  17. Terry Collins Reveals Rational Reason for Pulling Jacob deGrom

    New York Mets manager Terry Collins' decision to remove Jacob deGrom with the reigning NL Rookie of the Year within three outs of a one-hit shutout on Thursday afternoon was not controversial after all...

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  18. Duda's Second Homer of the Game

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  19. degrom Pulled Due to Recent Hip, Shoulder Issues

    Terry Collins said 110 was deGrom's limit because of recent hip issue as well as shoulder stiffness sitting during 10-run frame last start...

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  20. Jacob DeGrom Tosses a Gem, Lucas Duda Hits Two Homers in Mets Win

    Jacob deGrom was out of sight this afternoon, stifling the Cardinals for eight innings. The stifling included allowing only one hit, walking no one and striking out 11...

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  21. The Flaw Preventing Juan Lagares from Being a Dangerous Hitter

    Swing at strikes. It sounds simple. It's a basic component for any successful hitter, a skill Juan Lagares is still trying to master...

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  22. One-Dimensional Mets Can Learn a Lot from Cards

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  23. Mets Out of NL East Lead for 1st Time Since April 15

    NEW YORK -- The Cardinals ' offense continued to sizzle for a second straight night, smacking 14 hits to back starter Carlos Martinez in a 9-0 thumping of the Mets on Wednesday...

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  24. Colon Takes His Place in Mets' History Books

    NEW YORK -- By recording the first eight outs of Wednesday's game against the Cardinals without issuing a walk, Bartolo Colon set a franchise record for command and continued one of the most impeccable control streaks in Major League history...

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