1. New York Mets Release 2016 Schedule

    WASHINGTON -- The New York Mets released their 2016 schedule on Tuesday. The Amazin's will open the season April 4 at the Kansas City Royals . The home opener will be April 8 against the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  2. Did the Mets Subtweet Matt Harvey with a Nolan Ryan Quote?

    As you know, the Mets and Matt Harvey talked themselves into a bit of a pickle these last few days thanks to Harvey's post-Tommy John surgery workload limitations...

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  3. How Baseball Is to Blame for Matt Harvey, and What He Should Do Going Forward

    In the decade or so since baseball found itself in the throes of omnipresent Tommy John surgery dread, almost nothing has changed...

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  4. Mets Rally to Take First Game of Showdown Series with Nationals

    David Wright hit the dirt on Monday afternoon, the momentum of his slide taking him across home plate. But before he could pop back up, he anxiously craned his head toward the plate umpire...

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  5. Wright: 'What a Win. This Is What September Baseball Is All About'

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  6. Rapid Reaction: New York Mets 8, Washington Nationals 5 - Mets Blog - ESPN

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  7. Cespedes' RBI Double

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  8. Torres Diagnosed with Strained Left Calf

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  9. Carlos Torres Leaves Mets Game with Leg Injury

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  10. Torres Leaves Game with Apparent Leg Injury

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  11. Niese's Last 4 Starts? Horrific Line

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  12. Videos: Conforto, Johnson HR to Give Mets Lead

    Something you might be interested in. @mconforto8 HR: http://atmlb.com/1NXT0hx Johnson HR: http://atmlb...

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  13. Matt Harvey Will Make Two Starts Before Playoffs

    New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson met with reporters on Monday morning to clarify starting pitcher Matt Harvey's availability as the team makes a playoff push and the righthander faces a 180-inning limit on the year...

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  14. Players Weigh in on Matt Harvey Situation and Predicting the Unpredictable

    The escalating drama surrounding the New York Mets and pitcher Matt Harvey about his innings limit and postseason availability is turning into one of the most riveting soap operas in major league baseball...

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  15. Mets Activate Lucas Duda from the Disabled List

    Mets first baseman Lucas Duda is off the disabled list and on the active roster after missing the past two-plus weeks with a back injury, but he's not in the starting lineup for today's game against the Nationals ...

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  16. Gooden Calls out Matt Harvey on Twitter over Innings Limit Controversy

    MIAMI — Add Doc Gooden to the list of people flummoxed by the Matt Harvey innings limit situation. The former Met great took to Twitter Sunday — he's at @DocGooden16 — to say, “Can't believe what...

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  17. With Matt Harvey Scare Over, Mets Must Refocus on Making Playoffs

    For the past few days, the burning question in the Big Apple has been whether Matt Harvey would pitch for the New York Mets in the postseason. There's a complicating factor, though: The Mets have to get there first...

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  18. Matt Harvey Confirms He'll Pitch for Mets in 2015 Playoffs: Comments, Reaction

    After some initial concern from fans that he would go the Stephen Strasburg route, Matt Harvey confirmed he'll take the mound for the New York Mets in the 2015 postseason should the team qualify...

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  19. Mets Lose in Walk-off Fashion to Marlins

    MIAMI -- Next stop, Panic City. After a disastrous weekend in Miami, the Mets head into a crucial series against the Nationals with their lead in the division cut and the plans for their rotation now a mess...

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  20. Clippard the Rare Goat as Mets Start to Slump

    MIAMI — Broadway is ready to meet Beltway, but the Mets first will have to scrub the stinky scent of fish from their uniforms...

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  21. Prado's Sac Fly in 9th Gives Marlins 4-3 Win over Mets

    MIAMI -- Martin Prado hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Miami Marlins a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets on Sunday.....

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  22. Matz Exits vs. Marlins with Blister on His Hand

    Steven Matz's highly anticipated return to the New York Mets ' rotation ended prematurely Sunday afternoon, as the 24-year-old left-hander was removed with one out in sixth inning due to a blister on his middle finger, according to ESPN's Adam Rubin...

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  23. Matz Exits vs. Marlins with Blister on His Hand

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  24. Cespedes' Solo Homer

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  25. 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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