1. It Is Time to Open Up the Baseball Hall of Fame to Mike Piazza

    During his 16 years in the major leagues, Mike Piazza compiled a career batting average of .308 with 427 homes runs. Piazza, who was the 1,390th overall draft pick for the Los Angeles Dodgers back in 1988, batted ...

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  2. Are the New York Mets the Best Possible Landing Spot for Troy Tulowitzki?

    Troy Tulowitzki is one of the best players in the game today. He not only hits for average but also has extraordinary power for a shortstop...

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  3. Colon Trade Market Looks Surprisingly Thin

    Bartolo Colon, who brought huge trade returns in his prime years, doesn't appear to have a great market despite a very nice season with the Mets ...

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  4. A Farewell to Arms? Mets Should Keep Young Studs

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  5. Jacob deGrom Named NL Player of the Week

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  6. Amid Trade Chatter, Colon Dominates Phils

    NEW YORK -- Even dressed in camouflage, there was no disguising Bartolo Colon's dominance on the mound for the scouts in attendance ahead of the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline...

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  7. Mets Continue Surge Toward .500, Rout Phillies

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  8. Colon Sharp in Mets' Win

    After ending the first half of the season with an 8-2 record on a 10 game home-stand, and going only 5-5 on the road to start off the second half, the New York Mets were relieved to be returning to Citi Field on Tuesday night...

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  9. Deal or No Deal? Alderson Says It's 'Unlikely'

    NEW YORK -- With less than 72 hours until Thursday's 4 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline, Sandy Alderson labeled it “unlikely” the Mets will make a deal...

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  10. Payroll Would Need Big Leap to Support Tulo

    NEW YORK -- Let's say the Mets pulled off the seemingly unlikely and landed Troy Tulowitzki in a trade this winter, which requires the Mets ponying up the winning package of prospects, starting with Noah Syndergaard...

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  11. Burnett, Colon Face off with Trade Deadline Looming

    It's that time of year again, when rumors are aplenty and some players are left to deflect questions about their status until a trade comes to fruition...

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  12. Syndergaard, Plawecki Head Mets' Updated Top 20 List

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, we've updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams...

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  13. Mets Content Staying Pat If No Deal Is Struck

    NEW YORK -- Long gone are the days when the Mets would always be in the thick of midseason trade conversations. In recent years, the front office has grown more prudent, which does not figure to change in 2014...

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  14. Mets Daily Prospect Report: Syndergaard Trending in the Right Direction

    The skinny: Las Vegas scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to take the lead for good in a 6-5 win over Salt Lake...

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  15. Terry Collins Won't Fire Back at Jon Niese

    MILWAUKEE — Managers and pitchers rarely get along. That's the wisdom Terry Collins obtained in a chat with Sandy Koufax years ago, and it is something the Mets ' manager has to remind himself occasionally when dealing with his staff...

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  16. Chris Young Is a Doubles Machine

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  17. 5 Mets That Are Currently Having Breakout Seasons

    While the Mets may only be 50-55 this season, this current team has certainly featured quite a few bright spots. The biggest bright spot would arguably have to be second baseman Daniel Murphy's All-Star season, which includes a ...

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  18. DeGrom, a Key to the Mets' Future, Is Taking over the Present

    No matter how the final two months of the season unfold for the Mets , they will at least have the pleasure of following the progress of their rookie starter Jacob deGrom...

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  19. Duda Supplies Power, 'Happy to Contribute'

    Lucas Duda provided the winning hits in the New York Mets ' two victories in the four-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  20. DeGrom Rolls Through July

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  21. Duda and DeGrom Deliver, Mets Defeat Brewers 2-0

    Lucas Duda hit a two-run homer, rookie Jacob deGrom pitched well into the seventh, and the New York Mets split a four-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers with a 2-0 win Sunday...

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  22. Need for Offense Ends Niese's Night Early

    Manager Terry Collins might have left his starter, Jonathon Niese, in the game longer. Certainly, Niese thought he had more to give. In the end, the hope for offense outweighed giving him a few more innings...

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  23. Dice-K (Elbow) May Have Long Stint on DL

    MILWAUKEE — Daisuke Matsuzaka is going to be on the disabled list for a while. The Mets ' long reliever was diagnosed in New York with inflammation in his pitching elbow on Saturday ...

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  24. Collins: Struggling Lagares 'Trying Way Too Hard'

    MILWAUKEE — Juan Lagares is swinging at just about any pitch that doesn't bounce, and that's a problem for the Mets ...

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  25. Matsuzaka to DL; Carlyle Returns

    After undergoing an MRI in New York, Daisuke Matsuzaka has landed on the disabled list with right elbow inflammation...

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