1. DeGrom Allows Three HRs as Mets Lose 6th in 7 Games

    For the second time, Jacob deGrom showed that the Mets have their choice of impressive young arms on the horizon -- and the Mets showed they still need to find offense and defense to put around them...

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  2. Juan Lagares Returns to Citi Field

    NEW YORK -- New York Mets centerfielder Juan Lagares returned to Citi Field on Wednesday. Lagares missed Tuesday night's game because he was in the Dominican Republic due to a death in his family...

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  3. Mets Lineup: Lagares Returns vs. Dodgers

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  4. 8 Mets Prospects Who Never Lived Up to the Hype

    The New York Mets have had their share of busts throughout the years. As important as ranking prospects is to MLB franchises, even some of the most highly touted young players don’t necessarily pan out...

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  5. Ryu Returns from DL to Face Rookie DeGrom, Mets

    Wednesday night's Mets - Dodgers matchup at Citi Field is a big one for the starting pitchers, and even though Hyun-Jin Ryu and Jacob deGrom are at different junctures in their seasons, they both have something to prove...

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  6. GM Not Endorsing 10-Month Return from T.J.

    EW YORK -- Although Matt Harvey indicated he wants to make five to seven starts this season, Sandy Alderson took a far more cautious approach as the ace rehabs from Oct. 22, 2013 Tommy John surgery...

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  7. New York Mets 2014 Mock Draft: Projecting Their Top 5 First-Round Targets

    With the 10th pick in the upcoming MLB draft, the New York Mets will have the opportunity to bolster their farm system significantly by adding an impact player...

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  8. First-Quarter Grades for New York Mets

    The first quarter of the season has passed, meaning the New York Mets have played enough games to fairly judge players based on their performance...

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  9. d'Arnaud Still Ailing from Concussion

    One week after getting conked on the top of the head by a backswing from Alfonso Soriano in the Bronx, Travis d'Arnaud continues to experience concussion-related symptoms when he exercises...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 49 reads 0 comments

  10. Matt Harvey's Return Timeline from Elbow Surgery Puts Mets in Tough Position

    Rehab timelines aren't very flexible. Physical therapists work through a protocol and when an athlete can do all the necessary tasks, they move on to the next one. If they can't, they repeat...

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  11. Matt Harvey Explains Why He Wants to Return to Mets This Year

    Matt Harvey of the New York Mets , the 2.0 version, promised me he will be a slightly different pitcher when he comes back from Tommy John surgery...

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  12. Mets' Harvey: 'I Don't Work for Boras, He Works for Me'

    Matt Harvey insists he's his own boss. Harvey, who expects to begin throwing from a mound within the next three weeks, was asked if there's any way his agent, Scott Boras, would allow him to return from Tommy John surgery before the end of this season...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 747 reads 0 comments

  13. Noah Syndergaard Not Yet Ready to Help

    Noah Syndergaard continues to puzzle the Mets . The organization's top pitching prospect has shown electric stuff at Triple-A Las Vegas, according to sources, but is still struggling to get results...

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  14. For the Mets, Finding Nimmo Takes Time

    The specter of Jose Fernandez looms over Brandon Nimmo. It shouldn't—but it does, a product of nothing more than unfortunate timing...

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  15. Numbers Show Citi Field Is Haunting Mets

    It began shortly after Citi Field opened in 2009, an Internet rumor gone viral. The Mets ' brand-new ballpark was cursed by three Phillies jerseys buried in the foundation by a construction worker...

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  16. Mets Daily Farm Report, May 20, 2014: ThunderMatz

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  17. Pitched Mets Book May Be Doozy

    WASHINGTON -- If the Mets cringed at the contents of Mookie Wilson's book, they better brace themselves for this: Former clubhouse manager Charlie Samuels has been shopping a book ...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 1 month ago 44 reads 0 comments

  18. Mets Worried Montero 'Tipping' Pitches

    As impressed as the Mets were with Rafael Montero's major league debut last week, they wonder how he might have fared if he weren't tipping his pitches...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 1 month ago 29 reads 0 comments

  19. McGowan Goes Long in Shutout for Gnats

    After being an inconsistent reliever for short-season Brooklyn last year, Kevin McGowan is turning in impressive starts as a member of Class A Savannah's rotation this season...

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  20. Montero Aims to Build on Solid Major League Debut

    As the Mets ' second-best pitching prospect behind Noah Syndergaard, right-hander Rafael Montero's standing in the organization is clear...

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  21. Wright Caught in Power Struggle

    When we wrote our “What's the best the Mets can be?” piece prior to season's start, the first point we made was that the Mets needed Wright to play like an MVP...

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  22. NY Mets Captain David Wright Demands More Consistency

    WASHINGTON — David Wright wants to see more consistency. The captain characterized the Mets as “inconsistent” through their first 43 games and heading into a stretch ...

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  23. Ike Davis: Nice to Be on Team 'That Actually Wants You'

    Ike Davis – whose Pirates lost 7-1 to the Yankees Saturday – was back in town for the first time since being traded by the Mets ...

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  24. What's with the Uproar? Lagares Still a Starter

    Terry Collins can't understand the uproar about Juan Lagares' disappearance from the Mets ' lineup last week...

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  25. Stock Up, Stock Down for New York Mets' Top 10 Prospects for Week 7

    The New York Mets have shown they’re not afraid to promote players from Triple-A in order to provide a spark at the big league level. Manager Terry Collins has watched his squad fall 3...

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