1. Eric Campbell Explodes in Return to Mets' Lineup

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 10 days ago 31 reads 0 comments

  2. Mets Pitcher deGrom Sparks 10-Run 4th Inning Against Brewers

    Jacob deGrom entered his latest start with the third-worst run support in the National League. Four innings later, deGrom's unluck changed in a hurry...

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  3. Watch: Flores Hits Grand Slam in 10-Run 4th vs. MIL

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  4. Mets' Troubles Multiply in Shutout Loss to Brewers

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  5. Mets Beaten Down by Majors' Worst Team for 5th Straight Loss

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  6. Mets injury update: Dilson Herrera lands on disabled list with broken finger

    During tonight's nearly unwatchable game against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Mets announced that second baseman Dilson Herrera will be placed on the disabled list after fracturing the tip of his middle finger in fielding drills during batting practice...

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  7. Report: Mets to Place Herrera on DL with Broken Finger

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  8. Friday's Mets Lineup: Juan Lagares Returns

    NEW YORK -- Here is the New York Mets ' lineup for Friday night's series opener against the Milwaukee Brewers , with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 p.m...

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  9. Mets CF Lagares Returns to Lineup Friday

    Friday # Mets vs. # Brewers : Granderson – RF Lagares – CF Duda – 1B Cuddyer – LF Murphy – 3B Flores – SS Monell – C Tejada – 2B Colon ...

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  10. Bartolo Colon: 'At My Age, I Even Surprise Myself'

    New York Mets officials insisted as the winter meetings opened in December 2013 that they were unprepared to offer two years to any free-agent starting pitcher, much less one who already had turned 40 years old...

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  11. Ageless Wonder Colon Still Surprises Himself

    New York Mets officials insisted as the winter meetings opened in December 2013 that they were unprepared to offer two years to any free-agent starting pitcher, much less one who already had turned 40 years old...

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  12. With NL East Lead Shrinking, Cubs Sweep a Reality Check for Mets

    Never mind the National League East; there was a time not too long ago when the New York Mets seemed to be on top of the world. They were 13-3 through 16 games, the last 11 of which were all W's...

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  13. Michael Cuddyer: 'I Haven't Got the Job Done'

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  14. Terry Collins Says Mets Veterans Need to Step Up Now, Halt Losing Streak

    The TV cameras were gone, as was most of the media from the visiting manager's office. But Terry Collins, frustrated by an ugly four-game sweep that exposed the Mets as flawed and fragile right now, was just getting started...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 13 days ago 12 reads 0 comments

  15. Jon Niese Explains How It All Went Wrong in Fateful Fifth Inning

    Jon Niese's luck finally ran out. The Mets lefty had tempted fate for most of the season by putting runners on base, but you wouldn't have known it by the 1.95 ERA he brought into Thursday's start...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 13 days ago 26 reads 0 comments

  16. Time for Mets to Admit Wilmer Flores Experiment Is a Failure

    Block out all of the noise, admittedly no easy task after a four-day trip to the Windy City that could have passed for a nightmarish, Griswold family trek from the “Vacation” movies...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 13 days ago 86 reads 0 comments

  17. Mets Squander 4-Run Lead, Fall to Cubs

    CHICAGO — The wind wasn't even blowing hard Thursday at Wrigley Field, but that didn't stop the Mets from getting swept away...

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  18. Defensive Mistakes Cost Mets Again at Wrigley

    CHICAGO — The defensive mistakes keep adding up for the Mets . Wilmer Flores' throwing error and Anthony Recker's passed ball cost the Mets a four-run lead as they lost to the Cubs , 6-5, at Wrigley Field...

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  19. Mets Expect Juan Lagares to Return Friday

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  20. GM Says Mets Still Not Interested in Tulowitzki

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  21. Mets Expect Juan Lagares to Return Friday

    Reigning Glove Glove center fielder Juan Lagares spends a third straight day on the bench Thursday, but his absence should not last much longer...

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  22. Lineup: Tejada at 3B, Grandy in CF Today vs. Cubs

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  23. Jeurys Familia's Dominance Is MVP of Mets' Breakout Success

    Much has been made about the New York Mets ' excellent starting pitching so far—and rightly so—from rejuvenated ace Matt Harvey, to superb sophomore Jacob deGrom , ...

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  24. 5 Bold Predictions for the Remainder of Mets' Season

    At the middle of May, the New York Mets are currently 20-14 and in first place in the National League East...

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  25. Mets Stay Cautious with Harvey but Lack of Bullpen Depth Is Growing Concern

    Before the game Terry Collins was asked about the exact scenario that unfolded in the late innings Wednesday night. Matt Harvey was about at his pitch limit after seven innings, holding a 1-0 lead with the Mets badly needing a win...

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