1. Stanton's Record Homer Not Enough as Marlins Fall

    It is known as the ol' silent treatment. It is one of those quirky baseball traditions generally reserved for a player hitting his first home run in the major leagues...

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  2. Mets Too Much for Marlins, Stanton

    NEW YORK — Just a year ago, Lucas Duda was, to some, not even the best first baseman on the Mets roster. Now, he may be their best hitter...

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  3. Clutch Hitting Propels Mets to 5th Straight Win

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  4. Duda's 3 Hits Lead Mets over Marlins

    NEW YORK -- Lucas Duda got three more hits and the New York Mets overcame Giancarlo Stanton's blast and Ichiro Suzuki's ballet to beat the Miami Marlins 7-5 Thursday night for their fifth straight win...

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  5. Washington Nationals Beat Philadelphia Phillies, 5-2

    At no point in the season beyond Opening Day was it expected the Nationals would have the same record as the Philadelphia Phillies . The Phillies' remaining stars have aged...

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  6. Ryan Howard Hits Seventh in Phillies Loss

    The Phillies lost a game to the Nationals tonight in which first baseman Ryan Howard batted between the sixth and eighth hitters in the lineup. .....

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  7. Instant Replay: Nationals 5, Phillies 2

    WASHINGTON — The long ball continued to plague Cole Hamels, as a pair of solo shots spelled trouble for the Phillies ' ace in Thursday night's 5-2 defeat to the Washington Nationals ...

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  8. Doug Fister Wasn't Particularly Sharp, but the Nationals Won

    Doug Fister walked four batters for the first time in a Washington Nationals uniform, but he was good enough to beat the Philadelphia Phillies and Cole Hamels as the Nats' bats ...

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  9. Cole Hamels Struggles as Phillies Lose to Nationals, 5-2

    WASHINGTON - The first pitch Cole Hamels delivered at Nationals Park on Thursday night ended up as a souvenir...

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  10. Fister Solid into 7th, Nationals Defeat Phillies 5-2

    WASHINGTON -- Doug Fister pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Yunel Escobar and Michael A. Taylor each hit a homer, and the Washington Nationals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 on Thursday night...

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  11. Wright: 'I'm Bored out of My Mind'

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  12. Watch: Stanton Becomes Marlins' All-Time HR Leader

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  13. Stanton Becomes Marlins' HR Leader

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  14. Nats P Stammen (Torn Flexor) to Undergo Surgery

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  15. Nats P Stammen (Torn Flexor) to Undergo Surgery

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  16. Yelich (Back) Returns to Lineup

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  17. Ryan Howard Is Batting Seventh Tonight

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  18. Longtime Broadcaster Sutton to Be Inducted into Braves Hall of Fame

    The Atlanta Braves announced on Thursday that long-time broadcaster Don Sutton will be inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame on July 20...

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  19. Braves Outfielder Maybin Showing Power

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  20. Is Lucas Duda Improving Against Left-Handed Pitchers?

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  21. J.P. Crawford Progressing Back from Injury

    If everything goes well, top-prospect J.P. Crawford will be back on the field around the first week of May.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 9 days ago 3 reads 0 comments

  22. Phillies Follow Papelbon's Team Meeting with Another Loss

    About two hours before the Phillies took the field and were beaten by the New York Mets on Wednesday night, Jonathan Papelbon quietly asked a couple of reporters to leave the clubhouse because he wanted to say something to his teammates...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 9 days ago 14 reads 0 comments

  23. Nats Reliever Rafael Martin's Big League Debut Was Historically Great

    Nationals reliever Rafael Martin had no words to describe his major league debut in Wednesday's 10-5 win at Boston and Red Sox hitters had no answers for the 30-year-old former construction worker's stuff...

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  24. Stock Up, Stock Down for Mets Top 10 Prospects for Week 2

    The New York Mets are off to a 6-3 start this season and are currently tied for the NL East lead. After struggling a bit against the Atlanta Braves , they played very well against the Philadelphia Phillies ...

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  25. Biggest Takeaways for New York Mets Following Home Opener Series

    If you want takeaways from the New York Mets ' season so far, Tuesday’s victory over the Philadelphia Phillies had a little bit of everything for you...

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