1. Cespedes' Solo Homer

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  2. 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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  3. Mets Manager Terry Collins to Matt Harvey: Let Your Arm Do the Talking

    MIAMI -- Amid an uproar over whether Matt Harvey will shut himself down at 180 innings, New York Mets manager Terry Collins said he would deliver a simple message to the ace in a private meeting: Let your arm do the talking...

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  4. New York Mets RHP Matt Harvey: Hero Turned Villain

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  5. Zimmerman Scratched vs. Braves

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  6. David Wright Getting Today off vs. Marlins

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  7. Mets Fans Won't Forget: Matt Harvey's a Hypocrite

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  8. Harper's Torrid Tear Continues in Rout over Braves

    There are the nights when Bryce Harper gets nothing to hit, takes his walks and leaves everything up to his teammates...

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  9. Mets Shut out Marlins, End 4-Game Winning Streak

    The Marlins dug themselves into an early hole, and it was all done by hand — Brad Hand. The Mets lit up Hand for seven runs in the first two innings, with six coming on three homers, before coasting to a 7-0 victory Saturday at Marlins Park...

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  10. Nationals' Gio Gonzalez Fires Six Scoreless Innings in Win over Braves

    After a string of poor performances, Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez got back on the right track with an excellent outing on Saturday. Gonzalez blanked the Braves over six solid innings...

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  11. Asher Can't Get out of 4th in Phillies' 9-2 Loss to Red Sox

    Philadelphia Phillies ' rookie right-hander Alec Asher may have been too caught up in the excitement of pitching in Fenway Park...

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  12. Harper's 33rd Homer

    Bryce Harper launches his 33rd homer, a two-run shot to left-center, that puts the Nationals ahead by four runs in the 3rd inning....

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  13. D'Arnaud's Three-Run Home Run

    Travis d'Arnaud crushes a three-run homer to center field to open the scoring in the top of the 1st inning.....

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  14. Flores' Solo Homer

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  15. Matt Harvey Appears Ready to Turn His Back on Mets When They Need Him Most

    This will not be easily forgotten. The New York Mets have trudged along, disappointing their fanbase for the last eight seasons, but 2015 changed that...

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  16. Lineup: Taylor (Knee) Sits Saturday After Heroics

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  17. Lineup: Cuddyer (Wrist) Missing 2nd Straight Game

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  18. Cold Hard Fact for Saturday, September 5, 2015

    Fact: On Friday night, Bryce Harper hit the longest home run of his career (453 feet). Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light...

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  19. Phillies' Franco to Be Re-Evaluated Tuesday

    Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco experienced renewed discomfort in his left wrist while taking swings earlier this week, casting further doubt on his chances of taking the field again this season...

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  20. New York Mets Morning Briefing: Division Lead Down to Five Games

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  21. Mets Rally in 9th, Fall Short in Extras

    MIAMI — Much of the talk about the Mets on Friday focused on Matt Harvey and the percolating innings-limit flap between his agent and the team. By the end of the day, though, there was plenty more to digest, too...

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  22. Nola's Curveball, While Mistaken for a Slider, Is a Weapon

    In the last 15 months, countless hitters at four levels of pro baseball have found themselves quickly behind in counts because of Aaron Nola's pinpoint fastball command.....

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  23. Braves Walk off with 10th Loss in a Row

    AJC beat writer David O'Brien reports from Washington where the Braves are in the midst of a losing streak like we haven't seen in more than 25 years...

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  24. Nationals Beat Braves in 10 on Walkoff Homer

    WASHINGTON -- Pinch-hitter Michael Taylor's three-run homer in the 10th lifted the Nationals to a 5-2 comeback victory over the Braves on Friday night...

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  25. Marlins Top Mets in 11 on 5th Martin Prado Hit

    MIAMI -- The Marlins are aiming to salvage a disappointing season by playing the role of spoiler. They did just that on Friday night when Martin Prado capped a career-high five-hit ...

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