1. Wimbledon 2011: Caroline Wozniacki, Maria Sharapova and the Form of the Elite 16

    Wimbledon gets underway today with the greatest players on the Tour battling it out for grass-court supremacy on the lush lawns of the All England Club. Caroline Wozniacki enters SW19 as the No...

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  2. New York Mets: Why the Next 6 Weeks Are More Important Than Any Other This Year

    Things are going about as well as could be expected right now for the New York Mets . Considering most fans discounted them before the season even began, the club has done pretty well in spite of the injuries that have hit the team...

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  3. New York Mets: With David Wright on the DL, Who Is the Leader of This Club?

    With All-Star third baseman David Wright on the 15-day DL with a back injury that could linger for much longer than the two-week prognosis, one of the biggest questions facing ...

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  4. Ike Davis' Return Delayed, Angel Pagan to Miss New York Mets' Series vs. Yankees

    New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis may not return from the DL as soon as he is eligible next week, manager Terry Collins said Wednesday...

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  5. What's Next for Jason Bay? Maybe Batting 2nd Behind Jose Reyes for New York Mets

    Jason Bay has cooled off considerably after starting the season batting 9-for-23 with hits in his first six games for the New York Mets . The left fielder was batting ...

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  6. New York Mets' David Wright Likely Heading to the DL with Back Injury

    New York Mets third baseman David Wright may be placed on the 15-day disabled list this week after an MRI diagnosed a stress fracture in his back...

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  7. New York Mets Staying Afloat in Spite of Jason Bay's Lack of Offense

    I read an interesting statistic earlier: The New York Mets are 11-5 in the 16 games that Jason Bay has played this season, but 5-15 in the 20 contests he has missed...

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  8. Jason Isringhausen Offers New York Mets, Bullpen Eighth-Inning Relief

    Jason Isringhausen has offered much needed and somewhat unexpected relief to a bullpen that has been forced to log a lot of innings over the first month of the season...

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  9. Reviewing Brad Holt, Matt Harvey and Other New York Mets Prospects' First Week

    The New York Mets do not have the best farm system in the world. It's not the best in the National League, or even the best in the NL East, but there is talent there if you dig deep enough...

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  10. B/R Interview: Ozzie Smith, Rollie Fingers, Mike Schmidt Launch New Pepsi Max Ad

    Do you remember the famous line from the 1989 film Field of Dreams: "Build it and he will come"? Well, Pepsi Max took this sentiment to heart when they turned an old warehouse ...

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  11. Jonathon Niese Neutralizes Running Games and New York Mets Need Every Advantage

    Jonathon Niese might not be your stereotypical No. 2 starter, but the New York Mets will look to him to even the opening series of the season against the Florida Marlins on Saturday night...

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  12. New York Mets Opening Day: 2011 Is About Hope, Pride and a New Identity

    It's been 179 days since the Mets slumped off the field on a chilly New York afternoon in Flushing; 179 days since Oliver Perez walked in the eventual winning run in the 14th ...

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  13. MLB Opening Day 2011: 20 Memories, Stats and Facts from Baseball's First Day

    A dozen aces from 12 different teams will walk out to the mound today as Major League Baseball gets underway in six different cities across America...

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  14. Mike Pelfrey No.1: Power Ranking All New York Mets Opening Day Starting Pitchers

    Mike Pelfrey will become the 21st different Opening Day starter for the New York Mets when he takes the mound against the Florida Marlins on April 1. While he's not the true ace of the team, he'll have to assume the lead role in Johan Santana's absence..

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  15. Carlos Beltran Optimistic, but It Doesn't Hurt the New York Mets If He Can't Go

    Carlos Beltran took part in a simulated game on a back field in Port St Lucie, Florida on Thursday...

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  16. New York Mets' Daniel Murphy Deserves Better: Which Teams Could Use Him?

    The New York Mets are in a strange predicament with Daniel Murphy . They like him, but they have nowhere to put him. Murphy was drafted by the Mets and is considered a well-respected, softly-spoken homegrown player...

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  17. New York Mets Have Your Number: 10 Batters and Pitchers the Amazin's Own

    The New York Mets are half way through spring training down in Port St Lucie, Fla., and Opening Day is just 17 days away...

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  18. New York Mets Spring Training: Position Battle Previews and Roster Predictions

    The New York Mets are 10 days into spring training, so now's a good time to take a look at position battles and roster predictions...

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  19. New York Mets: Clutch Is in the Eye of the Beer-Holder and Fans Demand Better

    Define "clutch" in the terms of a baseball game. Is it a two-out RBI single? An extra-innings pinch hit? Stealing second when the whole stadium knows you’re running? Starting ...

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  20. If Charlie Sheen Played Baseball: The Media Circus of Rick Vaughn in the Majors

    Charlie Sheen is a stumbling, bumbling one-man media circus with enough off-the-wall soundbites and gloriously insane one-liners to bring even the most poetic of alcoholics to their knees...

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  21. The Greatest Baseball Team Ever: How Does the Best New York Mets Lineup Compare?

    If you had the greatest baseball players ever at your disposal, imagine the possibilities. You could have an outfield of Barry Bonds, Ted Williams and Babe Ruth. Micky Mantle could be your DH...

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  22. Bryce Harper Makes Much-Anticipated Debut for Washington Nationals

    No. 1 overall pick Bryce Harper made his professional debut for the Washington Nationals on Monday against the New York Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla...

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  23. D.J. Carrasco Shaky in Spring Debut for New York Mets

    D.J. Carrasco’s bid to lock up a spot in the middle of the bullpen took a small hit in his first action of the spring on Monday...

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  24. New York Mets 2011 Preview: Handicapping a No-No and 19 Other Single-Game Feats

    Will the New York Mets toss a no-hitter in 2011? No? How about slugging a walk-off grand slam, a steal of home, a triple play or back-to-back-to-back homers? Spring training games ...

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  25. New York Mets Spring Training: Weekend Recap, Pitcher Updates and Lineup Battles

    The New York Mets got their Spring Training schedule under way this weekend with an intra-squad game Friday, a home-and-home series with Atlanta and a split squad game with the University of Michigan Wolverines...

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