1. Takahashi Solid, Homers Propel Mets To Win

    BALTIMORE: It's finally happened. The Mets have won a road series for the first time in 2010. Albeit against the Orioles, the Mets have gotten that story out of the way, helped out by a bounce back from Hisanori Takahashi...

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  2. New York Mets Go for Elusive Road Series Win Against Baltimore Orioles

    BALTIMORE: July 25 and 26, 2009. Seems like random dates from last year's awful season. Those dates are actually of meaning. It was the last time the Mets won consecutive road games...

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  3. Carter's Blast Helps Dickey, Mets To Win Over Orioles

    BALTIMORE-- At 8-18 on the road this season, the Mets needed to inch towards the .500 mark, and they were at the perfect place to do so...

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  4. Interleague Play Kicks Off for New York Mets at 17-43 Baltimore Orioles

    BALTIMORE—This season, the Mets are 24-10 playing at Citi Field. That's pretty "amazin'." The Amazins, though, are only 8-18 on the road. If there was ever a road trip for the Mets to fatten up on, it's this one...

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  5. Mets-Padres: Jon Niese Misses Perfect Game, Delivers One-Hit Shutout in Mets Win

    NEW YORK—The Mets have never had a no-hitter thrown in their 48-year history. Tonight, although the lone baserunner came in the third, it could've happened...

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  6. Mets Muster Two Hits in Flat Opening Game Loss

    NEW YORK—Nothing seems to work for Johan Santana in a Mets uniform. When he doesn't allow a run, the Mets don't score. Today the Mets gave him some early runs, but Santana wasn't on his game...

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  7. Rain Forces Mets-Padres To Play Thursday Doubleheader

    Game One- 1:10pm NEW YORK-- Winning series at home for the Mets is becoming an automatic. The Mets have won seven of their last eight series' at Citi Field and will go for their 10th ...

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  8. Mets Have Gol"ten" Opportunity To Win Series From Padres

    NEW YORK—Winning a series at home for the Mets is becoming an automatic. The Mets have won seven of their last eight series at Citi Field and will go for their 10th consecutive home victory tonight with their ace Johan Santana on the mound...

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  9. Mike Pelfrey Dominant, Ike Davis Wins It for Mets Over Padres

    NEW YORK-- When will the Mets ever lose another home game? It looked like they were on their way to one tonight, but after nine strong innings from Mike Pelfrey, Ike Davis won it in the 11th...

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  10. New York Mets Look for More Home Cooking as They Face San Diego Padres

    NEW YORK: How must teams feel coming to play the Mets at Citi Field? It's become a house of horrors for opposing teams, as only nine games have resulted in a Mets loss in their home...

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  11. Mets Go For Sweep of Marlins With Hisanori Takahashi on the Mound

    NEW YORK—After getting swept by the Marlins in a four-game series in Miami in mid-May, the Mets will have a chance to do the same over three games at Citi Field today...

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  12. Niese, Davis Lead Mets To Win Over Marlins at Citi Field

    NEW YORK: Don't worry about the Mets when they play at Citi Field, that's not their problem. The Mets continued their home dominance on Saturday, beating the Marlins 6-1 to improve to an MLB best 21-9 at home...

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  13. Jon Niese Returns to Mound, As Mets Go for Series Against Marlins

    NEW YORK—For the first time since May 16 when he injured his hamstring in Florida, Jon Niese will take the mound for the Mets, as they go for the series win against the Marlins...

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  14. Florida Marlins-New York Mets: Mets Squeak Past Marlins Behind Dickey, Dessens

    NEW YORK--Coming home, the Mets needed to put together a good home stand, in order to stay afloat with their road woes. It didn't get off to a good start, as the Mets trailed the Marlins 3-0 early in this game, but R...

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  15. New York Mets Look for Revenge Against Florida Marlins, Boasting 19-9 Home Mark

    After a strange geographical road trip to Milwaukee and San Diego, losing four of six, the Mets come home to Citi Field, where they went 19-9 the first two months...

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  16. No Road Series Victory for Mets After Gonzalez Walk-Off Slam

    SAN DIEGO-- The Mets were looking for their first road series victory since July 2009. They had their ace Johan Santana on the mound, and everything was seemingly heading in the right direction...

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  17. Mets Have Road Series Win in Sight With Ace on the Hill

    SAN DIEGO: It may seem hard to believe, but the Mets can actually win a road series tonight against a top NL opponent...

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  18. New York Mets Back Brilliant Mike Pelfrey in Much-Needed Win

    After losing 18-6 on Monday night, the Mets got a much-needed road victory over the San Diego Padres behind the spectacular Mike Pelfrey...

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  19. Mets Have Right Man on Mound for Rebound Against Padres

    After one of their worst losses in recent history, the Mets will hand the ball to their right-handed ace Mike Pelfrey tonight, looking for a rebound against the Padres. Pelfrey has not been Ubaldo Jimenez so far this season, but 7-1, 2...

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  20. New York Mets Lambasted By San Diego Padres, 18-6

    SAN DIEGO-- Was this Mets-Padres or Jets-Chargers? The Mets gave up 18 runs in last night's loss, the most they have allowed in a game since 2004. It may not seem right, but the Mets actually had a 1-0 lead in their 18-6 defeat, but what a disaster...

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  21. Mets Go To San Diego, Facing NL's Best

    After a trip that didn't really go the way the Mets had hoped in Milwaukee, they will now play three at the National League's best team (record-wise), the San Diego Padres...

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  22. Breaking Down the Mets' Crazy June Schedule

    It's been a crazy year for the New York Mets. They will enter the month of June either 27-25 or 26-26, neither bad considering what their expectations were in spring training. It will only get tougher for them and even strange as they play June baseball.

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  23. Mets Lose Slugfest to Brewers Behind Awful Pitching

    MILWAUKEE—The Mets took a huge risk throwing a pitcher whom hadn't thrown more than 2.1 IP in a game this season. It came back to bite them and the way they had to use their bullpen...

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  24. Mets Need to Pick Up Show on the Road, Throw Fernando Nieve at Brewers

    MILWAUKEE: Things aren't working out right now for the Mets away from Citi Field. At 6-15 on the road this season, the Mets will put their series hopes in the hands of reliever Fernando Nieve...

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  25. Close to Another Shut Out, Mets Lose To Brewers in Ninth

    MILWAUKEE-- For a while, it seemed as if the Mets were about to throw their fourth consecutive shutout. It took until two outs in the ninth for the streak to be snapped after 35 2/3 innings...

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