1. Shutouts Keep Coming At Citi Field, But Mets On Losing End This Time

    NEW YORK—The shutouts continued tonight at Citi Field, but this time the Mets were the losers. Facing Phillies ace Roy Halladay, the Mets not only didn't hit, but their fielding was atrocious...

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  2. Mets Hope Shutouts Keep Coming Against Phillies

    Check out Sammy's video preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2egK0V_FMk NEW YORK: The theme for the Mets this season has been, lose heartbreakers or shut opponents out...

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  3. New York Mets Welcome Phillies To Citi Field, Working on Shutout String

    Check out Sammy's video preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9xHB81eJjg&feature=youtube_gdata NEW YORK—The last time the Philadelphia Phillies came to Citi Field, they left without scoring a run...

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  4. Mike Pelfrey Outduels Ubaldo Jimenez, Mets Shut Out Rockies in Opener

    What a relief for Mets fans tonight. After one of Mike Pelfrey's roughest career stretches, he bounced back with a gem to get the Mets off on the right foot...

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  5. Mets Return Home, Face Off Against Baseball's Best Jimenez

    NEW YORK: The Mets return home tonight to Citi Field against the Colorado Rockies to begin a six-game home stand. They will try to rebound from a 2-4 road trip against the two teams in front of them in the NL East...

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  6. The Jets: Five Improvements For a Successful 2010 Season

    The Jets are this year's huge NFL pick. Or at least one of them. Who knows what's happening on the Darrelle Revis front, and the decision on his contract status will play a huge part in the Jets success this season...

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  7. Strengths and weaknesses for every division leader in MLB

    Every team in Major League Baseball has about 50 games to go in the regular season. Most division leaders are involved in tight races that will be decided in late September. All six teams have one thing in common...

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  8. New York Mets Fight Hard, Fall One Short Against Philadelphia Phillies in Loss

    PHILADELPHIA-- The Mets have completed another losing road trip. This one coming against the two teams in front of them in their own division. The Mets had to face Phillies ace Roy Halladay today, but they thought they had a chance to match him with R...

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  9. Mets-Phillies: R.A. Dickey Takes On Ace Roy Halladay in Finale

    PHILADELPHIA: The Mets needed a dominant performance from a starter in order to be sure of a victory, with the way their offense is slumping. They got that from Johan Santana last night...

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  10. By Calling Up Youngsters, Mets Are Planning For 2011

    As much as the Mets don't want to admit it, by calling up two of their top minor league prospects, they are planning for 2011. Perhaps their thinking is that the young players is what energized them early in the season, but it's too late for that now...

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  11. Johan Santana Vintage, Jeff Francoeur Homers In Mets Win Over Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA-- The Mets made some bold moves after last night's loss to the Phillies, calling up some younger players to try to install energy in the team...

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  12. Johan Santana Tries to Play Stopper Against Phillies In Southpaw Battle

    PHILADELPHIA-- The Mets had a grasp on last night's opener against the Phillies, but couldn't secure the final six outs. With that, they fell below the .500 mark for the first time since May 23rd...

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  13. Mets Can't Overcome Six-Run Eighth by Phillies; Fall Below .500

    PHILADELPHIA — The Mets are now a losing ballclub. After Jon Niese pitched another fine game against the Phillies, the Mets bullpen imploded in the eighth inning, and a Mets rally fell short...

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  14. Jon Niese, New York Mets Look To Rebound in Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA—After what the Mets did in their finale against the Braves, you'd think everyone was getting axed. Instead, Mets owner Fred Wilpon came out yesterday and declared GM Omar Minaya's job safe for next season and beyond...

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  15. The Five New York Jets Who Will Have the Biggest Impact This Season

    The New York Jets have began training camp in Cortland and they will play their first exhibition game on August 16 against the New York Giants. They made a lot of additions this off season, bringing in multiple star players...

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  16. New York Mets Commit Four Errors in Ugly Loss To Atlanta Braves

    ATLANTA-- This may mark the end for the 2010 New York Mets. The game that proved they aren't worthy of playing October baseball. With the game they played tonight in Atlanta, the Mets have completed two-thirds of their schedule and they are a ...

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  17. New York Mets Try To Gain One More Game Against Braves in Series Finale

    Finally, last night, the Mets did something positive. They didn't throw the ball around and pitch poorly; they actually played a winning style of baseball. What that did against the first-place Braves was cut the Mets' deficit to 6...

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  18. Sloppy First Inning Costs Mets In Series Opener Against Braves

    ATLANTA—After a mediocre home stand culminating in an embarrassing loss to the Diamondbacks, the Mets knew they had to get off to a good start on the road...

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  19. New York Mets Begin Biggest Road Trip of the Season in Atlanta Tonight

    The Mets finished their six-game homestand against the Diamondbacks yesterday on Mets Hall of Fame Day and got embarrassed. Facing a last-place club, the Mets didn't just lose, they got smoked, 14-1...

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  20. MLB News: Every Contending Team's Chances of Making the Postseason?

    It's now the month of August meaning it's the official start of the baseball pennant race. There are still many teams in contention for a playoff spot, especially in the National League...

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  21. Mets Try to End Home Stand on High Note Before Crucial Road Trip

    NEW YORK: After coming back to beat the Diamondbacks last night, winning their first game against them in five tries, the Mets will hope it leads to a series victory this afternoon...

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  22. MLB Trade Deadline: Mets Don't Make Any Trades, Can They Compete as Is?

    The trading deadline has come and gone, many teams made moves to either help their club or plan for the future, but the Mets though, stood pat. It was a mild surprise, considering GM Omar Minaya said earlier that he wasn't reluctant to make a move...

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  23. Mets Push Past D-Backs to Earn Comeback Victory

    NEW YORK-- For a second straight night, the Mets were burned by a meltdown from a reliever, but this time they won the fight. Starting on the mound, and delivering for the Mets, was Hisanori Takahashi...

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  24. New York Mets Hand Ball to Hisanori Takahashi In Series With D-Backs

    NEW YORK-- In order for the Mets to compete into August and September, they'll have to start doing two things. Win games on the road and beat up on bad teams...

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  25. Raul Valdes Implodes, New York Mets Lose Despite David Wright's Heroics

    The Mets were looking to get revenge against the Arizona Diamondbacks after being swept by them in Arizona on the last road trip, but it didn't start out well...

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