1. New York Mets Stomp Philadelphia Phillies 9-1

    Just about everything went right for the Mets last night as their offense carried them for nine runs and starter Jon Niese was brilliant during a seven inning performance that kept the Mets atop first place...

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  2. Beltran Hopes to Begin Rehab a Week from Now

    According to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated, Mets center fielder Carlos Beltran hopes to start running in a week. If this is true, that would mean the Mets are anywhere from five to seven weeks away from their center fielder returning...

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  3. What to Do with Daniel Murphy When He Returns

    Daniel Murphy has been out for the entire season so far with a sprained right knee, but he is getting closer to returning to Flushing as he is currently down in Port St. Lucie hitting in the batting cages, according to Andy Martino of the NY Daily News ..

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  4. Jon Niese Is Key to This Phillies Series

    A week-and-a-half ago, nobody thought that the Mets would be the team in first place when they went up against the Phillies this weekend, but it’s true...

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  5. New York Mets Stats: The Top of the Order Since Jose Reyes Moved To Three Hole

    Mets manager Jerry Manuel moved Jose Reyes from his typical leadoff spot into the no. 3 hole in the lineup six games ago, and since then the Mets have not lost a game going a perfect 6-0...

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  6. R.A. Dickey Tosses a One-Hitter for New York Mets Triple-A Affiliate Buffalo

    R.A. Dickey pitched a one-hit shutout for the Mets’ Triple-A affiliate in Buffalo. He gave up a hit to the first batter and then retired the next 27 in a row...

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  7. John Maine is Not Out of the Woods Yet

    John Maine was supposed to be a big part of the Mets rotation this season. General manager Omar Minaya said as much this offseason as he skipped out on signing any free agent starters and elected to stand pat with what he had...

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  8. New York Mets Stats: Ike Davis Has Turned this Club Around

    It is no coincidence that the Mets have turned their season around with the arrival of first baseman Ike Davis ...

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  9. Carlos Beltran: Will the Mets Ever See Him Return?

    It hate to say this, but it might be time to consider that Mets center fielder Carlos Beltran might not come back at all or at the very least, he might not come back soon enough to contribute...

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  10. The Story of New York Mets Fan: Cow-Bell Man

    Eddie Boison, more commonly known as cow-bell man, was a fixture at Shea Stadium, and now is just as prominent at Citi Field, as Boison has been a die hard Met fan all his life...

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  11. Oliver Perez Keeps His Spot in the New York Mets' Rotation

    Coming into this season, Oliver Perez was one of the bigger question marks for the Mets' rotation, and after four starts he’s more of a question mark than ever...

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  12. Mets-Dodgers: Mets Beat Dodgers 7-3, Finish Homestand 9-1

    The Mets continued their hot streak with a 7-3 win against the Dodgers today behind some early offense and a strong pitching performance by John Maine...

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  13. Ten Reasons the New York Mets Are in First Place

    Brian Costa of the Newark Star-Ledger put together a list of 10 reasons why the Mets are in first place. I thought I’d take a look at them and discuss them a little bit...

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  14. 1st Place Mets Sweep Doubleheader

    Thanks to a rain-out on Monday the Mets played the Dodgers twice yesterday. The Mets won the first game 4-0 behind a strong pitching performance by Johan Santana...

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  15. Rain Delay Lines New York Mets' Johan Santana Up to Start in Philly

    Earlier in the day, I wrote about how the rainout could cause the Mets to burn through an already taxed bullpen, but I left out some good news. The rain delay has caused a change to the starting rotation...

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  16. Mets Minor Leaguer Angel Calero Tests Positive for PEDs

    According to Mike Puma of the NY Post, Mets Minor League left-handed pitcher Angel Calero has been suspended for 50 games after testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. Calero, 23, has started the season in Single-A St...

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  17. Yesterday's Rain Out and Its Implications on the Mets' Taxed Pitching Staff

    So far this season the Mets are getting fewer innings from their starters, 105, than all but four teams in the game; only two teams have thrown more innings than their bullpen, 71...

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  18. Bobby Bonilla Finally Gets Paid - Mets Owe Slugger $30 Million

    The Mets went into this offseason with a list of issues that they needed to address. However, they came out of the winter with only outfielder Jason Bay and a bunch of spare parts...

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  19. Mets-Braves: Mike Pelfrey and Rain Help New York Sweep Atlanta

    Things are going really well for the Mets right now—so well that they just swept the Braves after beating them 1-0 in the final game, thanks to some rain and another strong performance by the emerging Mike Pelfrey...

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  20. A Look at the Mets, BABIP, and LD Percentage

    Through the first 18 games, the Mets are at .500, and it is like the season is starting fresh. They still don’t have Carlos Beltran, but they do have Ike Davis and a healthy Jose ...

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  21. R.A. Dickey Might Not be a Bad Idea for New York Mets

    Despite the fact that that starting pitcher John Maine said he’s healthy enough to go during his next scheduled start on Tuesday, it might be a good idea for the Mets to call up R...

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  22. John Maine Might Miss a Start for New York Mets, But No DL Expected

    John Maine left suddenly in the middle of his start last night due to muscle spasms, pain, and limited mobility in his non-pitching arm...

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  23. Mets Beat Braves 3-1, Have Won 5 of 6

    What did I tell you? A week ago the Mets looked awful as they dropped their fourth consecutive series to start the season to open the season. Well, after winning two consecutive series and five of their last six games, things are looking good in Flushing.

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  24. Ike Davis, New York Mets Beat Jason Heyward, Atlanta Braves 5-2

    In an exciting game that came down to the final at bat, the Mets beat the Braves behind Ike Davis‘ first career home run and a brilliant relief appearance from Hisanori Takahashi, who went three innings and struck out seven to get the win...

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  25. Reyes Will Bat Third This Weekend

    This spring Mets manager Jerry Manuel spoke of his plan to bat shortstop Jose Reyes third in the order. Since then we have not seen the speedy leadoff hitter anywhere but atop the lineup...

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