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Mets Bullpen Blows Another One for Harvey

Published on: 29th June, 2013

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NEW YORK — Ian Desmond doubled home the go-ahead run in the ninth inning and the Washington Nationals rallied late after a dominant Matt Harvey departed, overtaking the New York Mets 6-4 Friday night. Harvey struck out 11 and left with a 4-1 lead after seven innings. It was the latest gem for a pitcher […]

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Mets Drop Another One to Phillies

Published on: 27th April, 2013

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New York — It seemed like a perfect day for the Mets fans and their favorite team, today. The sky was blue, nary a cloud. The shiny, clean stadium looked ready to hold a big, enthusiastic crowd. You just had the sense it was going to be a great day for the home team, a […]

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Baseball Community Chipping In For Mets’ PR Veteran

Published on: 19th October, 2012

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Baseball Community Chipping In For Mets' PR Veteran  | read this item

New York — One of the more beloved folks in the business of sports, someone who has made her career of helping others to do their jobs better, now needs our help. Shannon Forde, the public relations manager for the New York Mets who has been a rock-solid figure in the New York sports market for […]

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Despite Dismal End To Season, Mets Future Remains Bright….If

Published on: 13th September, 2012

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Despite Dismal End To Season, Mets Future Remains Bright….If   | read this item

New York – No matter how this Mets season ends, it’s already become a grave disappointment to their faithful fans because of how the 2012 campaign started out. And for that, the Mets have only to turn to their shocking first half of the season, when they were squarely in the race for both the […]

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Mets Lose 13-0 As Collins Remains Upbeat

Published on: 8th August, 2012

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Mets Lose 13-0 As Collins Remains Upbeat

New York Mets' Ike Davis sits in the dugout during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Washington Nationals, Wednesday, July 25, 2012, at Citi Field in New York. The Nationals beat the Mets 5-2 to sweep the series. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig).  | read this item

NEW YORK — Tonight’s game between the New York Mets and the Miami Marlins was either a harbinger of what is to come over the last 51 games of this season or, just an aberration. Frustration Is Starting To Show On Mets Bench The Mets have to hope the 13-0 thrashing they took from the […]

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Mets Are On Precipice of Season’s Extinction

Published on: 19th July, 2012

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Mets Are On Precipice of Season's Extinction

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New York — I’ll admit it. I have been a New York Mets apologist and their biggest cheerleader this season. No, it’s not because I’m a lifelong fan of this franchise and their ownership. But, there’s just been something about this roster, this manager, and it’s key players that, for me, shout out themes of […]

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Mets Starting To Look For Real

Published on: 3rd July, 2012

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New York – Make no mistake about it. The New York Mets are getting very close to being taken seriously as a threat to win the National League East championship. Tonight, this young, frisky team continued to astound the baseball world, if not their own locker room and coaching staff, by dismantling the once-powerful Philadelphia […]

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Bay Slams Head Into Left Field Wall As Mets Lose Series Opener To Reds

Published on: 16th June, 2012

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Bay Slams Head Into Left Field Wall As Mets Lose Series Opener To Reds  | read this item

New York — Jason Bay can’t seem to ever catch a break during his Mets career. Overriding the Mets 7-3 loss tonight to the Cincinnati Reds, Bay looked to have incurred the second concussion of his Mets career while going after a fly ball hit to the left field wall by Jay Bruce in the […]

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Mandel’s Musings – Scott’s Take On The National Sportscape

Published on: 7th December, 2011

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Mandel's Musings - Scott's Take On The National Sportscape

New York Mets Jose Reyes watches from the dugout rail against the Boston Red Sox before a baseball game in Boston, Friday May 22, 2009. Reyes is listed as day to day with tendinitis behind his right calf. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) Original Filename: Mets_Red_Sox_Baseball_MACK105.jpg  | read this item

New York — Good luck to the newly-named Miami Marlins and their new shortstop, Jose Reyes. They are opening a new stadium down there in Florida and are pulling out all the stops in creating a groundswell of interest among a fan base that is apathetic, at best. If they believe Reyes is the type […]

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Streaking Mets Beat Marlins Behind 40-Year Old Batista

Published on: 1st September, 2011

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Streaking Mets Beat Marlins Behind 40-Year Old Batista

Former Seattle Mariners reliever Miguel Batista has been signed to a minor-league contract with the Washington Nationals.  | read this item

NEW YORK — Miguel Batista pitched six serviceable innings to earn his 100th win, David Wright hit a two-run single in a four-run third against the bumbling Marlins and the New York Mets hung on to beat Florida 7-5 Thursday night. Making his first start since April 22 for St. Louis, the 40-year-old Batista scattered […]

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