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Mets Fall to 8-10 But Collins Not Pushing Panic Button —Yet

Published on: 22nd April, 2017

Mets Fall to 8-10 But Collins Not Pushing Panic Button ---Yet  | read this item

Citi Field — This was going to be the first important series of this very young season for the New York Mets. Not because it carried any direct pennant race implications here in April but because it was against the Washington Nationals. You remember the Nats? Last season’s National League East champions, finishing ahead of […]

Mets’ Harvey Out for Season with Ligament Tear in Elbow; Tommy John Surgery Looms

Published on: 26th August, 2013

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Mets' Harvey Out for Season with Ligament Tear in Elbow; Tommy John Surgery Looms  | read this item

New York — In a shocking development for the Mets and their fans, ace righthander, Matt Harvey was diagnosed this morning with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, the team announced Monday. He is out for the season and a decision will soon be made if he will require Tommy John […]

Mets, Behind Matt Harvey, Shut Out Phillies at Citi Field

Published on: 21st July, 2013

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Dominic Brown watches Juan Legares' home run clear the wall  | read this item

New York — It’s on days like these, a high 80s, summery afternoon in the middle of July and the middle of a baseball season when the Mets and their fans can daydream about what their future can someday hold. Days when the Mets can look like world-beaters for one simple reason – major league […]

Phillies Pour It On Mets At Citi Field

Published on: 20th July, 2013

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Utley congratulates Young after home run against Mets  | read this item

NEW YORK — After all the good feelings around Mets Land, driven by their 17-11 record over their past 28 games and the wonderfully well-received All-Star game production at Citi Field, the atmosphere around the team and the stadium in Queens has developed a more positive feel, lately. Until tonight. Division-rival Philadelphia, sitting in second […]

Mets Bullpen Blows Another One for Harvey

Published on: 29th June, 2013

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Mets Bullpen Blows Another One for Harvey  | read this item

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 […]

Mets Demote Ike Davis to Minors

Published on: 9th June, 2013

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Mets Demote Ike Davis to Minors  | read this item

NEW YORK — The Mets demoted Ike Davis, Mike Baxter and Robert Carson to Triple-A Triple-A Las Vegas after Sunday’s loss to the Marlins. Sandy Alderson said the issue is with players not the staff, so no changes are expected with the latter. The Mets will promote three players from Las Vegas on Monday, a […]

Mets Follow Formula of Power and Pitching In Matchup Of Young Aces

Published on: 19th April, 2013

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Harvey Raised His Record to 4-0  | read this item

New York – This was pretty much the way Terry Collins visualized the Mets being successful this season. They would pummel opposing pitchers with their power, make all the defensive plays, and pitch the hell out of the ball with their young, live arms. Of course, Collins woke up from that dream while the Mets […]

First-Place Mets Beat Padres Behind Harvey’s 10Ks

Published on: 3rd April, 2013

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First-Place Mets Beat Padres Behind Harvey's 10Ks  | read this item

New York – The New York Mets have been picked by most pundits to finish at or near the bottom of their division, this season. However, the old adage, “you are only as good as your last well-pitched game,” can certainly be applied to Terry Collins’ team almost every time Matt Harvey or Jon Niese […]

Mets Lose Fifth In Row As Season Begins To Slip Away

Published on: 24th July, 2012

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Mets Lose Fifth In Row As Season Begins To Slip Away  | read this item

New York – It can now be safely said the Mets ship be sinking. After tonight’s 5-2 loss to the Washington Nationals slipped them further into playoff oblivion, it appears we are seeing a replay of last season, when all that was left for the team by the end of July were meaningless games to […]

Mets Fall Under .500 For First Time In Loss To Dodgers

Published on: 22nd July, 2012

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Mets Fall Under .500 For First Time In Loss To Dodgers  | read this item

New York – The Mets lost today to the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of 8-3. In doing so, not only did Los Angeles sweep the three game series but the Mets have now lost nine of 10 to fall under .500 (47-48) for the first time this season. If you knew what most […]

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