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Schwei's Mets Notes: Up And Down And Playing Out The String

By John Schweibacher
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The Mets bounced back from a three-game blowout in Chicago by winning a series in Atlanta, but on Monday night in Miami they took yet another beating. 727 more words


Stanton hits 55th homer to help Marlins beat Mets 13-1

MIAMI (AP) — Maybe it was the breather Giancarlo Stanton requested and received, or the move one spot down in the batting order that rejuvenated his home run swing. 635 more words


Rick Ownbey - His New York Mets Career 1982,1983

Right-handed pitcher Rick Ownbey made his Major League debut with the Mets on August 17, 1982 against the Cincinnati Reds.  As the starting pitcher, he allowed 5 runs over 5 innings and was the losing pitcher.  172 more words

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Harvey Surrenders 7 Runs As Marlins Topple Hapless Mets

MIAMI (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton hit his 55th homer — and his first in nine days — while driving in four runs to help the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 13-1 Monday night. 392 more words


Top 5 All-Time Posts on MetsPlus

MetsPlus.com will officially be leaving MLB.com, in two days. And before that happens, I wanted to share with you my Top 5 all-time posts on MetsPlus.com, since we joined MLB.com in April of 2014. 456 more words

Syndergaard Pitches Simulated Game, Could Return This Weekend

MIAMI (CBSNewYork)Noah Syndergaard took another step Monday toward returning to the mound this season, although that still isn’t a given.

The right-hander pitched to live batters in a simulated game before… 223 more words


Palladino: Harvey As Closer? It’s Not An Outrageous Idea

By Ernie Palladino
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It became obvious a long time ago that Happy Harvey Days are a thing of the past. 719 more words