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Collins Says 2nd-Place Mets Not About To Push Panic Button

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Bartolo Colon is finally missing a few spots — and beginning to act his age.

Matt Adams hit a long three-run homer, Jason Heyward also connected and the St. 889 more words


Early Surprise Teams of the MLB Season

First off, I need to issue an apology. After starting the series on the playoffs, I encountered technical difficulties and I wasn’t able to finish it, much to my disappointment. 962 more words

Major Leagues

Marlins Hire Dan Jennings As New GM

After being nearly no-hit by the Atlanta Braves pitcher Shelby Miller, the Marlins organization has decided to part ways with general manager Mark Redmond, replacing him with well respected scout and executive Dan Jennings. 232 more words


Henderson Alvarez returning from DL, will start Sunday vs. Braves

MIAMI – Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez will be activated from the disabled list and start Sunday’s series finale against the Braves.

The Marlins announced the news before Saturday’s game. 121 more words


The Mets get a break against the NL East, but do they need one?

The Mets head to Chicago to take on the Cubs in historic Wrigley Field for a 4-game set starting tomorrow evening. This coming off of a stretch where the Mets opened the season playing NL East opponents in 26 of their first 31 ballgames, going 17-9. 161 more words


Tejada and Lagares back up Niese in Mets victory over Phillies

The Mets (19-11), led by Niese (3-2), got a much needed bounce back win against the Phillies (11-20) after Hamels ruined Harvey Day last night. Lagares and Tejada provided Niese with all of the offense and defense he would need tonight and Carlyle and Familia (12 saves) closed the door on any hopes that the Phillies had of making a comeback. 41 more words


Hamels & Howard ruin Harvey Day

The Phillies (11-19) led by Cole Hamels out dueled Matt Harvey and the Mets (18-11) by a score of 3-1. This game was a hard one to watch. 372 more words