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5/22/18 Game Preview: Miami Marlins at New York Mets

The New York Mets (24-19) stretched their winning streak to four last night with a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins (17-30). Jason Vargas delivered his finest performance as a Met, tossing five shutout innings to earn his first win of the year, and the bullpen made the two runs of offense they got stand up. 367 more words

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New York Mets Finally Win Consecutive Games Thanks To Wilmer Flores' Latest Walkoff

The New York Mets hadn’t won consecutive games in over a month entering tonight’s contest against the Arizona Diamondbacks. It looked like that streak would continue again tonight, when Arizona carried a 4-2 lead into the eighth inning for top reliever Archie Bradley. 648 more words

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5/15/18 Game Preview: Toronto Blue Jays at New York Mets

It turns out that the New York Mets’ road trip to Cincinnati and Philadelphia wasn’t what the doctor ordered. The Mets (19-18) went 2-3 on the rain shortened trip, dropping to a game above .500 and staring at a brutal stretch of the schedule. 776 more words

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Mets infielder calmly reciprocates Jake Arrieta's spirited butt-smack

Baseball is like this sometimes:

Can't stop watching this.

A post shared by Ted Berg (@ogtedberg) on May 12, 2018 at 5:35pm PDT

Phillies pitcher Jake Arrieta walked to lead off the fifth inning of his start against the Mets on Friday night.

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Happy Mesoraco Day

Think of what it must be like to be Devin Mesoraco this season. He had played in 20 games this season and his team had lost every single game. 589 more words

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Make no mistake: that was a must-win game for the Mets

by Paul West

You can’t win a division in April, but you can lose one in April.

This is a classic baseball aphorism; of course, it’s also nonsense. 418 more words

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Five Players Who Need To Step Up For New York Mets To Improve

The New York Mets have been playing lousy baseball for a while, a fact that isn’t lost on anyone following the team. An 11-1 start has turned into an 18-17 nightmare, with first place gone and the Mets in crisis mode while the team in the Bronx simply can’t lose. 746 more words

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