Early Onslaught of Runs Sinks Mets

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Braves 9, Mets 6   NEW YORK, Aug 5 — Riding an early onslaught of runs, the Atlanta Braves outlasted the New York Mets 9–6 on Friday night at Citi Field. The two division rivals have split the first two games of this pivotal five-game weekend series. With this loss, the Mets lead over the […] READ MORE


Scherzer Starred as Mets Sweep Yankees

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Mets 3, Yankees 2   NEW YORK, Jul 27 — Max Scherzer gave the Mets a present on his birthday. Scherzer starred in this one as the New York Mets defeated the New York Yankees 3–2 on Wednesday. The win completed a two-game sweep by the Mets in the Citi Field portion of the 2022 […] READ MORE


Bassitt Pitches Well in Mets Loss

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Padres 2, Mets 1   NEW YORK, Jul 23 — Chris Bassitt pitched well, but the New York Mets fell to the San Diego Padres by a final score 2–1 at Citi Field on Saturday. Bassitt tied a career-high with 11 strikeouts in seven innings. Unfortunately, Manny Machado’s two-run home run blemished Bassitt’s stat line […] READ MORE


Hernandez’ Number 17 Retired as Mets Win

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Mets 5, Marlins 4   NEW YORK, Jul 9 — Saturday afternoon started and ended with cheers for 43,336 fans at Citi Field. The New York Mets retired Keith Hernandez’ number 17 in a pregame ceremony that included his family and former teammates. Nearly four hours later, the Mets completed the celebration with a stunning […] READ MORE


Suddenly Hot Escobar and Mets Win

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Mets 4, Rangers 1   NEW YORK, Jul 3 — The New York Mets defeated the Texas Rangers 4–1 at Citi Field on Sunday, powered by Eduardo Escobar. The suddenly hot Escobar hit his third home run in three days. Recovering from two rough outings, starter Carlos Carrasco raised his record to 9–4. The Mets […] READ MORE


Young Mets Making the Most of Opportunities

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Like an understudy on Broadway, making the most of an opportunity is crucial for a player unproven on the big stage. Injuries have thrusted David Peterson, Tomas Nido, and others into bigger roles for the New York Mets. Despite these circumstances, the Mets remain in first place with timely contributions from the young Mets. Opportunity […] READ MORE


Quiet Before the Thunder for Mets and Phillies

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The rain quieted the usual pregame activity at Citi Field on May 28th, but didn’t silence it between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies. The hive of activity at the batting cage was stilled by the covered tarp and indoor batting practice. However, between periods of rain, the training staff lead some of the […] READ MORE


The Mets’ Offense Blasts Phillies at Citi Field

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Mets 8, Phillies 2   NEW YORK, May 28 — The New York Mets blasted the Philadelphia Phillies by a final score of 8–2 on Fireworks Night at Citi Field on Saturday. Fireworks lit up the Citi Field sky after the game while the  Mets’ offense lit it up during the game. Their offense displayed […] READ MORE


Mets Top Mariners on Mazeika’s Heroics

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Mets 5, Mariners 4   NEW YORK, May 14 — Patrick Mazeika channeled his inner Willie Mays and the New York Mets topped the Seattle Mariners 5–4 at Citi Field on Saturday evening. Fifty years to the day after Mays homered for a key Mets win, so did Mazeika. The catcher’s tie-breaking seventh inning blast on […] READ MORE


Cano Designated for Assignment by Mets

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The New York Mets designated Robinson Cano for assignment this morning. In the end, it came down to numbers. First, mandatory roster cuts for teams to get down to 26 players loomed by Noon on May 2nd.  The 39-year-old Cano missed the 2021 season with his second PED suspension. He played well in winter ball […] READ MORE