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Mets won’t risk Jacob deGrom on a wet moundLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim v New York Mets

Thu, 25 May 2017 16:23:06 -0400

The Mets postponed Jacob deGrom’s scheduled start Thursday night because of concerns over the wet and possibly rainy conditions at Citi Field. Rafael Montero will start the series finale against the Padres instead; deGrom will get the ball on Friday to open a three-game set in Pittsburgh. The Mets also activated shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera (strained...


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Frustrated Mets brass not ready to pull plug on Terry Collins — yetSan Diego Padres v. New York Mets

Thu, 25 May 2017 15:24:44 -0400

The easy thing for the Mets would be to fire Terry Collins now, with the team disappointing and the front office frustrated with some of the manager’s tactics, particularly a heavy hand when it comes to relief pitching. But there is no strong sentiment flowing from above Collins to dismiss him. In part because: If...


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Why Terry Collins pulled Robert Gsellman after just 84 pitches

Thu, 25 May 2017 03:08:29 -0400

The slider was good, the sinker even better. And the pitch count for Mets starter Robert Gsellman was better yet. The young right-hander, holding a 5-3 lead, was at 84 pitches after six innings. So Terry Collins went to his bullpen. As it turned out, the results weren’t as good as Gsellman’s effort. Collins’ rationale...


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Terry Collins is miserable with two questions haunting himPadres vs Mets

Thu, 25 May 2017 01:16:07 -0400

Perhaps the only issue Terry Collins wanted to discuss less than injuries in his pregame media gathering Wednesday was bullpen management. And because those were the subjects of the day — and pretty much every day around this disappointing team — the manager was touchy and miserable. This was before his bullpen melted again because...


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Mets write the perfect script for a crushing defeat

Wed, 24 May 2017 22:50:47 -0400

If Terry Collins is lucky, the next time he picks up the phone to the bullpen he will dial the wrong number. In a repeat of the ills that crushed the Mets on their last road trip, only angst came from calls to the bullpen Wednesday night. The Mets quickly flushed a two-run lead against...


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Apparently Terry Collins can’t talk about Mets’ injuries anymoreSan Diego Padres v. New York Mets

Wed, 24 May 2017 22:15:44 -0400

Loose lips sink ships. And apparently bring gag orders from folks who run baseball teams. So Terry Collins, who all along has been up front and forthright in talking about Mets injuries, has been told to impersonate a clam when it comes to things medical and make no comments. That sat about as well with...


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The Mets’ future will now be shaped by these two batsMets 2

Wed, 24 May 2017 20:52:44 -0400

Mets reliever Paul Sewald remembers the first time he saw Michael Conforto. “In Double-A in 2015,” Sewald recalled, “and I was like, ‘This guy is too good for this league. I don’t know what he’s doing here.’ ” Sewald extended praise to two other youngsters in the Mets’ organization, Triple-A shortstop Amed Rosario and first...


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Mets’ easy Granderson decision will devastate Terry CollinsMiami vs Mets

Wed, 24 May 2017 19:29:34 -0400

Terry Collins expects a conversation with Curtis Granderson to be “the easiest one” if he has to reduce outfielders’ playing time when Yoenis Cespedes returns. That is why it will be so hard for Collins. In the cold world of analytics, Granderson is clearly the odd man out upon Cespedes rejoining Jay Bruce, Michael Conforto...


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Tommy Milone hits DL as Mets’ 5th starter gets clearerPadres vs Mets

Wed, 24 May 2017 18:48:51 -0400

The Mets have an opening in their rotation for Saturday after all. Tommy Milone, who was torched for eight runs over 1 ¹/₃ innings by the Angels on Sunday in his most recent start, was placed on the disabled list Wednesday with a sprained left knee. The left-hander had been expected to make one final...


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Understanding Mets fans’ love affair with Michael ConfortoSan Diego Padres v. New York Mets

Wed, 24 May 2017 03:14:23 -0400

He doesn’t know because he can’t know, because he’s just 24 years old, because he’s played just 205 games in the major leagues, because he’s only had 695 plate appearances. Making the bigs is hard enough. Staying here is harder. Flourishing here? Sometimes, that takes a team effort. Michael Conforto was always going to be...


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Jay Bruce forced to tap out to back painJay Bruce

Wed, 24 May 2017 02:13:24 -0400

Jay Bruce had a roller-coaster day dealing with back discomfort that culminated with his departure from Tuesday night’s game. The Mets outfielder was removed in the sixth inning of his team’s 9-3 victory over the Padres with “tightness” in the back and hoped he can return Wednesday. “It was kind of all day off and...


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Is this the game that leads to a Lucas Duda breakout?San Diego Padres v New York Mets

Wed, 24 May 2017 01:33:56 -0400

To say Mets first baseman Lucas Duda has struggled since his return from the disabled list would be on par with saying the bridges and tunnels around New York get congested at rush hour. Entering the Mets’ 9-3 romp over the Padres on Tuesday at Citi Field, Duda was hitting .206 overall and a mere...


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‘Shaky’ Matt Harvey picks up a win, thanks to Conforto show

Tue, 23 May 2017 22:25:49 -0400

Matt Harvey’s baby steps and Michael Conforto’s thunder were a fine combination for the Mets on Tuesday. Ideally, the Mets would have watched Harvey dominate the National League’s worst offensive team, but the control issues that have dogged their former ace all season in his return from surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome were again prevalent....


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Mets will make Cespedes prove he can handle this before returnAtlanta Braves vs New York Mets

Tue, 23 May 2017 20:47:28 -0400

Yoenis Cespedes’ last step before rejoining the Mets is showing club officials he’s ready to resume the grind of playing left field. To that end, the veteran outfielder is expected to begin a minor league rehab assignment this week, according to manager Terry Collins, before rejoining the club. Cespedes, who has been sidelined for the...


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Mets’ 5th starter mystery hinges on closer look at Tommy Miloneme

Tue, 23 May 2017 19:47:23 -0400

The Mets could put names in a hat and draw one. That’s if throwing at a dartboard doesn’t produce a starting pitcher’s name for Saturday. For now, manager Terry Collins said the plan is to stick with Tommy Milone, despite the left-hander getting torched in his most recent outing: 1 ¹/₃ innings, eight runs and...


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The magic number Mets should aim for to get back on trackRosario-Darnaud-Milone

Mon, 22 May 2017 23:57:20 -0400

You Gotta Believe. Straw and Doc. The Dark Knight and Thor. Plus-81. No, these 2017 Mets so far don’t quite compare to their champion predecessors when it comes to mantras and colorful characters. Why would they? At 18-24, the best thing they have going for them at the moment is that they’ll resume their homestand...


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Matt Harvey needs to show Mets everything is back to normalMets Diamondbacks Baseball

Mon, 22 May 2017 23:56:58 -0400

The Mets’ battered and beleaguered pitching staff should be getting help soon. Steven Matz and Seth Lugo, two “pretty good” guys according to manager Terry Collins, are scheduled to make minor league rehab starts Tuesday. But Collins might get back a bigger piece. Matt Harvey. When he faces the Padres at Citi Field on Tuesday...


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The Mets’ good catcher problem still must be solvedrr

Mon, 22 May 2017 21:21:41 -0400

It is a true luxury to have a backup catcher who not only handles a pitching staff well, but controls runners and contributes a batting average over .300. The Mets have that. They may not have it for long, however. That’s because Rene Rivera may not be the depth-chart backup when Travis d’Arnaud returns from rehabbing...


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This year has been sadly cruel to James LoneyNew York Mets

Mon, 22 May 2017 19:48:52 -0400

James Loney may have worn a Mets uniform for his last major league game. The veteran first baseman requested and received his release from the Braves’ Triple-A Gwinnett team on Monday, four days after attempting to resume his career. The 33-year-old Loney signed a minor league deal with the team on Thursday after the Braves learned...


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Mets consider sizzling, crafty prospect for rotation helpNew York Mets Spring Training

Mon, 22 May 2017 18:50:23 -0400

After Tommy Milone was lit up in incendiary fashion Sunday, Mets manager Terry Collins claimed the 30-year-old, seventh-season left-hander remained an option to maintain his spot in the rotation. True, Milone is “an” option. But there are others, including 26-year-old righty Tyler Pill, who has compiled a 3-1 record with a 1.96 ERA at Triple-A...


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