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  • Slumping Yo comes through clutch in 12th
    A slumping Yoenis Cespedes hit the go-ahead RBI single through the right side of the infield and Asdrubal Cabrera followed with an RBI knock of his own in the 12th inning on Friday, leading the Mets to a 5-3 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park. Early on, Ozzie Albies homered off a 99.6-mph fastball from Noah Syndergaard to set a Statcast record for the Braves.
  • Mets have yet to decide on struggling Harvey
    A day after Matt Harvey submitted his worst start of the young season, declaring afterward that he is "a starting pitcher" and declining to answer if he would accept a Minor League assignment, the Mets spent significant time on Friday discussing what to do with him.
  • deGrom vies for efficiency vs. Braves
    The last time Jacob deGrom took the mound, he became the first Mets starter to throw a pitch in the eighth inning. The Mets ultimately lost that game, but deGrom will look for similar efficiency when he starts tonight at 7:10 ET at SunTrust Park. Julio Teheran pitches for the Braves.
  • Harvey scuffles in Atlanta, putting role in doubt
    An unquestioned member of the team's rotation heading into the season, Matt Harvey has since started four games, struggled thrice and, on Thursday, pitched poorly enough at SunTrust Park that the Braves effectively iced their 12-4 win before sunset.
  • Mets sign Worley, Copeland for pitching depth
    The Mets fleshed out their organizational depth with a pair of former big league starters this week, inking Vance Worley and Scott Copeland to Minor League contracts. The team also released another former big leaguer, A.J. Griffin.
  • Julio Franco still the oldest to homer in MLB
    Julio Franco still the oldest to homer in MLB
  • NL East: Checking in on the new guys
    There are plenty of new faces in the National League East. Some of them have had a major impact on their team's success the first three weeks of the season. Others have not. Here is a look at some of the most notable newcomers in the NL East entering Thursday.
  • Mets' Top 30 prospects list
    Who do the Mets have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Yo's slam caps Mets' 9-run 8th, comeback win
    The Mets entered the eighth inning staring at the possibility of a sweep at home at the hands of the rival Nationals, but the lineup erupted for nine runs in the eighth inning to win the finale of a three-game set. Yoenis Cespedes' grand slam capped the outburst. Ryan Zimmerman hit two homers and tripled for the Nationals.
  • Discomfort slowing Swarzak's rehab timeline
    Lingering oblique discomfort has prompted Mets reliever Anthony Swarzak to pause his throwing program, also putting a trip to Florida on hold.
  • Peterson, Brodey among prospect performers
    Mets prospects David Peterson and Quinn Brodey were among top performers on Wednesday.
  • Q&A: Bruce talks return to NY, bond with Dusty
    In a recent sit-down with at Citi Field, Mets outfielder Jay Bruce answered 20 questions on subjects ranging from new Mets manager Mickey Callaway to the club's fast start.
  • Righty Bautista joins Mets; Robles optioned
    The Mets announced on Tuesday that they have recalled flame-throwing right-hander Gerson Bautista from Double-A Binghamton, which will give manager Mickey Callaway a fresh arm for a taxed bullpen following Monday's 8-6 loss to the Nationals.
  • Key hit missing in Mets' loss to Nationals
    The situation was precisely what the Mets desired: hitter's count, runners at the corners, one out in a one-run game. This was their chance to break through against the Nationals, to wash away the residue of a particularly stinging loss on Monday, to prevent one defeat from becoming something more.
  • Nimmo among eye-catching April performances
    It's true that it's only mid-April and there's a lot of unexpected early-season numbers that won't last, because they simply can't. That doesn't mean they don't hold some interest, however. At the very least, it's interesting enough to see some names you might not have thought about carrying some massive numbers. There's five in particular that stood out to us. Which ones will last?
  • How well do you know the Mets' rotation?
    How well do you know the Mets' rotation?
  • deGrom fans 12 in Mets' deepest start of 2018
    Unhappy with his results despite a 3.06 ERA over his first three starts, Jacob deGrom took time following the last one to review his mechanics. Almost immediately, deGrom noticed that his arm was dropping when he swung it behind him to begin his delivery.
  • Mets squander deGrom gem as 'pen unravels
    The Mets were never under any delusions that their bullpen, which ranked 29th in the Majors last season, would transform overnight into baseball's best. But they did see real improvement in the group that entered Monday's play sporting a 1.51 ERA, lowest in the Majors. Even if no bullpen can be that steady over a six-month season, the Mets hardly expected their statistical correction to happen in a single inning.
  • More walk-off magic from Wilmer for Mets
    Noah Syndergaard's strikeouts were the early story for the Mets on Sunday at Citi Field, but it was Wilmer Flores' ninth-inning home run that gave them a 3-2 walk-off win over the Brewers. Flores connected off Matt Albers to give the Mets their 10th win in the last 11 games and their first walk-off win of the season. The Mets bounced back after having their nine-game winning streak stopped by the Brewers on Saturday night, and won their fifth straight series to start the season.
  • Thor fans 8 straight Brewers en route to 11
    Noah Syndergaard, who has a history of success against the Brewers, recorded nine strikeouts through four innings on Sunday, and 11 total. Even more impressively, he struck out eight straight, two shy of tying Tom Seaver's record for the most consecutive strikeouts by a single pitcher.
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