Meet the Mets
Jacob deGrom allowed three runs in the first inning to Atlanta, Julio Teheran dominated the Mets in turn—limiting the Amazins to one run over seven innings—and Atlanta captured the game 3–1 finishing off the series sweep.
General manager Sandy Alderson expresses that in spite of the Mets' current record, "We kind of like our team." With that in mind, he explains that the organization has no plans to throw everyone overboard at the trade deadline. And that means that there are no plans in place to move Jon Niese as the deadline looms.
The Mets signed a total of 11 players on the first day of the international signing period.
Greek restaurant Corfu Grill has been voted by fans to be the next restaurant to open on the outfield concourse. The restaurant should be ready to begin serving in time for Fourth of July weekend.
Yesterday At AA
Steve Sypa summarized Tuesday's action down on the Mets' Farm.
Amazin' Avenue Audio will be broadcasting live on Saturday, July 19th at Foley's.
Aaron Yorke reports that Sandy Alderson has not yet determined whether the Mets will be buyers or sellers at the deadline.
In a Fanpost, LGNYM introduces the rules of the GKR Drinking Game, 2.0.
Around the NL East
The Nationals faced off against the Rockies on Wednesday, and came away 4–3 winners to sweep the series. Matt Williams continues to try to set the record straight regarding Bryce Harper's comments about the Nats' lineup.
Around the Majors
Craig Calcaterra draws attention to one of the weirdest deaths in baseball history.
Bill Barnwell of Grantland tries to figure out which historic ace should wear the Pitching Championship Belt.
Speaking of Belts, this one makes out with a giraffe.
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