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The Mets were trounced by the Giants 9-0 on Sunday. Madison Bumgarner limited the Mets to a pair of hits and a walk while pitching a complete game, and Hunter Pence paced the San Francisco offense with a pair of home runs.
After the game, David Wright told reporters that his recent slump doesn't have anything to do with the shoulder injury that he suffered back in June.
Matt Harvey will throw some more pitches off of a mound on Tuesday.
Jack Moore writes at Sports on Earth that the development of Jacob deGrom's changeup has been key to his surprisingly awesome 2014 season.
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Nolan Arenado made a bonkers play to take a hit away from Detroit's Eugenio Suarez.
Yesterday at AA
Lukas Vlahos used a stat called RE24 to determine which Mets are most effective in clutch situations.
On this date in 1982, the immortal Joel Youngblood became the first player in major league history to record a hit for two different teams in the same day.