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For the fourth straight day, there was no Mets baseball played, but that streak will end tonight when New York takes on the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NLDS. Jacob deGrom will start against Clayton Kershaw starting at 9:30 p.m. on TBS.
Steven Matz said he felt fine after throwing 80 pitches in a simulated game on Thursday morning. If the lefty's back continues to hold up today, he could be added to the NLDS roster.
Despite recent issues with his back and with strep throat, Wilmer Flores says he is ready to perform on Friday.
The first Mets postseason home game since 2006 is scheduled for 8:37 p.m. on Monday evening, but that could be moved up 30 minutes depending on how the American League series play out.
Now that the Wild Card games have been played, the Mets are Las Vegas's biggest underdogs in the race for the National League pennant.
New York has a tough path ahead, but fortunately the team has already defeated Kershaw as well as Zack Greinke this year.
Daniel Murphy talks a lot about his teammates in this interview with the New York Post.
The Wall Street Journal sat down with everyone's favorite sad Mets fan, who is feeling pretty good these days.
Around the NL East
Max Scherzer says he still has room to improve on his fantastic 2015 season. Maybe he'll throw three no-hitters next year.
Around Major League Baseball
Toronto's MVP candidate Josh Donaldson was also injured when he took a knee to the head while trying to break up a double play. Fox Sports baseball analyst Pete Rose thinks Donaldson should have stayed in the game.
The game was delayed by rain in the third inning and a Royals groundskeeper was nearly devoured by the tarp.
After that brilliant outing by Jake Arrieta on Tuesday night, it's hard to blame this fan from getting the hurler's face shaved into his head.
Legendary Dodgers play-by-play man Vin Scully will not work the postseason due to an undisclosed medical procedure.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Steve Sypa recapped the 2015 Brooklyn Cyclones campaign.
Then he did the same for the second half Savannah Sand Gnats.
Chris McShane did some in-depth analysis on the intimidating pitcher whom the Mets will face tonight.
The guys preview New York's upcoming postseason journey in the freshest episode of Amazin' Avenue Audio.