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Mets Morning News: Harvey Day spoiled by lack of offense, Gee placed on waivers

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Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and Major League Baseball news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

Matt Harvey was as splendid as expected, but the offense mustered just a single hit in seven innings against Braves starter Julio Teheran, and the Mets lost to Atlanta, 1-0.

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After the game, Terry Collins told reporters that the answer to New York's offensive woes is not waiting in Las Vegas.

After designating Dillon Gee for assignment, the Mets failed to find a trade partner and have now placed him on outright waivers. If he clears, he'll be sent to Triple-A.

The return of Daniel Murphy from the disabled list is being pushed back until this weekend.

Around the National League East

The Nationals cruised by Pittsburgh, 9-2, and Bryce Harper crushed his 24th home run of the season.

With Max Scherzer's next scheduled start coming against the Phillies, we are already getting hyped for back-to-back no-hitters.

Home runs by Todd Frazier and Jay Bruce lifted Cincinnati to a 5-2 win over the Marlins.

Around Major League Baseball

Yesterday was Father's Day, and Gordon Beckham hit a home run to give the White Sox a walk-off win over Texas. Crazy, right? Beckham also had a walk-off hit on Mother's Day.

J.D. Martinez hit three home runs during Detroit's 12-4 rout of the Yankees.

The Orioles blew a seven-run lead, but they still held on to defeat Toronto in a wild one, 13-9.

Giants manager Bruce Bochy was left behind by the team bus at Dodger Stadium on Saturday night.

This date in Mets history

In 1987, Tom Seaver retired as a member of the Mets.