Meet the Mets
The Mets got a good start out of Jon Niese, and it was a much-needed one. After Travis d'Arnaud brought in an early run, Michael Conforto went deep, and Daniel Murphy plated two more with a double, as the Mets would go on to win 4-0. The magic number now sits at 7.
Juan Uribe may miss some time with his chest injury.
Terry Collins found himself fighting the urge to keep Matt Harvey in the game.
Michael Conforto was named Sterling Player of the Year, as top player in the Mets system.
Sandy Alderson was quick to dismiss the idea that 2007 has anything to do with 2015.
Dave Cameron wrote that maybe the Mets have the right idea in their strange plan for Matt Harvey.
Around the NL East
Around the Majors
Offense is trending upwards in baseball again, as MLB is up 0.21 runs per nine innings.
Yesterday at AA
Joe Sokolowski took a look at all the funny, smart, and dumb things said about the Mets this week.
Matt Varvaro is concerned with Daniel Murphy's production.
Matt also challenged us to try to remember all of the Mets hitters who had less than a 4.0% walk rate.
This Date in Mets History
On September 22, 1962, Mets fans attended what they thought would be the last baseball game at the Polo Grounds.
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