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Mets Morning News: Backups provide boost for comeback win in Miami

Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

The Mets pieced together more late rallies yesterday to get their second consecutive win in Miami. Bartolo Colon was not at his best, but some defensive wizardry from Juan Lagares and big hits from Matt Reynolds and Alejandro De Aza helped seal the come-from-behind win.

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The win didn't come without its hardships, as the Mets now have even more injury troubles.

Matt Harvey takes the hill Sunday, hoping to building on his most recent start.

Neil Walker is getting ready for his return to Pittsburgh.

Baseball Prospectus pondered the Mets options following David Wright's long-term injury.

The Mets made so many transactions this past week that it may have been hard to keep track.

Around the NL East

The Braves were the biggest single-game Las Vegas underdog since 2007 last night against Clayton Kershaw. They lost.

The Mets did damage against David Phelps Saturday, which for most of this season has been hard to do.

The Phillies have cooled off as of late, but there are still reasons for fans to hold out hope.

The Nationals lost to the Reds yesterday, which would be bad enough for their fans. They're also holding their breath regarding Stephen Strasburg's early exit.

Around the Majors

Baseball took time to reflect Saturday following the death of Muhammad Ali.

The White Sox traded for pitcher James Shields to boost their rotation and stay in the AL Central race.

The Yankees pace Mark Teixeira on the DL with torn knee cartilage.

The Cubs will be wearing track suits on their next road trip as an ode to the NBA Finals.

That is not where the Astros' Tyler White parked his car.

Yesterday at Amazin' Avenues

Yoenis Cespedes was scratched from Saturday's game, and Eric Goodman says the Mets can't afford to lose him for long.

Michael Conforto got a key RBI yesterday, but Kevin Palermo says it's been a small bright spot within a lengthy slump.

Four St. Lucie Mets are headed to their league's All-Star Game.

Steve Sypa previewed two possible first-round picks for the Mets at this week's draft: Dakota Hudson and Cal Quantrill.

Mets radio voice Josh Lewin gets another big job. He's now the play-by-play man for UCLA football.

This Date in Mets History

This year's MLB draft is scheduled to begin Thursday, but drafts that begin on June 5th have been kind to the Mets. The team picked Lee Mazzilli on this date in 1973 and David Wright in 2001. Three coaches also got fired on this date, possibly helping to pave the way for the magical 1999 season.