clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Mets Morning News: Bruce drives in six, Harvey hit hard in road loss

New, comments

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

MLB: New York Mets at Atlanta Braves Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Meet the Mets

Despite two home runs and six RBI from Jay Bruce, the Mets fell to Atlanta 9-7 at SunTrust Park. Matt Harvey was not sharp, getting tagged for eight hits and six earned runs over 5.1 innings.

Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short and long, NY Times, North Jersey, MLB.com, NY Post, Daily News, Newsday, NJ.com, Talking Chop.

Despite his poor results, Matt Harvey insisted he’d felt the “best I've felt in a long time.”

Travis d’Arnaud exited Tuesday’s game with a sore right wrist.

Fred Kerber of the Post wondered if Michael Conforto would hold onto the leadoff spot.

Doc Gooden hopes Noah Syndergaard can make a speedy recovery.

Terry Collins gave Curtis Granderson a day off to rediscover his swing.

Wilmer Flores and Brandon Nimmo continued their rehab assignments at Triple-A Las Vegas.

Around the NL East

The Diamondbacks defeated Washington, 6-3. The Nats opted to promoted Jacob Turner to their starting rotation, while demoting Joe Ross to Triple-A.

Matt Wisler has settled in to the Braves’ bullpen.

Jeremy Hellickson was hit hard in a loss to the Cubs.

Former Presidential candidate Jeb Bush is “confident” he will complete his purchase of the Miami Marlins.

Around Major League Baseball

Dave Cameron of FanGraphs isn’t convinced the Nationals should move Trea Turner to center field.

Edinson Volquez left his start early with a thumb blister.

Zach Kram of The Ringer came up with one stat for each team to explain their positional ranking.

David Roth of VICE Sports discussed Noah Syndergaard’s injury, amongst other issues in the Mets’ universe.

Adam Jones received an ovation at Fenway Park.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

James Schapiro profiled the Mets on this year’s All-Star ballot.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1988, David Cone pitched his first career shutout against the Atlanta Braves, allowing eight hits while striking out five.

Happy birthday to Chris Cannizzaro and Jack DiLauro!