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Mets Morning News: Another day, another injury

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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets’ offense continues to fire on all cylinders. They put together 11 runs, with the help of some sloppy Marlins defense. And behind a solid performance from Robert Gsellman they cruised to a comfortable 11-3 victory. Despite all the injuries, the Mets have now won each of the last three series, and have the chance to make it a sweep over Miami Sunday afternoon.

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It wasn’t all good news for the Mets, however. Asdrubal Cabrera is the latest man added to the team’s growing injury list.

We all knew it would be a while before Noah Syndergaard got back in action, and now it’s official.

With that in mind, the Mets are on a mission to have an interim ace step up.

The injuries are once again piling up, proving the Mets’ bevy of experience can be both a blessing and a curse.

After Friday night’s very NSFW Mets tweet, Kevin Plawecki naturally had to explain why a certain object was nestled in his locker.

It’s now been a year since Bartolo Colon hit a home run. That’s worth reliving.

Around the NL East

It was a nice win for the Mets, but a truly ugly loss for the Marlins.

The Bravesrough patch continued with another loss against the Cardinals.

It was a ho-hum win for the Nationals, and a ho-hum loss for the Phillies in Philadelphia.

Around the Majors

Perennial MVP candidate Mike Trout was scratched from Saturday’s game with a hamstring injury.

It was a short return to action for Zach Britton. The Orioles placed him back on the DL.

The latest timetable for David Price’s return could have him back on the mound by late May.

Billy Hamilton lit a few Statcast figures on fire.

Tropicana Field played tricks yet again in a game between the Blue Jays and Rays.

A Cubs minor league affiliate finally won a game that took a very long time.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Steve Sypa served up report cards for all the key Mets prospects over the first month of the season.

Ryan Almodovar also kept us up to date with Friday night’s action.

This Date in Mets History

May 7 serves as a great opportunity to remember Mets legend Jordany Valdespin. He hit his first of several pinch-hit homers five years ago today. And also this happened.