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Mets Morning News: Wright returns to action, Mets lose to Diamondbacks

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

Arizona Diamondbacks v New York Mets Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images

Meet The Mets

The Mets fell to the Diamondbacks 7-4 last night on the back of a poor return outing from Tommy Milone. Making his first start since being activated from the disabled list, Milone pitched 4.2 innings, allowing six runs (five earned) while striking out five. Patrick Corbin held the Mets in check, striking out six batters over eight innings while allowing just one run. A ninth-inning rally, which included extra-base hits from Dominic Smith and Amed Rosario,brought in three runs, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Arizona.

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Despite a disappointing start on Monday night, the Mets are looking to activate Matt Harvey in early September.

On his own comeback trail, Noah Syndergaard is set to throw batting practice tomorrow.

With Steven Matz set to have season-ending surgery, David Lennon called out the Mets’ handling of their recent medical issues.

Abbey Mastracco with talked to Erik Goeddel, who had the same ulnar nerve surgery as Matz is set to have.

Jeurys Familia pitched in relief for the Brooklyn Cyclones. The Mets could activate him as early as this weekend.

Hoping to return this year, David Wright played DH for St. Lucie last night. Wright hit third, going 0-for-4 on the night with two strikeouts. Just like the rest of us, Terry Collins is excited.

Around the NL East

The Marlins beat the Phillies 12-8.

Felo Ramirez, the legendary Spanish radio voice of the Marlins, passed away at 94.

The Nats beat the Astros 4-3 on the back of a two-run homer from Matt Wieters.

Around MLB

MLB will implement a fan code of conduct next year. It should be noted that every team has its own set of rules expected of fans, but this will be the first league-wide initiative.

Ian Kinsler was fined $10,000 for his comments about umpire Angel Hernandez.

Aaron Judge ended his record-setting strike out streak at 37 games.

Yesterday At AA

Chris McShane outlined the Mets’ need to acquire starting pitching in 2018.

Luke Vlahos had your daily farm report.

This Date in Mets History

Though really a low-light, on this date in 2009, Jeff Francoeur hit into an unassisted triple play. Francoeur hit a liner to Philles second baseman Eric Bruntlett, who tagged out Daniel Murphy and Luis Castillo, who were attempting a double steal.