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Mets Morning News: Dodgers meet the Mets, beat the Mets

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

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Meet the Mets

The Dodgers rolled into town and destroyed the Mets. In a game that featured one of Jacob deGrom’s least inspiring outings of the year, some terrible relief pitching, and a distinct lack of offense, perhaps the lone bright spots were Amed Rosario stealing his first base during his Citi Field debut and deGrom doing the same. Beyond that, the game was all Dodgers. Yu Darvish threw seven shutout innings, and the Dodgers scored six runs on a hapless Mets team that ended up drawing a donut, and losing to LA 6-0.

Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short and long, Times, Post, Daily News, Newsday, MLB.com, NJ.com, Bergen County Record.

Matt Harvey will throw a bullpen session on Sunday, a sign that his return is likely near.

Dominic Smith is ready for his big league debut, which may come later this month.

Jay Bruce reportedly cleared waivers yesterday.

Hansel Robles is getting an MRI after experiencing numbness in his right fingers.

L&B Spumoni Gardens won the Brooklyn Cyclones’ “Brooklyn Slices Bracket Challenge,” which I guess is fair since people have literally murdered each other trying to get the secret recipe to their pizza sauce.

Around the NL East

The Braves are leaning towards picking up the option on manager Brian Snitker’s contract.

The Phillies lost to the Rockies and lost outfielder Aaron Altherr to the DL.

The Nationals picked up a win over the Cubs.

The Marlins lost to the Braves.

Around MLB

Bartolo Colon has his best outing in a long time, and pitched a complete game for the Twins.

Jose Alvarado of the Rays threw an immaculate inning in relief, becoming the seventh pitcher to throw one this year.

Justin Verlander cleared revocable waivers, and could now be traded, though it remains unlikely.

Kyle Freeland left the Rockies game against the Phillies in the first inning with a groin strain.

Oakland A’s outfieled Matt Joyce allegedly called a fan an anti-gay slur during Friday’s Angels/A’s game.

Yesterday at AA

Lukas Vlahos brought you the Daily Prospect Report.

Joe Sokolowski was back with another edition of “This Week in Mets Quotes.”

Aaron Yorke previewed the Mets/Dodgers series.

A new episode of Amazin’ Avenue Audio dropped with special guest, ESPN’s Aaron Boone.

Chris McShane recapped Aaron Boone’s thoughts on the Mets/Dodgers series in a separate post.

This Date in Mets History

It’s John Olerud’s birthday. Also, back in 1980, Mets second baseman Doug Flynn tied a record by hitting three triples in a game.