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Meet the Mets

Is Michael Conforto in a slump? His on-base percentage says one thing, while the rest of his numbers say another.

Brandon Nimmo has the fans clamoring for him to get more playing time, and his numbers back them up.

Peter Alonso is on a hot streak down at Double-A.

Jose Reyes played with Ronald Acuna Sr. and now he’ll be facing Ronald Acuna Jr.

Anthony Kay is ready to get back to business.

Which team is the biggest threat to the Mets in the NL East?

Around the National League East

The Marlins beat up on the Phillies.

Is Davey Martinez to blame for the Nationals’ poor start?

Daniel Murphy is back with the Nationals, but there’s no timeline on when he’ll actually be activated.

Mike Schmidt has apologized for sexist comments he made during Sunday’s Phillies broadcast.

Around Major League Baseball

Corey Seager needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the rest of the 2018 season.

A man was killed after a shooting in the entertainment district next to Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

Josh Hader has set an odd record after striking out all eight batters he faced in relief for the Brewers.

Joe Panik will miss six weeks after undergoing thumb surgery on Monday.

The New York Times profiled Sid Mejdal, an Astros statistician who’s now coaching in their minor league system.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Steve Sypa brought you the daily prospect report.

Matt Varvaro was back with another Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler.

Allison McCague had player performance meters for pitchers and position players.

Vasilis Drimalitis took at look back at the mixed bag that was the Mets rotation in April.

Matt Varvaro pulled double duty, counting down the top ten Mets moments at Citi Field.

This Date in Mets History

Tom Seaver struck out sixteen Dodgers on this date in 1974.