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Mets Morning News: Mets lose continued game, but roar back in the afternoon on Frazier’s grand slam

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

New York Mets v Chicago Cubs - Game Two Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images

Meet the Mets

The Mets still can’t seem to win a game started by Jacob deGrom. After resuming last night’s game, the Mets promptly surrendered a run and lost in 11 innings. The afternoon’s regularly scheduled game had much different results though. Jason Vargas pitched well and the Mets’ offense exploded. Todd Frazier hit a grand slam to open the scoring up, and the Mets continued pounding the Cubs from there. They ended up winning 10-3.

Choose your recap (game 1): Amazin’ Avenue short and long, Daily News, Post, Newsday, MLB.com, Bergen County Record.

Choose your recap (game 2): Amazin’ Avenue short and long, New York Times, Daily News, Post, Newsday, MLB.com, Bergen County Record.

The Mets don’t expect to make anymore trades this season.

David Wright’s return to the majors will apparently be his call.

Mickey Callway says Daniel Zamora has earned his trust.

Peter Alonso clapped back at Chris Carlin for calling his agents’ statement “remarkably dumb.”

James Wagner wrote what reads like something of an obituary for Dominic Smith’s career with the Mets in the New York Times.

The Athletic’s Tim Britton wonders how the Mets could do so well by Jose Bautista and do so badly by their young talent.

The Mets’ 2019 spring training schedule is out.

Around the National League East

Lucas Duda is back in the NL East after being traded to the Braves.

The Marlins plan to open a soccer-style fan section in their stadium next year.

The Phillies beat the Nationals and avoided getting swept.

Around Major League Baseball

Christian Yelich went 6-for-6 and hit for the cycle for the Brewers.

David Price was struck by a comebacker and had to leave the Red Sox’s game against the Marlins. X-rays were negative.

The Astros are giving an extension to manager A.J. Hinch.

Albert Pujols is almost certainly done for the season after undergoing knee surgery.

Charlie Morton was sent to the DL with a shoulder injury.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Steve Sypa named the minor league players of the week.

Lukas Vlahos handled daily prospect report duties.

This Date in Mets History

On August 30, 1999 Edgardo Alfonzo had one of the greatest offensive performances in Mets history as the Amazins routed the Astros.