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The Mets beat the Reds 4-3 in ten innings on Tuesday night. Jason Vargas had his best start of the season, pitching into the 6th inning and only allowing one run. The Mets had a 3-1 lead going into the 9th, but Jeurys Familia could not complete the six-out save. After a JD Davis double and a Jeff McNeil single, Pete Alonso hit the walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th to secure the win for the Mets.
Jacob deGrom is not worried about his recent struggles.
Yoenis Cespedes was at Citi Field Tuesday as he progresses in his rehab.
Tim Britton looks at why so many Mets are getting hit on the hand.
Though this series against the Reds lacks excitement, it’s still just as important as any other one.
Ken Davidoff thinks it’s time for the Mets to reduce Jeurys Familia’s role.
Pete Alonso had a big compliment and comparison for his teammate Jeff McNeil.
The Mets lead the league in men left on base, but they’re not worried about it just yet.
The hard feelings of the Rhys Hoskins home run last week has now made its way to Triple-A Syracuse.
Jason Vargas has actually pitched quite well in his last few appearances.
Around the National League East
Around Major League Baseball
CC Sabathia became the 17th member of the 3000 strikeout club on Tuesday night.
In a moving piece on The Player’s Tribune, Rich Hill opened up about dealing with the loss of a child.
MLB is set to exclusively air 13 games on YouTube this season.
Tim Mead has been named president of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Maggie Wiggin wrote about how Edwin Diaz has been everything the Mets traded for.
The latest episode of UnforMETable is out!