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

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Meet the Mets

The Mets came from behind on Tuesday night thanks to a mammoth two-run homer by Pete Alonso in the top of the 9th. Noah Syndergaard got the start and went 6 innings and allowed five runs (four earned). Brandon Nimmo’s RBI double in the 7th tied the game and Edwin Diaz was able to lock down the save in the bottom of the 9th.

Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short. Newsday, NY Post, Daily News, and Faith and Fear in Flushing.

The legend of Pete Alonso is continuing to grow.

Robinson Cano became the 101st big league player to reach 2500 hits on Tuesday night.

Ken Davidoff writes that the Mets are starting to spiral.

With Dominic Smith back in the minors, scouts and GM’s sized up the market for the Mets first baseman.

Wilmer Font says he will be starting for the Mets today.

Tim Tebow’s 2019 season in Triple-A is not going very well so far.

Around the National League East

The Phillies offense had a big night as they crushed the Cardinals.

The Braves were shutout by the Dodgers 9-0.

The Nationals lost to the Brewers 6-0 . Prior to the game, they made a series of roster moves.

Monday was Willy Mays’ birthday, and the day wasn’t lost on Marlins’ outfielder Curtis Granderson.

The Marlins lost to the Cubs on a Kris Bryant walk off home run.

Around Major League Baseball

Mike Fiers threw his second career no-hitter against the Reds. His first no-hitter came in 2015 as a member of the Astros.

J.D. Martinez picked up his 200th career home run in a Red Sox win.

Shohei Ohtani went 0-4 in his season debut against the Tigers.

Jose Berrios won his 5th straight start as the Twins continue to play very well.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

The latest episode of the UnforMETable podcast is out!

Lukas Vlahos writes that the Mets have wasted $5 million.

Maggie Wiggin wonders where the Mets offense has gone.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 1961, the Mets officially got their name. If Joan Payson had gotten her way, they would’ve been called the New York Meadowlarks.

Happy birthday to John Maine!