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If it wasn’t set in stone already, Paul DeJong secured himself a spot in the hall of Met killers as his solo home run in the eighth inning was the difference in the Mets’ 4-3 loss to St. Louis.
Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue short and long, New York Times, Bergen Record, Daily News, MLB.com, Newsday, Post.
It took nearly a month, but the Mets finally got a complete and positive game out of Robinson Cano.
Jason Vargas exited Sunday afternoon’s game early with a calf cramp, but the lefty wasn’t too worried about missing his next start.
Noah Syndergaard was officially placed on the injured list with a hamstring strain.
To celebrate Father’s Day, players from around baseball, including Steven Matz, shared what their fathers mean to them.
The Mets agreed to a deal with their second round pick, Josh Wolf, at a price tag above slot value.
As the trade deadline grows near, Zack Wheeler certainly has his fair share of suitors.
The reason for the Mets lack of success in 2019 isn’t bad lucky, it’s bad pitches and bad at bats.
Around the National League East
The Marlins scored four times in the bottom of the fourth, but it wasn’t enough as the Pirates edged out a 5-4 victory.
In a severe stomping, the Braves scored in six different innings on their way to a 15-1 triumph over the Phillies.
In a surprisingly similar beatdown, the Nationals scoring fifteen runs over six different innings in a 15-5 conquest over the Diamondbacks.
Around Major League Baseball
Down in the minors, six women are making history as they traverse the ups and downs of being a woman working in the booth.
With the acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion becoming official, Clint Frazier found himself as the odd man out and was sent to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
In the ultimate Father’s Day fashion choice, Elias Diaz added a baby blue tie to his chest protector.
After suffering a groin injury and leaving yesterday’s game, a trip to the 10-day IL is a possibility for Hunter Pence
Justin Upton will make his long-awaited season debut for the Angels tonight in Toronto.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 2008, the Mets carried out the second most devastating Midnight Massacre in their history when they fired Willie Randolph in the middle of a west coast road trip.