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Almost everything went right for the Mets on Sunday as Noah Syndergaard threw seven innings of one-run ball against the Pirates while the offense put up 13 runs behind him.
In the most important news you’ll hear all month, Jeff McNeil and his wife will be having a press conference this Tuesday to officially introduce their new puppy.
Much like his previous injuries, Cano’s strain comes just as he was beginning to hit his stride at the dish.
Jacob Rhame was placed on the IL with elbow discomfort and the newly-acquired Donnie Hart came up to take his place.
For the Mets, not trading Noah Syndergaard might be the best move they make this season.
When it comes to getting out of a post-break slump, not even Pete Alonso’s beard is above being sacrificed.
With Dom Smith on the shelf, J.D. Davis is getting his time in the spotlight.
Davis capitalized on his most recent day in the sun by becoming the first player to send a ball to the fourth level of PNC Park’s left field structure.
Around the National League East
Since the Phillies don’t play the Mets 162 times per season, Maikel Franco’s performance landed him back in Triple-A.
While the Rays may have won the baseball game, the Marlins’ twitter account took a unanimous victory in the Twitter game.
Around Major League Baseball
Aaron Hicks became the latest Yankee to find himself on the injured list and he was shelved for a right flexor strain.
In the midst of a dreadful season that saw him pulled from the rotation, Zack Godley is being designated for assignment by the Diamondbacks.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1973, the eventual National League Champion Mets reached their lowest point of the season.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Chris McShane took a closer look at Noah Syndergaard’s second half turn-around.
Steve Sypa covered a sour Saturday for the Mets’ affiliates.