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Mets Morning News: Offense stagnant in Miami, Cooperstown has a new induction class

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The Mets offense got 10 innings to score runs but still only managed one in their extra inning loss to the Marlins. They were shut down by Sandy Alcantara with the only run coming off the bat of Michael Conforto for a solo home run. The pitching kept it close but the Marlins walked it off in the tenth after Luis Rojas elected to pitch to the Marlin’s hottest hitter with Edwin Diaz on the mound.

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Luis Rojas gambled with his closer against the Marlins’ hottest hitter and got burned.

With yet another tally in the loss column the Mets are running out of time to get back into the playoff race.

Aaron Loup was again stellar in his inning of work as he remains one of the league’s best relievers and he hopes to be a Met again next season.

After battling a sore hand for most of the season, serving in a bench role has helped J.D. Davis be productive even when he is not 100%,

David Wright will most likely not make it to Cooperstown, so is Pete Alonso the Mets next hope to make it to the Hall of Fame?

The Mets will be hosting the Yankees on the 20th anniversary of September 11 and many Mets from the 2001 team will be in attendance to remember the events of that awful day.

MLB Network will be airing a special about the return of baseball in a grieving city and how Mike Piazza’s home run helped bring a sense of normalcy back to New York.

Around the National League East

The Braves’ offense sputtered against the Nationals’ bullpen in their 4-2 loss.

Despite picking up a walk-win the story of the game was Sandy Alcantara for the Marlins who was nearly untouchable.

Kyle Gibson struggled on the mound for the Phillies in their 4-3 loss to the Brewers.

Zach Eflin will undergo knee surgery which will ended his 2021 season and could impact next season as well.

After starter Sean Nolin threw at Freddie Freeman twice and got ejected from the game, the Nationals’ bullpen pitched well for over eight innings to pick up the win against the Braves.

Around Major League Baseball

The Hall of Fame induction ceremonies were finally held in Cooperstown, NY where Marlins owner Derek Jeter and Rockies’ legend Larry Walker were enshrined into the Hall of Fame.

Marvin Miller forever changed baseball as his time as the head of the union and was posthumously inducted against his wishes.

It took awhile to get there, but Ted Simmons finally made it to Cooperstown.

The Rays signed GM Erik Neander to an extension and gave him the title of president of baseball operations.

The Yankees lost to the Blue Jays yet again and slipped to the second wild card spot behind the Red Sox.

Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue

Allison McCague took a look at how the pitchers fared last week in her player meter.

On Episode 101 of A Pod of Their Own the current Metsing was discussed as well as the latest on Trevor Bauer.

This Date in Mets History

On this date in 2015, Yoenis Cespedes and the Mets finished off a sweep of the Nationals in Washington to give them a seven game lead in the division.