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Flores to DL, Matz to Miss Start
Some bad news for the first place New York Mets, as utility infielder Wilmer Flores is heading to the disabled list with a left hamstring injury.
"It's definitely frustrating, but what are you going to do?" said Flores via Rubin's story, who is hitting 180 with one ho…
Syndergaard Has Historic Night
An already historic night in baseball got even better once the Mets and Dodgers were underway. In the Mets 4-3 win, Noah Syndergaard shined both on the mound and in the batter's-box.
Syndergaard drove in all the Mets runs. Less than a week after teammate Bartolo Colon hit his first career h…
Colon Goes Deep For Mets (VIDEO)
Bartolo Colon does not more than just pitch, apparently. "Big Sexy" made some history on Saturday night, becoming the oldest player in MLB history to hit his first home run. Colon is 42 years old.
There's been plenty of jokes made about Colon's weight, his declining velocity and his general…
Mets Nearly No-Hit in San Diego
The New York Mets have the third best record in the National League (Cubs, Nationals), but that doesn't mean they can't deliver a clunker from time to time.
The Padres nearly no-hit the Mets last night at PetCo Park as Colin Rea allowed nothing in the middle column of the scoreboard for 6..…
DL Still a Possibility for deGrom
Jacob deGrom is away from the Mets after the birth of his first child, but he's also facing the possibility of a disabled list trip thanks to the lat injury he suffered in his first start of the season.
The Mets have not placed deGrom on the disabled list or on paternity leave because if they pl…
Mets Fall Late To Marlins
The New York Mets lost another tough game last night as the Miami Marlins stormed back late in the game to beat the Mets 2-1.
The Mets got a stellar outing from young flamethrower Noah Syndergaard. The hard throwing right-hander struck out 12 Marlins in his 7 innings and only allowed 1 earned run...
Mets Fall In WS Rematch Opener
The 2016 MLB season is officially underway after yesterday's games. The biggest game of the day was the World Series rematch between the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals.
The Royals once again showed why they are the champs as they defeated the Mets 4-3...
Mets to Give Away Replica Championship Ring on 5/29
Even though the New York Mets didn't win the World Series in 2015, they are going to do a great job of honoring their World Series history in 2016.
The Mets will wear throwback jerseys from the 1986 season at various times this year and on May 29th, they will be giving away this replica champion…
Matt Harvey is OK, Will Pitch Sunday
Relax, New York Met fans: Ace pitcher Matt Harvey is all set to pitch opening day after a mysterious non-baseball ailment was reported on Monday.
Harvey had a blood clot in his bladder which he said was caused by not using the restroom as frequently as he should have...
Royals to Double-Down on Mets Insults (AUDIO)
After the Kansas Jayhawks' convincing win over Maryland in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, they certainly appear to be a worthy championship contender.
Before that game, we brought in radio host Danny Parkins in Kansas City to ask him how good he thinks KU is and if he trusts head coach Bil…
Best Batman & Superman In Sports
Nicknames are synonymous in sports. We have "Megatron," "Captain Clutch,' 'King James.' It's just the culture we live in today where we identify athletes by their nicknames.
With the movie "Batman vs. Superman" being released yesterday,…
Report: Mets Place Tejada on Waivers
The Mets appear ready to part ways with infielder Ruben Tejada in a somewhat-surprising move.
"By cutting Tejada more than 15 days before Opening Day, the Mets would be freed from paying five-sixths of Tejada's salary. They would only be responsible for $500,000," says Rubin...

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