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Mets amaze fans again, still lose in Miami 6-5

Not tonight, boss. That’s the attitude I had to take with tonight’s Mets loss. Just like during the sweep in Philly, New York treated the other team’s bullpen like a piƱata and came back from a multi-run deficit. However, a … Continue reading

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Mets play 8,000th game in Miami tonight

Yes, the Mets play the franchise’s 8,000th game tonight, and it will be the first they have ever played in Marlins Park. New York shouldn’t feel too out of place, though. The gigantic new digs have frustrated the Miami offense … Continue reading

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Mets get good pitching this weekend, also a pair of wins

Friday night’s bullpen collapse and 5-4 loss to Arizona couldn’t have been very good for Mets morale, but over the course of the next two days, the scraptastic New York club picked itself up and earned a pair of victories. … Continue reading

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Resilient Mets blow leads, win anyway

The Mets won the rubber game in Denver yesterday 6-5 over the Rockies in a wild game that saw the Mets lose leads of 4-0 in the eighth and 5-4 in the tenth before finally pulling through in the eleventh … Continue reading

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Santana, Mets beat Marlins 2-1

The Mets came from behind to fry the fish last night in a 2-1 victory. Johan Santana and Miami’s Josh Johnson both put on incredible performances. In the top of the seventh, the Marlins broke a 0-0 tie when Gaby … Continue reading

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Mets versus Marlins and the return of Reyes

The Mets begin a three-game series with the Miami Marlins tonight at 7:10 PM in a game that the Mets need to win if they want to escape the doldrums that have followed a 7-3 start to the season. Of … Continue reading

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