6/23/2016 | Blair seeks 1st MLB win facing Matz, Mets
On Friday night at Turner Field in a rematch with New York and Steven Matz, Aaron Blair will make his 11th attempt at notching his first Major League win.
6/23/2016 | Garcia's go-ahead blast vaults Braves past Mets
The Braves continued both their mastery of the Mets and their overall surge on Thursday, coming from behind to nab a 4-3 win over New York at Turner Field. Adonis Garcia hit a go-ahead two-run homer off Addison Reed in the eighth inning, giving the Braves their first lead of the night.
6/23/2016 | Mets to have private workout for Gurriel next week
The Mets' flirtation with Cuban free agent Yulieski Gurriel will last at least a bit longer. The team's private workout with Gurriel is scheduled for next week, according to assistant general manager John Ricco, though it is not yet settled if Gurriel will come to Citi Field or the Mets will go to him.
6/23/2016 | Collins apologizes for interaction with Horwitz
Mets manager Terry Collins apologized on Thursday for his interaction with longtime vice president of media relations Jay Horwitz, who urged Collins after Wednesday's game to share injury news about Noah Syndergaard. Collins called Horwitz a "puppy dog," told reporters that Syndergaard was headed to the hospital for testing, then walked off without taking questions.
6/23/2016 | Mets keep Thor penciled in for next start
Noah Syndergaard, whose MRI revealed nothing more than right elbow inflammation, will start as scheduled Monday against the Nationals. And Yoenis Cespedes, who has a mild left wrist sprain, could return to the starting lineup as soon as Friday.
6/23/2016 | Mets prospect Rosario promoted to Binghamton
The Mets on Thursday promoted No. 2 prospect Amed Rosario to Double-A Binghamton, after the shortstop hit .309 with three homers and eight triples in 66 games for Class A Advanced St. Lucie. The Mets originally inked Rosario to a $1.75 million deal as a 16-year-old back in 2012.
6/23/2016 | Fans must start voting now to get in all 35 ballots
The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is down to its final week, and here are 10 important things to know as you continue deciding starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego.
6/23/2016 | Turner, Glasnow among top prospect performers Wednesday
Trea Turner can do it all, and he put the bulk of his skill set on display in Triple-A Syracuse's 6-4 win over Pawtucket on Wednesday. Turner, hitting .292 in 67 games, drew two walks and went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple and three RBIs.
6/22/2016 | Wheeler MRI reveals nerve irritation, elbow joint OK
Within a month of his anticipated return to the big leagues, Zack Wheeler dodged a significant setback in his rehab from Tommy John surgery.
6/22/2016 | A game of 1sts for Reynolds proves memorable
Matt Reynolds' first game in left field came and went without any trouble. Wearing injured Mets outfielder Juan Lagares' glove, Reynolds caught a couple of fly balls, and even nearly threw a runner out at second base. At the plate, though, Reynolds made a big impact, smacking a 1-0 fastball in the sixth inning into the right-field bullpen, providing the decisive blow in the Mets' 4-3 win over the Royals on Wednesday afternoon. It was his first career home run.
6/22/2016 | Syndergaard has no damage in elbow, should avoid DL
Noah Syndergaard, who left Wednesday's 4-3 Mets win after six innings due to right elbow discomfort, has no structural damage and isn't expected to be placed on the disabled list, the Mets announced.
6/22/2016 | Cespedes day to day with mild wrist sprain
Seemingly losing a player to the training room every day, the Mets suffered a troubling injury when outfielder Yoenis Cespedes left Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Royals in the sixth inning due to left wrist discomfort. Cespedes did not fly with his teammates to Atlanta, traveling instead to Manhattan for an examination by team orthopedist Dr. David Altchek.
6/22/2016 | Cespedes holding off competition for 3rd OF spot
Yoenis Cespedes' resurgent June not only has him back among the league leaders in home runs, but also holding steady in his bid to start an All-Star Game for the first time in his career.
6/22/2016 | Mets use clutch HRs to back Thor, edge KC
Uncomfortable elements threatened the Mets all homestand at Citi Field, where the hosts suffered a series sweep over the weekend, then faced the prospect of a two-game set against their American League nemeses: the defending World Series champion Royals. It all seemed plenty daunting until the Mets went out and reversed course with a series sweep of their own, finishing off Kansas City on Wednesday with a come-from-behind, 4-3 win.
6/22/2016 | Harvey, Wisler square off in Atlanta for opener
The red-hot Braves, whose six-game win streak was snapped Wednesday, look to bounce back as they open a four-game set with the Mets at Turner Field on Thursday at 7:10 p.m. ET.
6/22/2016 | Thumb on the mend, Bartolo on track for start
A day after a comebacker struck Bartolo Colon on the right hand, knocking him out of Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Royals in the first inning, the swelling in Colon's thumb had lessened significantly. It was enough for the Mets to pencil Colon in for his scheduled start Sunday in Atlanta.
6/22/2016 | NL All-Star races to be decided in final days
Close races remain in the National League at catcher, second base, third base and shortstop nearing the final week of voting in the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, as fans decide starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 in San Diego.
6/22/2016 | Robles' career night sets tone for bullpen's heroics
Terry Collins sped through the list of options. His starter, Bartolo Colon, exited Tuesday night's game with a bruised thumb after retiring one batter, leaving the Mets' manager to think quickly for a replacement one out into the series opener with the Royals at Citi Field.
6/21/2016 | Homers, bullpen's 8 2/3 help Mets edge Royals
With Bartolo Colon forced to leave after Whit Merrifield led off Tuesday night's game by ripping a liner off the pitcher's right thumb, Hansel Robles jogged to the mound. Robles and the rest of the Mets' bullpen held strong for 8 2/3 innings, holding Kansas City to six hits to help New York capture the series opener, 2-1.
6/21/2016 | Rested Thor meets Duffy, Royals in matinee
It'll come one day later than expected, but the Royals will grapple with the stiff task of knocking off electric Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard on Wednesday afternoon at Citi Field.
6/21/2016 | Colon out in 1st after liner; X-rays negative on thumb
Four pitches into Tuesday's 2-1 Mets win over the Royals, a hush fell over those Citi Field fans who were not still in concession lines or spilling off the subway. Whit Merrifield lined a fastball at 97 mph back to the pitcher's mound, where it struck off Bartolo Colon's right thumb and fell to the turf.
6/21/2016 | Mets schedule exam for Wheeler after setback
Roughly a month shy of Zack Wheeler's scheduled return from Tommy John surgery, the Mets have temporarily shut the right-hander down due to right elbow discomfort. Wheeler is scheduled to fly to New York for an examination on Wednesday by Mets doctors.
6/21/2016 | Mets to hold private workout for Gurriel
As they continue to search for worthwhile additions to their stagnant lineup, the Mets are among the teams harboring interest in Cuban free agent Yulieski Gurriel. The team will hold a private workout for Gurriel, general manager Sandy Alderson said.
6/21/2016 | Mets, 1st-rounder Dunn reach deal
The Mets have signed 2016 first-round Draft pick Justin Dunn, a right-handed pitcher out of Boston College who was selected No. 19 overall.
6/21/2016 | Mets put Henderson on DL, recall Gilmartin
Mets reliever Jim Henderson, who returned to the Majors this year following a second shoulder surgery, is back on the disabled list with an injury in that joint. The Mets placed Henderson on the DL before Tuesday's game and recalled left-hander Sean Gilmartin, who had been starting games for Triple-A Las Vegas.
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