7/26/2015 | LA-Mets series has October feel for Uribe
Juan Uribe gave his new team something to celebrate Sunday, when one swing catapulted the Mets to a 3-2, walk-off victory over the Dodgers at Citi Field. And the two-time World Series champion spiced up the postgame conversation by saying this July series split with first-place Los Angeles had an October feel.
7/26/2015 | deGrom outpitches Greinke during duel
Like many baseball fans, Jacob deGrom had Sunday circled on his calendar. The Mets' upstart ace has spent the last month rubbing shoulders with baseball's best, and he's spent this entire season skyrocketing up the leaderboards to join them. So when Zack Greinke, MLB's ERA leader, had his start switched from Friday to Sunday, deGrom saw another opportunity. He seized it, outdueling Greinke in the Mets' 3-2 win against the Dodgers.
7/26/2015 | Familia hasn't been as automatic in 2nd half
The Mets had been 43-1 when leading after eight innings this year, a testament to how dominant and valuable Jeurys Familia proved himself over the season's first four months. They are 44-1 in such situations after salvaging Sunday's 3-2 win over the Dodgers. That in spite of Familia, who blew his second save of the second half after converting 27 of 29 chances in the first.
7/26/2015 | New Met Uribe hits walk-off single in 10th
Juan Uribe singled off the center-field wall against former teammate Kenley Jansen to score Curtis Granderson with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning on Sunday and give the Mets a 3-2, walk-off win over the Dodgers at Citi Field after they snapped Zack Greinke's scoreless-innings streak at 45 2/3 earlier in the game.
7/26/2015 | Shields, Syndergaard to square off in New York
James Shields will start for the Padres when they face the Mets on Tuesday in New York in the first game of their 10-game road trip. Noah Syndergaard (4-5, 2.97 ERA) will get the start for the Mets in the three-game series.
7/26/2015 | Historic group of greats inducted into Hall of Fame
The Class of 2015 was dominated by three of the greatest pitchers of their era, plus a versatile position player who ended his 20-year career, all with Houston, with 3,060 hits -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.
7/26/2015 | Harvey confident in slider for first time all year
The Mets have promoted prospect Michael Conforto, acquired Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson and made it known that they will explore trades for additional offense during a hectic weekend at Citi Field. But something happened during Saturday's 15-2 win against the Dodgers that may prove more important than anything else to the rest of their season.
7/26/2015 | Mets' 21-hit attack driven by Conforto and Co.
The ball from Michael Conforto's first big league hit rested on the top shelf of his locker late Saturday night following the Mets' 15-2 win against the Dodgers, a present-in-waiting to the rookie's grandfather. The Mets were thrilled for Conforto on his 4-for-4 night, with an RBI and four runs scored. But they were happier still that Conforto had a ridiculous amount of company.
7/25/2015 | Greinke aims to extend scoreless streak
When Zack Greinke flew to Los Angeles on Thursday to witness the birth of his first child, a son named Bode, he threw the Dodgers' rotation into instant flux, put his 43 2/3 scoreless-innings streak on hold and turned the finale of this four-game series at Citi Field into an All-Star Sunday.
7/25/2015 | Mets erupt on offense in rout of Dodgers
The new-look Mets unloaded weeks of offensive frustration Saturday night at Citi Field, pummeling rookie Zach Lee and the Dodgers in a 15-2 victory that featured a pair of their newcomers.
7/25/2015 | d'Arnaud begins rehab assignment
Following days of poor weather in Florida, the Mets moved Travis d'Arnaud's rehab assignment to Double-A Binghamton on Saturday without him ever playing a game at Class A Advanced St. Lucie. It worked -- the weather held and d'Arnaud finished 1-for-3 with a single, catching five innings.
7/25/2015 | Mets exploring trades for additional offense
A day after importing two new bats into his lineup, general manager Sandy Alderson said the Mets are still actively seeking offensive pieces to improve the National League's bottom-ranked offense before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.
7/25/2015 | Collins puts lineup on notice following trade
Mets manager Terry Collins walked into Citi Field before Saturday's 15-2 win against the Dodgers, sought out the underperforming members of his offense and told them they are all officially "on notice."
7/25/2015 | Niese on paternity leave, Mets recall Verrett
With Jon Niese in Ohio celebrating the birth of his second child, Tatum Jeffery, who was born during Friday's game, the Mets made a move on Saturday to replace him for the next three days. The team recalled right-hander Logan Verrett from Triple-A Las Vegas, placing Niese on the paternity leave list.
7/25/2015 | Dodgers to start Lee vs. Mets, Harvey
Zach Lee starts for the Dodgers and Matt Harvey will take the mound for the Mets.
7/24/2015 | Turner haunts former club as LA tops Mets
Justin Turner rapped out three extra-base hits against his old team and rookie Ian Thomas thrived in Zack Greinke's absence on Friday night at Citi Field, as the Dodgers scored a 7-2 victory over a Mets club waiting for its offense to arrive.
7/24/2015 | Niese makes start as wife gives birth
Jon Niese will surely remember Friday night, but he may try forgetting the game, a 7-2 loss to the Dodgers at Citi Field. With his wife, Leah, about to deliver the couple's second child in Toledo, Ohio, Niese spent Thursday afternoon more than 500 miles away unsure if he would even pitch at all.
7/24/2015 | Persistent knee pain lands Cuddyer on DL
When Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer stepped on the treadmill early Friday morning, a patient at Manhattan's Hospital for Special Surgery for the second time in two days, he felt a familiar jab of pain. Shortly after, the Mets officially placed him on the disabled list and called up prospect Michael Conforto, more than three weeks after Cuddyer initially injured his left knee on June 30.
7/24/2015 | Mets get Braves' Uribe, K. Johnson in trade
Stuck among the National League's worst offensive teams for most of this summer, the Mets on Friday saw their season-long hunt for offense finally bear fruit. The club announced late Friday that it has acquired third baseman Juan Uribe, utility man Kelly Johnson and cash from the Braves, in exchange for pitching prospects John Gant and Rob Whalen.
7/24/2015 | Conforto capable of sparking Mets' offense
Mets fans have been clamoring for the team to call up prospect Michael Conforto to help out a lagging offense. It's unfortunate that the wish came to fruition on Friday because of an injury to Michael Cuddyer, but the Mets' first-round Draft pick from 2014 is on his way to New York.
7/24/2015 | d'Arnaud slated to start week-long rehab stint
One offensive boost arrived Friday for the Mets in the form of outfield prospect Michael Conforto. Another should come this weekend in the form of reported trade acquisitions Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson. And yet another will be on the way soon, if it ever stops raining in Florida.
7/24/2015 | Seeking offensive help, Mets call on Conforto
Desperate for offense, the Mets capped weeks of speculation on Friday by calling up No. 3 prospect Michael Conforto from Double-A Binghamton. The team placed Michael Cuddyer on the disabled list to make room, ending the veteran's three-week struggle to play through a left knee injury.
7/24/2015 | Bats unable to back Colon's brilliant start
The Mets mustered three hits against Clayton Kershaw on Thursday night and even put the potential go-ahead runner on base in the seventh inning. But to be at Citi Field was to watch a movie you've caught the ending to again and again.
7/23/2015 | Niese rolling into matchup with LA spot starter
The Dodgers will start rookie left-hander Ian Thomas in place of All-Star righty Zack Greinke on Friday night against the Mets, who counter with Jon Niese at Citi Field.
7/23/2015 | Ker-shutout: LA ace stifles Mets in 3-hit gem
Reigning National League MVP Clayton Kershaw fired a three-hit shutout Thursday night, striking out 11 Mets without a walk in a 3-0 Dodgers win at Citi Field.
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