New York Mets

3rd NL East | 66-64
  • Batting Avg
    .242 AVG
  • Runs
    509 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.65 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    122 HR
  • SNY

    Injuries, inconsistencies defining 2016

    Matthew Cerrone | Snapchat | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | About Me It was bad in 2009, but this season's barrage of injuries is so much worse. The Mets have a talented team, capable of getting to the World Series. Yet, every time we look up, another player is being held out of the lineup or pulled from a game. It's a daily occurrence... For instance, Terry Collins admitted Sunday that he enters every day having no idea who is available and who isn't, especially when it comes to Asdrubal Cabrera, Neil Walker and Yoenis Cespedes. Cespedes did not play Sunday because of his quad, again. Walker missed the game because of his back, again. And, while Cabrera was able to start, he left in the first

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    Who is tonight's starting pitcher, Rafael Montero?

    Mets RHP Rafael Montero will be promoted from Double-A Binghamton and start tonight against the Marlins in place of RHP Jacob deGrom. Montero, 25, went 4-6 with a 7.20 ERA in 16 starts with Triple-A Las Vegas before being demoted to Binghamton, where he was 4-2 with a 1.70 ERA in eight starts. "When he's had time off, he's bounced back and been dominant," Mets manager Terry Collins said of deGrom, when explaining the decision to skip him one time through the rotation. DeGrom later said he sees from video that he is again falling off too far toward first base, which raises his arm slot and makes his pitches flat in the strike zone. "I want to be out there, but I think this will help me in the

  • What’s on Tap: Previewing Monday’s action
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    What’s on Tap: Previewing Monday’s action

    September is nearly here and that means it’s time to focus on the playoff races. A lot of them, like the NL Central and NL East, would require sea change for any current first-place teams to lose their footing. The AL East is another story. The Blue Jays, at 74-56, currently own first place in the division followed by the Red Sox (72-58, 2 GB) and Orioles (71-59, 3 GB). Even the Yankees, who were sellers ahead of the deadline nearly one month ago, can’t be counted out at 67-62, 6.5 games behind. Thankfully, you won’t need the quad-view on MLB.tv to follow, as the Jays and Orioles match up at Camden Yards for the start of a three-game series. Marco Estrada will go for the Jays and Wade Miley will