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NEW YORK -- The New York Mets got another impressive pitching performance by their starter, but the St. Louis Cardinals countered with a better one, allowing their slumping offense to find itself in a late comeback win. The Cardinals bullpen then barely held off the Mets as St. Louis salvaged the final game of the four-game series with a 5-4 win Monday. The Mets trailed 5-3 after Allen Craig hit a two-run homer in the top of the eighth off reliever Jon Rauch but squeezed back within one in the bottom of the inning. Josh Thole led off the eighth with a pinch-single and Kirk Nieuwenhuis followed with a one-out double against Eduardo Sanchez to put runners on second and third. Andres Torres then made it 5-4 with a sacrifice fly, but Jason Motte came on to get David Wright on a fly to right to end the inning. Motte pitched a perfect ninth to earn his ninth save. Kyle Lohse shut the Mets down on two hits through six innings, allowing the struggling Cardinals hitters to finally ...
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The Mets have a lot of pitchers in their system that seem to succeed despite being later draft picks. Collin McHugh is one such example. Drafted in the 18th round of the 2008 draft, McHugh left college for the big leagues.
When I look back at McHugh’s time with the Mets it’s hard for me to find too much to fault. He signed quickly and played in Rookie Ball back in 2008...
Last night, the Mets announced that comedian Bill Maher is now a new limited partner with the Mets after purchasing a minority stake in the team.
“I think it’s a great investment,” Maher said. “I think it’s a great team that I’ve been rooting for since they came into existence, which was soon after I came into existence.”
Our senior staff writer, Jim Mancari, covered...
The best story in baseball this season, keeps getting better. Sure, I’m a biased Mets fan. But I want to meet the real baseball zealot that isn’t grinning ear-to-ear at and pulling for one R.A. Dickey to continue his dominant early run. At this point in sports, there are few folks I’m happier to seeing having success – for so many reasons.
Come by and chat about today’s finale against the Cardinals at 1:00 PM!
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Jon Rauch has debris in his elbow, and will miss this series against the Nationals, according to Adam Rubin ESPN New York.
The Mets will not currently place him on the DL.
Honestly, not a huge loss at this point. However, it’s one less pitcher in your bullpen, and Mets starting pitchers aren’t going to go 7+ innings everyday. So it’s critically important that Rauch gets healthy...
Come by and chat about tonight’s ESPN game with the Cardinals!
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The Mets open a nine-game road trip tonight in Washington D.C. where they’ll begin a three-game set with the National League East leading Nationals. Just a half game separates the Mets and Nats in the standings, so the outcome of this series will have an impact on how the division looks going forward in June. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. and the game can be seen on SNY...
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The New York Mets will take on the St. Louis Cardinals today at Citi Field. The Mets will try to complete a four-game sweep over the Cardinals. First pitch will be at 1:10 PM EDT.
Today’s Mets Lineup:
Monday #Mets lineup vs. Cards: Nieuwenhuis-LF, Torres-CF, Wright-3B, Duda-RF, Murphy-2B, Davis-1B, Quintanilla-SS, Nickeas-C, Gee-RHP
— New York Mets (@Mets) June 4, 2012
Well, this pretty much ends Johan Santana no-hitter penis gate.
@BobsBlitz anyone notice Thurs Mets/Nats pitching matchup?? espn.go.com/mlb/schedule— Michael (@Giaco30) June 5, 2012
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The New York Mets (31-24) will kick-off a three-game series tonight against the Nationals (30-22) at Nationals Park in Washington D.C..First pitch will be at 7:05 PM EDT.
Tonight’s lineups, thanks to Kevin Burkhardt’s picture of tonight’s lineup card:
Tonight’s Pitching Probables:
Chris Young (1-0, 1.88 ERA in 2011) will start for the Mets.
Jordan Zimmermann (3-5, 2.80...
Baseball was too easy playing it the normal way, so David Freese decided to up the difficulty level. Didn’t eat it horribly, but it’s Shane Victorino, and he fell, so it’s worth it. I can see using this GIF of Don Mattingly quite a bit. It’s addictive