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Bud Selig has high praise for Wilpons and how they run the Mets

Bud Selig monitors every major-league franchise to ensure it is operating in the best interests of baseball, but his view of the low-budget, big-market Mets clearly is at odds with that of fans critical of frugal owners Fred and Jeff Wilpon. Known for his cozy relationship with the Wilpons, the outgoing commissioner Tuesday practically described […]

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Mets closer Jenrry Mejia not bothered if celebrations offend opponents

When Mets closer Jenrry Mejia finishes off an opponent he has been known to hold his own little mound celebration. Sometimes it’s been a little dance but more often lately he’s taken to breaking something imaginary over his leg after recording the final out of a game. On Friday night after the Mets defeated the […]

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Mets snap bizarre 12-game home losing streak to Nats

Jenrry Mejia stomped on the grass and crossed his arms, part of what has become his routine celebration after a save. And this time he added an extra flourish, motioning as if he were reeling in a fish. Sports stories from Newsday

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Mets win fourth straight game as Rafael Montero snags first win

Only the Mets could overshadow tying their own season-high winning streak. The Mets beat the Rockies 2-0 Wednesday for just their fifth series sweep and have won seven out of their last eight, but that will not be the headline Thursday morning. New York News – NY Daily News

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Former Mets exec claims in suit she was fired for having baby out of wedlock

A former senior executive for the Mets was “humiliated” and eventually fired by chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon for having a baby out of wedlock, a new lawsuit filed in Brooklyn federal court Wednesday charged. Sports stories from Newsday

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Jacob deGrom stands out, while Dilson Herrera sits out Mets’ victory over Rockies

Normally, the return to the lineup of an All-Star second baseman with a .301 batting average is a cause for celebration. But the Mets kept the balloons and party streamers in the drawer when Daniel Murphy came off the disabled list to face the Rockies Tuesday night at Citi Field. Sports stories from Newsday

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Mets looking at bridging the gap in Citi Field’s vast rightcenter field

The Mets once again are considering whether to make pitcher-friendly Citi Field a kinder, happier, and cozier place for hitters. Sports stories from Newsday

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Dilson Herrera impresses in Mets’ loss to Reds

Early next week, for the first time since promoting him from Double-A Binghamton, the Mets will face a question that might linger into next season: What comes next for Dilson Herrera? Sports stories from Newsday

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Granderson, Wright come alive and Mets hit 5 HRs in rout of Reds

The Mets staged their most impressive power surge in eight years Friday night, when they bashed five homers in a 14-5 rout of the Reds. Sports stories from Newsday

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David Wright enjoys solid night at the plate as Mets beat Marlins

Though David Wright might not be aware of what the numbers say at any given moment, he can always sense how he feels at the plate. Sports stories from Newsday

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Mets commit six errors in 9-6 loss to Marlins

Terry Collins marched from the dugout to the mound in the eighth inning Monday, his face contorted as he held in his fury. He pressed his hand to his mouth, as if to keep his thoughts from tumbling out. Sports stories from Newsday

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Mets’ quest for 90 wins is over

Bartolo Colon heard boos. Terry Collins heard cheers. It was not what either man wanted to hear. Sports stories from Newsday

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Eric Campbell steals a run, first time Mets pull off feat since 2011

The Mets are having trouble scoring runs – obviously – so why not try something unusual? Surfing the Mets – NY Daily News Blogs

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Short four players, Mets can’t quite catch Braves

The lineup card looked like something out of spring in Port St. Lucie, not summer in New York City. And when Terry Collins was asked why he batted rookie Travis d’Arnaud in the cleanup spot Wednesday night, the Mets manager revealed a hint of resignation. Sports stories from Newsday

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David Wright leaves game early as Mets rout Dodgers, 11-3

Terry Collins was weighing moving David Wright in the lineup, now the Mets manager will have to wonder if the third baseman will be in his lineup anytime soon. New York News – NY Daily News

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