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Pete Alonso’s record-breaking day helps Mets rout A’s

OAKLAND, Calif. — Pete Alonso wasn’t subtle in setting the Mets’ single-season RBI record on Sunday. There was his no-doubt home run in the fourth inning that gave him the record, moving him ahead of Mike Piazza and David Wright. But Alonso kept going, banging a shot off the right-field fence with the bases loaded …

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Francisco Lindor’s grand slam propels Mets to comeback win

MILWAUKEE — Francisco Lindor spent much of Tuesday’s pregame on the clubhouse couch huddled under a blanket, resembling somebody who might have celebrated too much the previous night. But the star shortstop was wide awake and full of energy when the Mets needed him most. Lindor smashed a go-ahead grand slam in the seventh inning …

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Jerry Seinfeld blames Timmy Trumpet for Mets’ recent ‘bad mojo’

Jerry Seinfeld was not a fan of Timmy Trumpet’s live performance of “Narco” at Citi Field last week. The famed comedian took to Instagram, responding to an SNY post about the Mets being tied with the Braves atop the NL East after Tuesday’s action, blaming the standings situation on Trumpet’s performance as closer Edwin Diaz …

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Mets fall into first-place tie with Braves after loss to Pirates

PITTSBURGH — Make room for the new (unwelcome) co-inhabitants to the NL East penthouse. After keeping the Braves in the rear view for the first 135 games this season, the Mets again lost to a last-place team, 8-2 to the Pirates on Tuesday, and hours later were hit with the sobering reality that first place …

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New York Mets’ Max Scherzer leaves after 5 innings due to ‘fatigue’ on left side

New York Mets right-hander Max Scherzer left his start earlier than expected Saturday against the Washington Nationals because he felt “fatigued” on his left side, the team said. Scherzer lasted just five innings and 67 pitches, departing with the score tied 1-1. The Nats went on to win 7-1. Scherzer said afterward that it was …

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New York Mets ace Max Scherzer Leaves Game With Apparent Injury

Not a great sign. New York Mets ace Max Scherzer left Saturday night’s game against the Washington Nationals with an apparent injury. After throwing 67 pitches across five innings, Scherzer was seen walking back into the clubhouse with pitching coach Jeremy Hefner and a trainer following behind him. right hander Tommy Hunter came on in …

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