Mets News

  • Duda's two-run homer caps Mets' rally in ninth

    It looked like another tepid night of offense would spoil a Zack Wheeler gem and hand the Mets their second straight loss. Instead, a late comeback off Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez led the Mets to a 3-2 win at Miller Park.

  • Elbow discomfort sends Dice-K to New York

    After experiencing discomfort in his elbow during his outing Thursday night, Daisuke Matsuzaka was back in New York on Friday afternoon getting checked out by team doctors.

  • Flores providing depth behind Tejada at shortstop

    After being called up to fill in for Ruben Tejada on Thursday, Wilmer Flores found himself back on the Mets' bench for Friday's matchup with the Brewers.

  • Mets win challenge on play at first in eighth

    Mets manager Terry Collins won a challenge in the eighth inning of Friday's game that extended the inning and chased Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo from the game.

  • Niese sets out to gain series advantage against Brewers

    With the series even at one game each, the Brewers will turn to Wily Peralta on Saturday against the Mets' Jon Niese at Miller Park.

  • Mets' bats stymied by Brewers in Gee's rocky outing

    Dillon Gee struggled for a second straight start, the Mets offense continued to struggle, and the convergence of the two trends produced a blowout loss for the Mets in Milwaukee on Thursday night.

  • Mets call up Flores, send down Nieuwenhuis

    Lacking a true utility infielder on their bench, the Mets recalled Wilmer Flores from Triple-A Las Vegas and sent down outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis on Thursday.

  • Mets' Tejada sits as precaution after getting hit in head

    Though Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada was out of the Mets lineup Thursday, manager Terry Collins said it was simply a precaution a day after Tejada was struck in the helmet by a 94-mph Taijuan Walker fastball.

  • Mets lose replay challenge in 7th against Brewers

    Mets manager Terry Collins lost a challenge in the seventh inning of Thursday night's game against Milwaukee that kept his leadoff hitter from reaching base.

  • Colon flirts with perfection as Mets down M's

    Bartolo Colon has defied the odds in his late-career renaissance, and right now the Mets are reaping the spoils. Taking a perfect game into the seventh inning Wednesday at Safeco Field, Colon settled for 7 1/3 strong innings in a 3-2 win over the Mariners with the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline -- and all its implications -- looming over him.

  • Tejada OK after getting hit in helmet

    The baseball scuff on Ruben Tejada's batting helmet offered a tangible reminder of how lucky he was. In a frightening moment during Wednesday's 3-2 Mets win over the Mariners, Tejada crumpled to the ground after a 94-mph Taijuan Walker fastball struck him in the helmet.

  • deGrom making surprising case for NL ROY

    After Jacob deGrom reeled off seven more strong innings in Tuesday's win over the Mariners, Mets manager Terry Collins noted that deGrom has "numbers to match up any rookie in the league."

  • Mariners lose challenge early; Mets win one

    Seattle lost a challenge in the first inning, and the Mets won one in the eighth inning of Wednesday's 3-2 Mets win over the Mariners at Safeco Field.

  • Duda, other Mets thriving from winter workout

    It is perhaps little coincidence that while Mets first baseman Lucas Duda enjoys a breakout year, Ruben Tejada is somewhat unexpectedly holding down the starting job at shortstop. Both took part in the Mets' independently-run fitness camp this winter in Michigan.

  • deGrom pads RoY resume in win vs. Mariners

    Jacob deGrom, who is approaching an innings load that may cause the Mets to start tapering off the rookie righty's use, delivered yet another solid outing in a 3-1 win over the Mariners on Tuesday night.

  • Mets' Rice faces career-threatening surgery

    Among the Mets' most inspirational stories last year, Scott Rice's fairy tale has reached at least a temporary end. The Mets announced that Rice will undergo surgery on Wednesday to remove a bone spur from his left elbow, ending his season.

  • Mets' top prospect Syndergaard flirts with shutout

    Noah Syndergaard, the Mets' top prospect, threw 6 1/3 dominant innings in Triple-A Las Vegas' 4-0 win over Tacoma in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Tuesday.