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The New York Mets defeated the Atlanta Braves 12-2 on Friday night at Turner Field. They immediately put up four runs in the first inning against pitcher Derek Lowe. Chris Capuano gave back two of those runs in his first two frames, but settled down to pitch five solid innings. The Mets had twenty hits in the ballgame, as five batters came through with at least three hits. With the victory, they snap a six-game losing streak.

Wright turns his frustration into homeruns.

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The New York Mets were defeated by the Chicago Cubs in a 10-6 loss in eleven innings. The Mets were down early but rallied in the later inning, eventually tying it up 4-4 in the bottom of the eighth. They had a chance to walk-off in the bottom of the ninth with the bases loaded and one out, but failed to do so. David Wright came to the plate with the bases full and two outs in the tenth inning only to fly out. Then it all crumbled as the Mets pitching surrendered six runs in the top of the eleventh. They fall to 71-75 on the season with 16 games left to play.

Picture perfect moment between John Franco and Mike Piazza during the 9/11 anniversary ceremony.

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Join this LiveBlog event where NYSOS meets with BuzzOnBroad to discuss tonight’s game featuring the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies. BuzzOnBroad is very similar to NYSOS but it covers all of Philadelphia’s sports teams. This is your opportunity to interact with NYSOS Mets writers–Joe Cohen and myself–and ask us any questions.

 

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The New York Mets defeated the San Diego Padres in walk-off fashion on Monday night. With runners on second and third and one out, Lucas Duda singled in the tying and winning runs to put the Mets over the Padres 9-8. The rally came against ex-Met Heath Bell, who had also given up an RBI single to David Wright. The Mets currently sit at 57-57 on the season with the victory.

Willie Harris applies the celebratory whipped cream pie to Lucas Duda's face.

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Due to persistent rain in the New York area, the Mets/Marlins game has been postponed to July 18th. The Mets are hoping to get a game going tomorrow night against the Washington Nationals, but ominous weather looms all week.

In the meantime, figure out who to replace David Wright with on your fantasy team. He’s heading to the DL…

These guys are joining the club again.

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Roster Moves Since Yesterday:

 


 

The New York Mets defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in a 6-3 victory Friday night. The win puts them at a record of 14-18 on the season. The Mets look to make it a winning streak tomorrow night against LA.

 

Reyes thinking “Gotta Get My Engine Going”

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The New York Mets extended their winning streak to five games with a 6-4 victory over the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. Relief pitching bailed Chris Young out of a shortened start and the bats continued to showcase their strengths. The Mets record currently sits at 10-13 as they inch their way closer to a .500 record.

Chin up, Murph! You're doing great.

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The New York Mets were blown out by the Florida Marlins 10-3 on Monday night. They are now 4-7 against the Fish. R.A. Dickey took his first loss of the season, bringing his record to 6-1.

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The New York Mets were defeated by the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 Friday night. A game that looked like it might be spectacular turned into a nightmare ninth inning, as the struggling Brewers beat the Mets in walk-off fashion.

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The New York Mets triumphed against the New York Yankees with a 6-4 win on Sunday night. The Mets bats came alive tonight, while Johan Santana pitched the Mets to a series victory.

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