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Michael Conforto is lone Mets representative in All-Star Game

In a truly fitting development, the Mets’ only All-Star — for now — is currently on the disabled list. Michael Conforto, who landed on the 10-day DL Saturday because of a bruised left hand, will represent the Mets at the ...

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Mets suspend Matt Harvey three days for violating team rules

Matt Harvey has been suspended for three days without pay for violating club rules, Sandy Alderson announced Sunday. Harvey will not start Sunday, as scheduled. Alderson did not take questions and did not say what Harvey was suspended for. Lefty ...

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Bartolo Colon won’t re-sign with Mets, agrees to deal with Braves

Citi Field’s love affair with Bartolo Colon is likely coming to an end with the news Friday morning that the 43-year-old has agreed to a free-agent deal with the Atlanta Braves. The one-year contract is worth $ 12.5 million, the ...

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Mets’ Yoenis Cespedes reportedly plans to opt out of contract

Waiting worked last winter, so the Mets seem ready to do that again with slugger Yoenis Cespedes. An online report by the website Today’s Knuckleball Wednesday night said that Cespedes plans to exercise his option to get out of his ...

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Doc Gooden's ex pens letter urging Mets legend to quit drugs

Dear Dwight, I really hope that one day you realize how much I love and care about you. I have so much love and respect for you as a human being. I credit you for helping me save my life. ...

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Mehta: Just Amazin’ how stupid, ignorant Mets can be

JEFF ZELEVANSKY/ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Piazza rounds the bases on his two-run home run in the eighth inning against the Atlanta Braves in New York on Sept. 21, 2001. The Mets have exhibited a rare blend of stupidity and short-sightedness that ...

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Mehta: Just Amazin’ how stupid, ignorant Mets can be

JEFF ZELEVANSKY/ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Piazza rounds the bases on his two-run home run in the eighth inning against the Atlanta Braves in New York on Sept. 21, 2001. The Mets have exhibited a rare blend of stupidity and short-sightedness that ...

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Verrett excellent, Yoenis avoids injury as Mets top Marlins

Elsa/Getty Images Logan Verrett fills in for Jacob deGrom on Wednesday. As one presidential candidate would say, “It was Yuuuuge.” With slugger Yoenis Cespedes risking limbs and fans’ lives diving for an uncatchable foul ball and Terry Collins managing his ...

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Mr. Met loves the Mets, ring or no NL Championship ring

Bryan Smith/ZUMA24.com Steven Boldis — no longer the man behind the mask in this Nov. 30 photo — said he loved being inside the world famous mascot’s big head for 12 years. Mr. Met is still a fan of the ...

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Light explosion at Citi Field rattles fans before Mets game

Kathy Willens/AP The Mets brushed off the light explosion as no big deal. No fans were injured, and the Rotunda re-opened soon after it was closed. Citi Field fans suffered rattled nerves but no injuries Saturday after a minor explosion ...

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