9/16/2014 | Gee looks build on recent stretch in finale
When Dillon Gee takes to the Citi Field mound Wednesday night against the Marlins opposite righty Henderson Alvarez, he'll try to continue to inch back toward the first-half effectiveness that has eluded him in recent months. Alvarez is enjoying a breakout year, but has been hampered lately by injuries.
9/16/2014 | Mets have no plans to change logo
Despite an altered logo appearing on the Mets' official Twitter and Facebook pages earlier this week, the team has not changed -- and has no plans to change -- a logo that has gone largely unaltered over the past 52 years.
9/16/2014 | Selig backs Mets' approach for building team
Commissioner Bud Selig expressed support for Mets chairman Fred Wilpon and COO Jeff Wilpon on multiple matters Tuesday, including the team's payroll.
9/16/2014 | MLB announces Clemente Award nominees
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced on Tuesday the names of the 30 club nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet, and fan voting will begin Wednesday, Roberto Clemente Day, to help decide who succeeds Carlos Beltran as the winner of the prestigious community honor handed out annually at the World Series.
9/15/2014 | In smaller Citi outfield, would grass be greener?
The Mets are reportedly considering moving in their outfield fences for next season. But that move would have consequences both offensively and defensively.
9/15/2014 | Eovaldi, Colon look to bounce back from rough starts
Considering the Marlins have been above the Mets in the standings almost all season, it's interesting that both teams now find themselves fighting for third place in the National League East. They'll play their penultimate matchup of the year on Tuesday in New York, with starters Nathan Eovaldi and Bartolo Colon squaring off.
9/15/2014 | deGrom opens game with eight K's to tie MLB record
Jacob deGrom's improbable rookie season continued on Monday against the Marlins, when he tied Major League baseball's modern-day record by striking out each of the first eight batters he faced.
9/15/2014 | Black temporarily shut down with rotator cuff strain
Vic Black has a mild rotator cuff strain -- or, as general manager Sandy Alderson called it, "normal fatigue." As a result, the Mets are shutting him down for 5-6 days before trying to ramp him up again in an effort to allow the right-hander to pitch in another game this season.
9/15/2014 | Alderson praises Collins' performance, team's improvement
General manager Sandy Alderson plans to sit down with manager Terry Collins this weekend in Atlanta and discuss, among other things, the manager's future in Flushing. Yet Alderson's comments on Monday left little intrigue for Collins, who remains under guaranteed contract for one more season.
9/15/2014 | Sharp Harvey touches 95 mph in simulated game
For the first time in over a year, Matt Harvey climbed atop Citi Field's main pitching mound on Monday afternoon, toed the rubber and began firing. It was the final throwing session of the season for Harvey.
9/15/2014 | Bullpen can't hold lead on deGrom's record night
Jacob deGrom struck out the first eight batters he faced and fanned 13 in all, but a big seventh inning wasn't enough as the Marlins rallied to defeat the Mets, 6-5, at Citi Field on Monday night.
9/14/2014 | Promising youngsters set to meet at Citi Field
The Marlins will send Jarred Cosart to the mound against the Mets' Jacob deGrom in the opener of a three-game set in New York on Monday.
9/14/2014 | Niese, Mets upended by late Nationals homer
Jon Niese struck out seven Nationals on Sunday, but was undone by Wilson Ramos' two-run homer in the seventh inning of the series finale, as the Mets lost, 3-0, at Citi Field.
9/14/2014 | Eveland finished for the season
Dana Eveland's season is over. The left-handed reliever, who has been battling elbow inflammation as of late and pitched only once this month, will head home to California on Sunday to begin his offseason and a rehabilitation program.
9/13/2014 | Black set to see doctor for sore right shoulder
Mets right-hander Vic Black will see a doctor on Sunday morning for what the reliever called "shoulder soreness." "We have a few concerns there," manager Terry Collins said following Saturday night's 10-3 loss to the Nationals at Citi Field.
9/13/2014 | Montero moving back to duty in Mets' bullpen
Rafael Montero is headed to the bullpen again. The 23-year-old rookie right-hander, who earned his first Major League win on Wednesday, will serve as an additional relief arm for the time being, according to manager Terry Collins.
9/13/2014 | Former Major Leaguer Frank Torre dies at 82
Former Milwaukee Braves and Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Frank Torre died on Saturday. He was 82. The brother of Hall of Famer Joe Torre, Frank Torre played seven years in the Major Leagues and won the 1957 World Series with Milwaukee.
9/13/2014 | Nats employ Zimmermann in their playoff chase
Jordan Zimmermann and the Nationals will seek a series victory and to inch closer to playoff spot when they take on Jon Niese and the Mets on Sunday at Citi Field.
9/13/2014 | Wheeler, Mets knocked around by Nats' bats
Wilmer Flores belted a two-run homer, but Zack Wheeler gave up six runs in just four innings as the Mets dropped a 10-3 decision to the Nationals on Saturday night at Citi Field.
9/13/2014 | Nats will be watching scoreboard as they face Mets
Doug Fister will try to shrink the Nationals' magic number when he takes the mound opposite fellow righty Zack Wheeler on Saturday.
9/12/2014 | Binghamton wins Eastern League title
Binghamton walked off with a 2-1 victory over Richmond on Friday to sweep of the best-of-five series.
9/12/2014 | d'Arnaud's double helps Mets snap Nats' Citi streak
On Friday, for the first time in more than 14 months, the Mets beat the Nationals at Citi Field with a 4-3 win. Two hits -- a bases-clearing double by Travis d'Arnaud and an RBI double by Juan Lagares -- drove in all four Mets runs.
9/12/2014 | Two reviews go visitors' way in Nats-Mets
For the second time this week, the orange line at the top of Citi Field's left-field wall created a moment of confusion, resulting in the first of two reviews over the course of several minutes that went in the Nationals' favor.
9/12/2014 | C. Young's success with Yanks doesn't surprise Collins
Count Terry Collins among those unsurprised by Chris Young's resurgence on the other side of town.
9/12/2014 | Murphy won't let plunked wrist impede goals
Both Daniel Murphy and Terry Collins are hopeful that one night off will be enough for Murphy to rest his left wrist, which was hit by a pitch on Thursday, but it could ultimately take a game or two longer than that.
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