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Mike Piazza 9/11 jersey sale could lead to public display

JEFF ZELEVANSKY/AP Mike Piazza rounds first after a home run in the eighth inning against the Braves at Shea Stadium back on Sept. 21, 2001, the first baseball game in New York after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Ken Goldin has ...

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Mets call up righthander Rafael Montero from Las Vegas

John Raoux/AP Rafael Montero makes five appearances for Mets in majors last season. Righthander Rafael Montero is on his way to New York from Triple-A Las Vegas, but the Mets aren’t expected to activate the 25-year-old until Wednesday, according to ...

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Jacob deGrom’s wife gives birth to couple’s first child

Julie Jacobson/AP Jacob deGrom’s first child Jaxon Anthony was born Monday night in Florida. The Mets have not yet decided if Jacob deGrom will be headed to the disabled list. Manager Terry Collins said before Tuesday night’s game against the ...

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Matz digs Mets hole they can't climb out of, lose to Marlins

Kathy Willens/AP Mets pitcher Steven Matz has a disastrous season debut as he is knocked out of the game in the second inning by the Miami Marlins. Both Steven Matz and Terry Collins declined to say the southpaw’s long layoff ...

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Jacob deGrom heads to Florida for birth of first child

deBaby is on its way. Starting pitcher Jacob deGrom left the Mets Monday afternoon around 3 p.m. when he got the call that his wife is getting ready to have the couple’s first child. “The baby’s coming,” Terry Collins said ...

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Yankees’ series finale at Tigers postponed due to weather

DETROIT — Joe Girardi insisted he had no problems letting Masahiro Tanaka pitch in freezing conditions on regular rest. We’ll never find out how the Yankees ace would have handled the situation, however, as their Sunday night game against the ...

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Cespedes homers but Mets fall short in 5-2 loss to Phillies

Seth Wenig/AP Matt Harvey allowed three earned runs and six hits in six innings against the Phillies. Fans are swooning over Yoenis Cespedes again, at least for now, at least for one at-bat. But that doesn’t mean things have gotten ...

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Mets Insider: Jacob deGrom’s right lat is ‘still sore’

Julie Jacobson/AP Jacob deGrom’s right late was still bothering him Saturday. There wasn’t much of an update on Jacob deGrom’s lat injury Saturday afternoon, a little more than 24 hours after he was removed from the Mets’ home opener Friday ...

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Harper: Enough with the rules and pitch counts

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Dave Roberts (l.) takes out Ross Stripling with a no-hitter going due to rookie reaching 100 pitches in debut. In the space of an hour or so late Friday night, two games turned on decisions that reflected ...

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Yankees bats go cold in 4-0 loss to Tigers

DETROIT – The winter-like weather finally froze the Yankees’ bats. The Bombers had little trouble scoring runs during their three-game set at a frigid Yankee Stadium, but Jordan Zimmermann shut them down Friday at Comerica Park, leading the Tigers to ...

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