Yo homers, but deGrom chased in 7th in Mets loss

The Mets couldn’t avoid pitching to Giancarlo Stanton on Sunday afternoon, and the slugger made them pay. Stanton belted a three-run homer in the seventh inning off Jacob deGrom, as the Marlins held on for a 6-4 victory in the series finale at Citi Field. Miami left-hander Adam Conley posted his first career double-digit strikeout game, fanning 11 in seven... more

Flexen’s effort not enough in Mets loss to Marlins

he Mets were determined heading into this weekend’s series with the Marlins not to let Giancarlo Stanton beat them. J.T. Realmuto beat them instead. The Miami catcher crushed a two-run homer in the second inning on Friday, giving the Marlins all the offense they would need in a 3-1 win over the Mets at Citi Field. Mets.com: Read More more

Yankees ride Sevy, Sanchez to Subway sweep

Luis Severino bounced back from the worst start of his career while Gary Sanchez flexed his muscle by driving in five runs, helping the Yankees complete a four-game sweep of this year’s Subway Series with a 7-5 victory over the Mets on Thursday evening at Citi Field. One outing after being rocked for a career-high 10 runs (eight earned) by... more

Gregorius, mighty Judge lift Yankees over Mets

Aaron Judge hit one of the most impressive home runs in Citi Field history and Didi Gregorius delivered a tiebreaking hit as the Yankees defeated the Mets, 5-3, in Subway Series action on Wednesday evening. Judge joined Yoenis Cespedes as the only players to reach the third deck in left field with his American League-leading 37th homer, a titanic fourth-inning... more

Sonny Gray handcuffs Mets for 1st win with Yankees

Sonny Gray hurled six-plus solid innings to pick up his first win in pinstripes and Aroldis Chapman survived a bumpy ninth inning as the Yankees defeated the Mets, 5-4, on Tuesday evening, concluding the Yankee Stadium portion of the Subway Series. Backed by homers from Jacoby Ellsbury and Gary Sanchez, Gray made his first home start since being acquired by... more

Yankees down Mets on late HR in Subway Series opener

Aaron Judge, Aaron Hicks and Gary Sanchez all connected for the 40th home runs of their Major League careers on Monday evening, powering the Yankees to a much-needed 4-2 victory over the Mets in the opening game of this year’s Subway Series. Judge tied the game in the sixth, launching his American League-leading 36th homer off Rafael Montero, and Hicks... more

Granderson’s HR, 3 RBIs lead Mets past Phillies on Sunday

Through the turbulence of mounting losses, multiple trades and near-daily clubhouse turnover, few Mets have provided more stability than Curtis Granderson. Playing out what are likely to be his final weeks with the Mets, Granderson hit a two-run homer Sunday, collected three hits, drove in three runs and scored three himself in a 6-2 win over the Phillies. “He comes... more

Rosario’s 1st big league HR wins it for Mets in Philly

It was Amed Rosario’s first, and he made it count. On the day Mets No. 2 prospect Dominic Smith debuted, it was Rosario, their No. 1 prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, who stole the show. Just minutes after the Phillies climbed back to tie the game in the eighth, Rosario smacked his first career big league homer, a go-ahead shot in... more

Long ball, longhair power Mets in rout of Phillies

Mets center fielder Michael Conforto already looks at home in the cleanup spot. Conforto started in the No. 4 spot for the first time this season in Thursday night’s 10-0 victory over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. He worked a two-out walk and scored in the first inning, then hit a three-run home run off the left-field foul pole... more

Flores goes deep, but Montero struggles in loss

The Rangers’ post-All-Star struggles may have hurt their standing amongst contenders, but Texas proved Wednesday that it still has plenty of life. Behind Martin Perez’s resurgent start and Joey Gallo’s continued otherworldliness, the Rangers pounded out a 5-1 win over the Mets to secure a 3-3 road trip through Minnesota and New York. In so doing, the Rangers moved within... more

Mets rally, but fall on bases-loaded walk in 9th

The dramatic walk-off walk Nolan Arenado drew Thursday to give his Rockies a 5-4 victory over the Mets occurred amid postseason implications and in front of 35,276 screaming fans at Coors Field. Yet it took Arenado back to carefree family days. “On the Wiffle ball field with my cousins, for sure, I had a couple walk-off walks,” Arenado said. “They... more

Bruce homers, but Mets fall on walk-off hit

Charlie Blackmon crashed into the center-field wall to rob Asdrubal Cabrera to finish the top of the ninth inning, then scored the winning run on Nolan Arenado’s walk-off single in the bottom of the frame, as the Rockies beat the Mets, 5-4, at Coors Field on Tuesday night and took the lead in the National League Wild Card race. Blackmon... more

Mets to call up phenom Rosario on Tuesday

For weeks, as fans called time and again for Amed Rosario’s debut, Mets officials patiently waited for the non-waiver Trade Deadline to pass. Only once that happened, the Mets knew, would they have a better sense of their late-season roster. Only once that happened would they feel comfortable promoting Rosario. Though the Mets did not ultimately trade Asdrubal Cabrera or... more

Mets drop series finale against Mariners

James Paxton capped a near-perfect month with his franchise-record sixth win in July on Sunday, striking out eight over six shutout innings in the Mariners’ 9-1 win over the Mets. The victory secured a series win for the Mariners, moving them back to .500. “Paxton, what a month. Wow,” Mariners manager Scott Servais said. “6-0 in July and kind of... more
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