5 Best Flows in BaseballThe “Flow Bros” of the world lost a member on Monday, when Mets’ pitcher Jacob deGrom showed up to the team facilities with a clean-cut look. So who is next up on the list of best hair in baseball as the postseason begins?
Marlins Sweep Mets; Stanton Slugs 56thGiancarlo Stanton hit his major league-leading 56th homer and drove in three runs as the Miami Marlins completed a three-game sweep of the NewYork Mets by winning 9-2 Wednesday.
5 Obscure MLB RecordsJacoby Ellsbury reached base via catcher’s interference for a record 31 times in his career recently. An obscure record, sure, bringing to mind some other unusual marks that are held by these players in baseball history.
Kahn: No Such Thing As Meaningless BaseballA beautiful day at the ballpark is still enjoyable, even if the two teams stink.
Mets Drop 3-2 Decision To D'BacksRobbie Ray returned to a big league mound for the first time since being hit in the head with a line drive last month, striking out nine in five innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the New York Mets 3-2 on Thursday.
Which Prospects Might We Soon See In The Majors?With the "Super-Two" deadline behind us, which MLB prospects could be getting a promotion to the big leagues in the near future?
Keidel: Mets Promote Tebow... What's The Harm?Tim Tebow, moved by the Mets to Class-A St. Lucie, probably hasn't earned the promotion, but he also hasn't he earned all the hate.
Trout, Cron Power Angels Past Mets, 12-5
Keidel: Meet The Mets, Meet The MessThe New York Mets, still second in the National League East, find themselves sinking under the weight of injuries and idiocy.
Lat Muscle Leaves Mets "Thor" Down For CountThe New York Mets placed ace right-hander Noah Syndergaard on the 10-day disabled list on Monday after a MRI revealed a partial tear of his right lat muscle.
30 Players: Mets’ Steven Matz Entering Make Or Break YearThe Mets rotation looks to be one of the league's best if they can keep their young arms, Matz included, healthy.
AP Source: Mets, Cespedes Agree On PactA person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that outfielder Yoenis Cespedes and the New York Mets have agreed to a $110 million, four-year contract.

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