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Cole hoping to boost Bucs vs. surging Braves
The Pirates had one major piece return to their lineup Tuesday night when Andrew McCutchen came off the disabled list.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Lucas Duda lets his bat do the talking, and it's been loud this season
If anybody kept track of such things, Lucas Duda would lead the National League in the fewest words spoken per nine innings.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Kallet: Unlikely Trio Is Making Mets' Future Look Even Brighter
But seriously, who expected much from the Mets this season? We all knew that 90 wins was a ridiculous notion, and the additions of Curtis Granderson, Chris Young and Bartolo Colon weren't going to propel this club into the playoffs.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Cole turns in strong fourth rehab outing
The Pirates had resisted the temptation to plug Cole back into their rotation following his previous sharp start for Indianapolis because he had logged only 74 pitches.
New York Post
Mets' top pick tearing up minors, in no time at all
After being selected by the Mets with the 10th overall pick in June's MLB draft, left fielder Michael Conforto didn't immediately start his professional career, as the Mets and his agent, Scott Boras, wrestled with contract negotiations.
The transformation of Mets first baseman Lucas Duda
With no guarantees of playing time coming into the 2014 season, Duda has rewarded the Mets for their faith in him.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Lucas Duda: Career Year or First Baseman of the Future?
The Mets can be criticized for a number of decisions in what's shaping up to be another losing season.
Mets skipper Collins likely coming back for 2015
Terry Collins is likely to be brought back for a fifth season as Mets manager in 2015, sources familiar with the situation say.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Mets' Duda Seeks Right Swing Against Lefties
Lucas Duda, here hitting an RBI single in the seventh inning off of Nationals right-hander Drew Storen on Tuesday night, went 0-3 against starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez, a southpaw.
San Francisco Giants Link Dump, 8/6
A world where the link dumps rule America, or where your dreams of being a link dump came true, or where San Francisco is a maximum security link dump Hey, remember how Andrew McCutchen got hit by a pitch in the back because Kirk Gibson was being a whiny baby, and then he got injured and it was supposed to be his oblique? Now it turns out he has a ... (more)
Mets Morning News: Wheeler shows signs of maturity, Harvey throws 20 pitches
Zack Wheeler struggled with his control yesterday but was able to work around those issues and actually made a mechanical change on the fly.
Bleed Cubbie Blue
MLB Bullets Examines The Second Baseball Theory
We're getting close to naming a new commissioner. The Padres name a new GM. Andrew McCutchen is injured.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
A reporter questions his objectivity regarding the Lucas Duda vs. Ike Davis battle
This is a fascinating story. It's from Andy Martino of the Daily News and it's unlike anything I've seen from a baseball writer who works the beat or writes a column for a major media outlet.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Mets Designate Bobby Abreu For Assignment, Recall Kirk Nieuwenhuis
New York announced that it has designated veteran outfielder Bobby Abreu for assignment.
Ike Davis Is Key To The Pittsburgh Pirates' Second-Half Success
The Pittsburgh Pirates are in the middle of an intense pennant race and are hoping to make the playoffs for a second straight season.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Niese outpitched by Vogelsong in Mets' loss
The San Francisco Giants' right-hander held the New York Mets to two hits in a swift 5-1 win Friday night for his first nine-inning complete game.
The Fresno Bee
Vogelsong stifles Mets in Giants' 5-1 win
Tired but eager for a shot at his first nine-inning complete game, the right-hander chose not to answer his coaches when asked how he was feeling.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Sports Media 101
New York Mets Stand Pat on Very Active Deadline Day
Mets 101 provides 24/7 obsessive sports coverage of the New York Mets as a part of Sports Media 101 .
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Mark Simon: Stats showed Zack Wheeler, Lucas Duda would improve
Over the course of a 162-game season, baseball players fall in and out of slumps.
Mets daily prospect report: Herrera has a walk-off, den Dekker on fire
Matt den Dekker catches a ball hit by the Detroit Tigers' Andy Dirks for an out during the fourth inning of a spring training game in Port St. Lucie, Fla.