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5/28/2016 | Mets-Dodgers tensions must end here and now

Here's hoping the Mets and Dodgers have the good sense to end this ridiculous thing here and now. To escalate it further benefits no one.

5/28/2016 | Kershaw aims to close perfect May vs. Colon, Mets

The weekend-long celebration at Citi Field for the 30th anniversary of the Mets' 1986 World Series championship team will come to an end under the lights Sunday, when Clayton Kershaw and Bartolo Colon square off to wrap up a three-game series between Los Angeles and New York.

5/28/2016 | Thirty years later, Mets celebrate '86 champs

Prior to Saturday's game vs. the Dodgers, the Mets held a reunion at Citi Field for the members of the 1986 World Series championship team.

5/28/2016 | Ejection is Thor subject for Mets

Seven months later, the ill will of last year's postseason spilled back onto the field. Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard was ejected in the third inning of Saturday's 9-1 loss to Los Angeles for throwing behind the back of Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley, who broke Ruben Tejada's leg with a takeout slide in National League Division Series Game 2.

5/28/2016 | Mets deny Dodgers' request to mark outfield

The Mets contacted Major League Baseball this weekend regarding a perceived attempt by the Dodgers to use technology to establish defensive positions.

5/28/2016 | Mets' game of Dodge(r) ball turns Utley

After being thrown at earlier in the game, Chase Utley crushed a first-pitch changeup from Logan Verrett for a homer in the sixth to get Los Angeles on the board and followed that with a grand slam in the seventh to power the Dodgers to a 9-1 victory over the Mets at Citi Field on Saturday.

5/28/2016 | Wright, Mets show 'concern' over neck injury

Mets third baseman David Wright was held out of Saturday's starting lineup against the Dodgers because of an unspecificed neck injury.

5/28/2016 | Mets acquire Loney from Padres

Eyeing a quick and uncomplicated move to replace injured first baseman Lucas Duda, the Mets acquired veteran James Loney from the Padres on Saturday for cash considerations. Loney will become the left-handed half of a first-base platoon until Duda returns from the disabled list in late June at the earliest.

5/28/2016 | deGrom takes step forward, sees uptick in velocity

Jacob deGrom knows that the light at the end of the tunnel is close, but he also knows that he still has some work to do to get there.

5/28/2016 | Grandy's walk-off blast comes 11 years after his 1st

Curtis Granderson wasn't even a full-time player in the Major Leagues when he hit the first -- and, until Friday night at Citi Field, the only -- walk-off home run of his career with the Tigers in 2005.

5/27/2016 | Harvey throws another between-starts sim game

For the second consecutive week, Matt Harvey took the unorthodox step of throwing his between-starts bullpen session in a simulated-game setting off Citi Field's main mound.

5/27/2016 | Mets not yet ready to activate Flores from DL

Despite facing the first of four left-handed pitchers in five games Friday, the Mets did not activate Wilmer Flores from the 15-day disabled list. It was the first day that Flores, who has been sidelined since May 12, was eligible to come off the DL.

5/27/2016 | Thor set for rematch with Maeda as Mets honor '86

While the Mets continue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1986 World Series championship, a title they won thanks in large part to a dazzling young rotation, they send one of the jewels of modern-day pitching to the mound in Noah Syndergaard on Saturday night against Kenta Maeda and the Dodgers at Citi Field.

5/27/2016 | Mets 86 Dodgers after fast start, Urias finish

The Dodgers rallied in the ninth to erase a four-run deficit, but Curtis Granderson saved the best of the drama for last. Granderson launched a walk-off home run over the wall in right field to give the Mets a 6-5 victory over Los Angeles on Friday night in front of a nostalgic, sellout crowd at Citi Field that was on hand in part to begin a weekend-long celebration for the 30th anniversary of the 1986 World Series championship team.

5/26/2016 | Student of the game: Yo shows ability to adjust

The visitor's batting cage at Nationals Park is a spacious area, colorless walls contrasting with fake green turf, a bank of white plastic folding chairs off to one side. Throughout the Mets' recent three-game series with the Nationals, the chairs generally sat empty, unused, save for one consistent occupant.

5/25/2016 | Even-steven: Mets, Nats expect long battle

The Mets rode a dominant outing from left-hander Steven Matz to a 2-0 victory Wednesday afternoon to take two out of three games from the Nationals at Nationals Park. They leave Washington a half-game behind the Nats for first place in the National League East and with a measure of revenge after Washington came to New York last week and won two out of three games at Citi Field.

5/25/2016 | Making it look easy: Matz wins 7th straight

Here was the devil's bargain Mets manager Terry Collins faced with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning Wednesday afternoon at Nationals Park. Reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper was at the plate, representing the tying run. Closer Jeurys Familia was ready to go in the bullpen. Collins, instead, stuck with rookie right-hander Steven Matz. This was a big game for the Mets, as games in May go. But some things matter more than one victory.

5/25/2016 | Familia sets Mets' mark with nailbiting save

Jeurys Familia has spent his past year building a resume as one of the best closers in Mets history. When he escaped a two-on, no-outs jam Wednesday to seal a 2-0 win over the Nationals, Familia set a franchise record with his 32nd consecutive regular-season save conversion dating back to last season, passing Billy Wagner's 31 straight from 2006-07.

5/25/2016 | Wood, deGrom seek elusive victories in opener

Alex Wood has been one of baseball's best pitchers over the past month. The only problem? He hasn't been able to win any games. Wood will look to correct that trend when the Dodgers travel to New York for a three-game series beginning Friday at Citi Field. Jacob deGrom will start for the Mets.

5/25/2016 | Masterful Matz leads Mets' shutout of Nats

Steven Matz and Tanner Roark found themselves in a pitchers' duel on Wednesday afternoon at Nationals Park, but it was Matz who came out on top, helping the Mets blank the Nationals, 2-0. New York, which took two out of three games in the series, is a half-game behind Washington in the National League East.

5/25/2016 | Reynolds records first career hit as late sub

The baseball rested on a shelf in Matt Reynolds' locker, ticketed for a spot in his father's collection back home in Oklahoma. Reynolds collected his first career hit in the fifth inning of the Mets' 2-0 win over the Nationals on Wednesday, lining a single to right field.

5/25/2016 | Asdrubal expected to be OK after back spasms

Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera did not take an at-bat or even step foot onto the field in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Nationals, but he nonetheless left the game in the first inning due to back spasms.

5/25/2016 | Cliff Lee's fall and rise a blueprint for Harvey

As was the case late last week, the Mets are extending the leash on struggling starter Matt Harvey, letting him make his next scheduled start on time, following another eye-catching, ERA-raising night against the Nationals. But given their competitive state, the Mets can't reasonably let this situation linger much longer.

5/25/2016 | Mets will not skip Harvey's next start

Given any number of tools to try to spark struggling starter Matt Harvey to success, the Mets on Wednesday again opted for the battering ram. They will not send Harvey to the Minor Leagues, place him on the disabled list or even skip his next start; instead, the Mets will continue to bull forward with Harvey in the hopes that he can rediscover his previous All-Star form.

5/25/2016 | Harvey's struggles continue vs. Nationals

The ingredients for Matt Harvey's renaissance were all in place early Tuesday evening, and for a fleeting few moments, Harvey's nightmare narrative seemed ready to dissolve.e.

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