John Smoltz On WFAN: If Mets Don't Get Healthy, Season Could Get UglyThe Mets are following the blueprint of many of today's major league teams by counting on the volatile recipe of power pitching and power hitting, Hall of Famer John Smoltz said Tuesday.
Tim Tebow Is Getting Better At Baseball, And Fans Are Flocking To See Him PlayWhile Tebow will likely never make it to Citi Field for a game, his star power is undeniable.
Kallet: Decision Not To Re-Sign Murphy Will Haunt Mets ForeverWho becomes a superstar after turning 30? Daniel Murphy, apparently.
Schwei's Mets Notes: Daniel Murphy 'Slams' Former Team, While Gio Gonzalez Owns Citi FieldAfter beginning the season 7-3, the New York Mets have lost eight of their last nine games, including a three-game sweep by the Washington Nationals at Citi Field this past weekend.
Sims: Why Wilmer Flores' Knee Infection Is Serious BusinessMets infielder Wilmer Flores was placed on the disabled list on Friday and spent the weekend in the hospital to receive IV treatment for a knee infection.
Nationals Complete 3-Game Sweep Against Mets With Sunday's WinDaniel Murphy hit an early grand slam against his former team, Max Scherzer pitched eight fiery innings and the Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 6-3 on Sunday night for their seventh straight victory.
Nationals Win Sixth Straight With Victory Over MetsGio Gonzalez pitched no-hit ball into the sixth inning to win again at Citi Field and the Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 3-1 on a drizzly Saturday.
Stumbling Mets Edged By Harper, Nationals In ElevenBryce Harper homered early, then doubled and scored the go-ahead run in the 11th inning on a bases-loaded walk by Jeurys Familia.
Mets' Flores, Duda Headed To Disabled ListFlores is being placed on the disabled list with a knee infection, WFAN's Ed Coleman and Jon Heyman reported Friday.
Report: Stiff Neck Forces Jacob DeGrom Start To Be Delayed A DayThrough his first three outings this season, deGrom is 0-0 with a 1.89 ERA. He has struck out 22 batters and walked four.
Sims: Breaking Down What We Know About Lucas Duda's Hyperextended ElbowMets first baseman Lucas Duda suffered a hyperextended left elbow in the fifth inning of Wednesday's game when the Phillies' Cesar Hernandez tried to run out an infield hit and ran into Duda’s glove with his left shoulder as the Met fielded the throw from the pitcher.
Kallet: Mets Will Rue The Days They Let These Inferior Teams Beat ThemSitting at .500, having played inferior divisional foes mostly at home, there’s no other way to say it: The first two-and-a-half weeks for the Mets have been an unmitigated disappointment.

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