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Little Jerry Seinfeld Gains Two Fans At New Home

The most famous chicken in New York has a new home and two more famous fans.


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K-Rod Reunion? Rodriguez Reportedly On Mets’ Bullpen Wish List

Despite being traded by New York nearly one year ago, Francisco Rodriguez has never ruled out a future reunion at Citi Field. Apparently the Amazin’s haven’t either.


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With Francisco Out, Confident Parnell Gets Nod As Mets’ Closer

Parnell has struggled in the closer’s role in the past, converting only six of 12 save opportunities last season. He has seven career saves in 22 chances.


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Who You Calling ‘Chickens?’ Yankees Again Grab NY Bragging Rights

“Not too bad for a bunch of chickens,” Nick Swisher said after his big home run Sunday night, eager to take a shot at Mets closer Frank Francisco.


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‘Little Jerry Seinfeld’ Heading To Upstate Farm

“Little Jerry Seinfeld” will be much more comfortable on a farm upstate than it was in the clubhouse at Citi Field.


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Mets Place Francisco On 15-Day DL, Activate Tejada

Mets closer Frank Francisco has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained muscle on his left side, and shortstop Ruben Tejada is back in the lineup.


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Coutinho: ‘Chickengate’ Is Much Ado About Nothing

When you get past all of the “chicken talk” you see that Mets closer Frank Francisco has been one of the best closers in the league for the last five weeks, and the numbers prove it.


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Mets Jump All Over Yankees Early, Hold On To Take Game 1

Ike Davis received a bit of help from the New York Yankees on his three-run homer and Frank Francisco closed out the Mets’ 6-4 victory Friday night after calling their crosstown rivals “chickens.”


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Mets’ Francisco Calls Yankees ‘Chickens’; Grandy Not Bothered By Subway Slight

The trash talk for this season’s Mets-Yankees matchup has come almost exclusively from fans of the crosstown rivals — until now. Enter Frank Francisco.


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B&C Morning Show: Craig Tries Out A New Character

After hearing that Mets closer Frank Francisco referred to the Yankees as ‘chickens,’ Craig wanted to hear the audio…


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B&C Morning Show: LeBron Reaches The Top, Frank Francisco Stirs The Pot

On a hot Friday morning in the big city, Boomer & Craig opened up this edition of the Morning Extravaganza talking about two topics: this weekend’s highly-anticipated Subway Series at Citi Field and, of course,  […]


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Palladino: Mets Could Use Some Relief

What the Mets really need is a new arm or two out there. That might be something for Sandy Alderson to consider well before the July 31 trade deadline.


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Niese Bounces Back In Big Way, Pitches Mets Over Pirates

Jonathon Niese did more than merely sit back and stew after what his manager called “the worst game he’s ever pitched in his life.” He worked to ensure it wouldn’t happen again.


Ronny Cedeno #13 of the New York Mets celebrates his eighth inning three run homwe run against the Cincinnati Reds with teammates at Citi Field on May 17, 2012 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Coutinho: Admit It Mets Fans –This Team Is Fun To Watch

Terry Collins and his coaching staff have done a tremendous job of motivating this group on a day-to-day basis. This club has had their share of tough losses but after those losses, they have responded in a big way.


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Dickey Dazzles Pirates, Ks Career-High 11 In Mets’ Win

Lucas Duda smacked a go-ahead RBI-single in the top of the eighth in support of starter R.A. Dickey and the New York Mets edged the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 on Tuesday night.