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Michael Cuddyer Retiring After 4 Injured-Filled SeasonsThe Mets outfielder announced his retirement Saturday.
Radio Free Montone: Why I Love BaseballEric Hosmer’s daring dash home in the 9th-inning of game 5 broke the hearts of Mets fans. And I am a Met fan, but…the play Hosmer made is why I love baseball.
Fans Turn Out With Enthusiasm, But Mets Lose World Series Game 4The Mets stepped up to the plate Friday night and cut their World Series deficit to 2-1, but after Saturday night, they had found their way back into a 3-1 hole.
WATCH: Rowdy Roddy Piper Fires Up Mets Fans For Game 3 Of 1986 World SeriesIf you're a Mets fan and you're feeling a little bit down, this video is all you'll need to get the positive vibes flowing again.
Down But Not Out, Mets Are Ready For Some Citi Field InspirationUnable to stifle the stubborn Kansas City Royals, Jacob deGrom gave up four disheartening runs in a 7-1 defeat Wednesday night that left the Mets down 2-0 in the World Series.
Nervous Mets Fans Try To Remain Optimistic After Rough Start To World SeriesGame 1 of the World Series didn't end the way Mets fans would have liked.
Mets Fans Hopeful That 2015 Team Can Capture The Same Magic As ‘86As Mets fans know very well, the team has not won the World Series in nearly 30 years.
Mets Fever Runs High On Main Streets Around Long Island As World Series BeginsThe pride of the Mets has been showing up on main streets everywhere, as zealous fans made munchies and shared predictions for Game 1 of the World Series in Kansas City Tuesday.
Mets And Royals Game 1 Lineups RevealedThe lineups for tonight's World Series matchup have been announced by the Royals and the Mets.
Mets Fan Rallies Held Ahead Of World Series Game 1Rallies to cheer on the World Series-bound New York Mets took place in Queens and Nassau County Monday ahead of Game 1 Tuesday night.
Tale Of The Tape: New York City Vs. Kansas CityWith so much focus on the teams, we take a step back and instead break down the cities.

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