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Mets Trounce Rangers with 22 Hits in Series Opener

Mets 14, Rangers 2 ARLINGTON, Tex. (June 17) — The Texas Rangers‘ bats went silent once again, as they lost to the New York Mets, 14–2, on Monday. A four-hit performance by Francisco Lindor propelled the Mets to the one-sided win in front of a crowd of 32,590. The Rangers will try to redeem themselves […]

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Subway Sorries: Yankees and Mets Clash Lacking 2022’s Buzz

Subway Sorries: Subway Series Lacks Usual Luster The New York Yankees will limp into 2023’s first iteration of the Subway Series coming off one of their worst homestands of the season. The Yankees dropped both series to the lowly White Sox and Red Sox, going just 2-4 in the process as they continue to struggle […]

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The Braves-Mets Rivalry: A Brutal Beatdown

The Atlanta Braves and New York Mets are bitter rivals in the NL East. It may be one of the most exciting divisions in baseball when it is competitive. However, over the years, can you consider this hatred a rivalry? The Braves entered the NL East from the NL West in 1994. The realignment period […]

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The New York Mets are Wallowing

The New York Mets are wallowing as we come to the quarter part of the season. Currently they do not have a winning record and with the highest payroll in baseball, and with championship ambitions in mind, they are off to an underwhelming start. Early Adversity The team started the season by losing three key […]

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2023 New York Mets Season Preview — Win and Win Now

2023 New York Mets Season Preview The 2023 New York Mets enter the season with a prestigious roster and elevated expectations. This offseason, the team signed nine free agents to $497.1 million worth of contracts. For this team, its fans, and its now popular owner, Steve Cohen, it is all-in. They’re doing what it takes […]

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Joey Meneses celebrates a homer in the 11–5 Mexico victory over USA in the World Baseball Classic.
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Mexico Rides Passion from Crowd to WBC Victory over United States

Mexico 11, United States 5 PHOENIX, Mar. 12 — Joey Meneses went 3-for-5 with two homers, five RBI, and three runs scored as Team Mexico — buoyed by a passionate crowd of 47,534 — routed Team USA, 11–5, Sunday night. Facing USA right-hander Nick Martinez, left fielder Randy Arozarena legged out an infield hit to […]

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Chase Field to Host WBC Games

Chase Field to Host WBC Games Chase Field to is set to host World Baseball Classic games from March 11-15, 2023. Phoenix, Arizona is one of four host cities. This makes a lot of sense since this tournament overlaps spring training, and Arizona’s Cactus League. Taichung City, Taiwan and Tokyo, Japan are the international host […]

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Justin Turner, Red Sox Reportedly Agree to Two-Year Deal
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Justin Turner, Red Sox Reportedly Agree to Two-Year Deal

Free agent infielder Justin Turner has reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Boston Red Sox. The club has not confirmed the deal. News of the signing was first reported by ESPN’s Joon Lee and Jeff Passan on Sunday afternoon. Turner’s new contract with the Red Sox is for two years and […]

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