Newly acquired Jose Bautista doubles in first at-bat for Mets but then is fanned twice.
by: JUSTIN TASCH — NY Daily News 3h
This was a night of progress for Zack Wheeler, even though he was again touched up for multiple runs in an inning.
by: Linda Surovich — SB Nation: Amazin' Avenue 3h
Jose Reyes’s defense made all the difference in this one.
by: Charlie Hangley — Mets 360 3h
The Miami Marlins are a tough team to like. There are teams that are uber-successful and have obnoxious fans — like the Yankees, Cardinals, Braves or Red Sox — but oftentimes, they can …
by: John Flanigan — Mets Merized Online 3h
The New York Mets were defeated by the Miami Marlins 5-1 at Citi Field on Tuesday night.PitchingZack Wheeler worked around a one out J.T. Realmuto single in the top of the first. However, the
by: Shannon Shark @metspolice — The Mets Police 3h
Nice enough start for Matt Harvey tonight. You will read that it was outstanding, but that overlooks the shaky first inning where he had the bases loaded. He gave up a shot to RF, but other than that, some clean effortless frames. Nice start. Good line...
by: Alex Putterman — The Comeback 3h
With the signing of 37-year-old castoff Jose Bautista on Tuesday, the Mets affirmed their undying love for washed up former stars.
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports 4h
Jose Bautista has signed a one-year deal with the Mets after playing just 12 games with the Braves this season before his release.
by: TYLER KEPNER — NY Times 4h
Bautista, 37, has not had much success recently, but the team coveted a right-handed batter, and he was in the lineup batting fifth on Tuesday.
by: Matt Musico — Elite Sports NY 5h
Injuries have left the New York Mets thin in the outfield. To give them some potential right-handed power, the team signed outfielder/third baseman Jose Bautista to a big-league deal.
by: Charlotte Carroll May 22, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 6h
The 37-year-old was released by the Braves on Sunday.
by: Lauren Theisen — Deadspin 6h
Just a few days after the Atlanta Braves told José Bautista that he was too washed up to play third base for them and cut him loose, the once-great slugger has moved across the division to sign a one-year deal with the New York Mets. He’s not only on the.
by: Mike Phillips — The Sports Daily: Metstradamus 7h
The New York Mets (24-19) stretched their winning streak to four last night with a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins (17-30). Jason Vargas delivered his finest performance as a Met, tossing five s…