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by: Kristie Ackert — NY Daily News 1h
The Mets signed Jason Vargas this spring for some insurance and consistency.
by: Jack Hendon — Mets Merized Online 2h
Up 3-0, Jason Vargas came up to bat in the top of the first inning before he could even take the hill.He promptly allowed three runs in the bottom half.Ahead in the bottom of the third by
by: Dalton Allison — Mets 360 3h
On a day where things started out good for the New York Mets, they got absolutely destroyed by the Brewers 17-6. Although the final score may something completely different, the game began quite we…
by: Mike Phillips — The Sports Daily: Metstradamus 7h
The New York Mets (25-22) put their fan base through the ringer last night. After it looked like the Mets would lose 3-2 to the Milwaukee Brewers (32-20), they rallied to tie the game in the top of…
by: Allison McCague — SB Nation: Amazin' Avenue 13h
A.J. Ramos dealt the final blow, but this was a pretty bad loss all around.
by: Kevin Kernan — New York Post 20h
MILWAUKEE — This is real simple for the Mets. Bill Belichick simple. Do your job. You can overanalyze the Mets’ ugly 4-3, 10-inning loss to the Brewers Friday night at Miller Park to
by: Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 21h
The third baseman drives in three of the Brewers' four runs as they come back to beat the Mets and improve to 4-1 in extra innings.
by: N/A — MLB: Mets 22h
MILWAUKEE -- AJ Ramos' final pitch Friday never came close to its target, bouncing in front of home plate, skipping off catcher Devin Mesoraco's glove and careening to the backstop. By the time the ball rolled to a stop in the nearby grass, it had been...
by: STATE JOURNAL WIRE SERVICES — Wisconsin State Journal 22h
Travis Shaw's walk off A.J. Ramos delivers a victory after closer Corey Knebel blows the save in the ninth.
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 23h
A.J. Ramos walked consecutive batters to force in the winning run with two outs in the 10th inning, handing the Milwaukee Brewers a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night.
by: Tim Healey email@example.com May 25, 2018 11:40 PM — Newsday 23h
Jose Bautista’s single with two outs in ninth tied the score.
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