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by: Mike Rosenstein | email@example.com — NJ.com 14m
Former New York Yankees, New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies infielder Neil Walker tweeted Tuesday that he is retiring after 12 MLB seasons.
MLB Draft 2021: N.J.’s Jack Leiter, son of ex-Yankees, Mets pitcher Al Leiter, projected as No. 1 pick in latest mock - nj.com
by: Mike Rosenstein | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 48m
Summit, N.J.'s Jack Leiter, a Vanderbilt right-hander, could be the No. 1 pick overall in the 2021 MLB Draft. He's the son of former New York Yankees and New York Mets pitcher Al Leiter.
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After 20 innings of the 2021 version of Jacob deGrom, New York Mets fans have every reason to expect nothing but the best year out of him. Although just 1-...
by: John From Albany — Mack's Mets 1h
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Former Met and Yankee Neil Walker announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Tuesday. “Officially retired, thank you to everyone that helped me in my journey to live out my childhood
by: The Associated Press — Newsday 5h
A look at what's happening around the majors today:___WELCOME BACKDinelson Lamet is set for his season debut with the Padres after working back from elbow discomfort that caused him to miss the end of
by: metstradamus — Sports Media 101 5h
It seemed like an uglier game to play than it was to watch, what with the low temperature, the lack of hitting, and J.D. Davis double tapping his glove and chucking balls away like he was Richard Todd. I could have sworn one of them was interception...
by: Sportsnaut — Sportsnaut 6h
Infielder Neil Walker, a former first-round pick who played 12 seasons with six different teams, announced his retirement Tuesday in a Twitter post.
by: New York Mets News And Updates From CBS 2 New York – CBS New York — CBS New York 6h
J.D. Davis homered for New York, but also committed two throwing errors at third base — including one that brought home Chicago's first run. The Mets had won five of six.
by: AP — USA Today 6h
Jake Arrieta pitched five effective innings, Craig Kimbrel escaped a jam in the ninth and the Chicago Cubs used some...
by: @Mets — MLB: Film Room 5h
Mets manager Luis Rojas talks about Taijuan Walker's start, being unhappy with the calls from the umpires and the team battling back in loss
by: Savannah McCann — MLB: Mets 7h
It was a chilly 39 degrees at first pitch as the Mets opened a three-game series at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night, and it seemed like the Mets’ offense just couldn’t get hot in a 3-1 loss to the Cubs.
RIP, Tom Robson. Former Mets hitting coach, big-league player, Valentine confidant, Mike Moustakas’ uncle, good man. 75.The best hitting coach and friend any team could have has left us today. Thank you for everything Tom Robson. I could not have done it without you. U were the best!!!Beat Writer / Columnist
As for @Lindor12BC ... it's only 12 games, but like I said you all wanted to marry him without even moving in for a week. I wanted to wait and see. Now we are married for a long-time. Lets hope this isn't season 1 NY growing pains or it will be a long season. #MetsBlogger / Podcaster
“It’s not my first error I’ve ever made at third. It’s probably not going to be the last one." Walker before Davis’ error: 2 2/3 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K (46 pitches). Walker after Davis’ error: 1 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 2 K (45 pitches). Story: https://t.co/O5QiAqOnsvBeat Writer / Columnist
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