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Team W-L L10 STRK
62-36 4-6 L3
54-44 5-5 L2
50-47 7-3 W1
46-53 4-6 W2
34-64 4-6 L1

Top Mets News

  • Mets' Jeff McNeil: Not starting Sunday

    McNeil is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins.

    McNeil went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts Saturday after he clubbed two homers in the second-half opener Friday, and he'll head to the bench for Sunday's contest as lefty Trevor Rogers takes the mound for Miami. Tyrone Taylor will receive a start in right field while Jose Iglesias mans the keystone.

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  • Mets' Francisco Alvarez: Receiving day off

    Alvarez is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins.

    Alvarez has gone 1-for-7 with a walk and an RBI to begin the second half, and he'll take a seat for Sunday's matchup in Miami. Luis Torrens will step in behind the plate to catch for rookie righty Christian Scott.

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  • Mets' Kodai Senga: 'Feels good' after rehab start

    Senga (shoulder/triceps) said his "body feels good" after a rehab start with Triple-A Syracuse on Saturday, during which he allowed five runs on eight hits with one strikeout and three walks over three-plus innings, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.

    The results aren't ideal for the 31-year-old in what was expected to be his final minor-league rehab outing, but the important thing is he continued to build up his workload while staying healthy. Senga gave up just one run in his other three rehab outings, so there shouldn't be much concern regarding that performance. Assuming everything checks out when the right-hander rejoins the big-league club to be evaluated, Senga is expected to make his season debut Friday at home versus Atlanta, per Tim Healey of Newsday.

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  • Mets' Edwin Diaz: Nails down 11th save

    Diaz struck out one in a perfect ninth inning Saturday to record his 11th save of the season in a 1-0 win over the Marlins.

    He closed out the combined shutout on 12 pitches (nine strikes), with his fastball topping out at 98.5 mph. Diaz appears to be back in nearly peak form -- he hasn't given up a run in eight appearances since coming off the IL in mid-June, piling up six saves and two wins with a 0.78 WHIP and 8:3 K:BB over 7.2 innings during that stretch.

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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Blanks Fish for seventh win

    Severino (7-3) picked up the win Saturday, allowing two hits and three walks over six scoreless innings in a 1-0 victory over the Marlins. He struck out seven.

    The right-hander tossed 53 of 91 pitches for strikes to kick off the combined shutout, giving Severino his ninth quality start of the season. The 30-year-old has been the Mets' most reliable starter this season, lasting at least six innings in eight straight trips to the mound since the beginning of June while posting a 3.66 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 34:13 K:BB in 51.2 innings over that stretch. Severino's next outing lines up to come at home next week against Atlanta.

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  • Mets' Reed Garrett: Begins throwing program

    Garrett (elbow) began a throwing progression Saturday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    Garrett landed on the 15-day IL on July 10 due to right elbow inflammation, and Saturday marks the first time he has done any sort of throwing since then. The 31-year-old said he's hoping for a quick ramp-up process, though it remains unclear if he'll be able to pitch again before the end of July.

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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Nabs 19th steal

    Lindor went 1-for-3 with two walks, a run scored and a stolen base in Friday's loss to the Marlins.

    The shortstop has drawn two walks in four straight games as he continues to thrive at the top of the order for the Mets. Since the beginning of June, Lindor is slashing .290/.383/.529 with eight of his 17 homers and 11 of his 19 steals on the season as he closes in on the fourth 20-20 campaign of his career.

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  • Mets' Harrison Bader: Sitting down Saturday

    Bader isn't in the Mets' lineup for Saturday's game against the Marlins.

    Bader was held hitless in four at-bats during the Mets' first game back from the All-Star break, and he'll now take a seat Saturday against Roddery Munoz. Jeff McNeil, Brandon Nimmo and DJ Stewart will start from left to right in New York's outfield.

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  • Mets' Jeff McNeil: Goes yard twice in loss

    McNeil went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in Friday's 6-4 loss to the Marlins.

    The 32-year-old very nearly kept the Mets in the game single-handedly, launching a solo shot off Edward Cabrera in the fifth inning to get his team on the board and then slugging a two-run blast to right field off Andrew Nardi in the sixth. McNeil appears to have turned things around at the plate, and over his last 20 games he's slashing .271/.302/.525 with four of his seven homers on the season and 12 of his 27 RBI.

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  • Mets' Sean Manaea: Hit hard by Miami

    Manaea (6-4) took the loss Friday, coughing up five runs on eight hits and a walk over five innings as the Mets were downed 6-4 by the Marlins. He struck out one.

    The southpaw was hit hard even during a 1-2-3 first inning -- one of the outs came when Jeff McNeil robbed Bryan De La Cruz of an extra-base hit at the wall in right field -- and Miami put runners in scoring position against Manaea in every other frame he worked. It was the first time in July that he'd failed to complete at least six innings, and the first time Manaea has given up more than three runs since June 8. He'll take a 3.73 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 97:41 K:BB through 101.1 innings into his next outing, which lines up to come on the road next week against the Yankees.

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  • Mets' Sean Reid-Foley: Set to face hitters Monday

    Reid-Foley (shoulder) is expected to begin facing hitters Monday in live batting practice, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

    Reid-Foley is poised to advance to the next phase of his rehab program for a right shoulder impingement after he tossed multiple bullpen sessions at the Mets' facility in Port St. Lucie, Fla. over the All-Star break. If he responds well to pitching in live BP, Reid-Foley could be cleared to head out on a minor-league rehab assignment toward the end of next week.

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  • Mets' Starling Marte: Resumes baseball activities

    Marte (knee) played catch and hit off a tee Friday, Paige Leckie of reports.

    The Mets have been taking it slowly with Marte's recovery from a right knee contusion that's sidelined him since June 22. The team will continue to ease him into action to try and avoid any setbacks for the oft-injured veteran, who hasn't played more than 120 games in a season since 2019.

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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Next start pushed back

    Quintana won't start as scheduled Saturday versus the Marlins due to an illness and is now lined up to take the hill Tuesday versus the Yankees on the road, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

    Manager Carlos Mendoza said Quintana is currently dealing with a fever, so he'll stay away from the team for the next few days and will take the hill for the Mets' fifth game out of the All-Star break, assuming his condition doesn't take a turn for the worse. Luis Severino will now start Saturday in Quintana's stead, followed by Christian Scott on Sunday and then David Peterson for Monday's series finale in Miami.

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  • Mets' Logan Porter: Signs MLB deal with Mets

    Porter agreed to a one-year contract with the Mets on Thursday and will be optioned to Triple-A Syracuse, Ari Alexander of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Porter initiated the opt-out clause in his minor-league contract with the Giants earlier this week, and he's managed to land a big-league deal in a new organization. With Francisco Alvarez and Luis Torrens performing well as the Mets' catching duo, Porter will be assigned to Syracuse where he will provide depth. The 29-year-old is slashing .293/.390/.500 with eight home runs in 53 games this season at the Triple-A level.

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  • Mets' Kodai Senga: Needs one more rehab start

    Senga (shoulder/triceps) is expected to make another rehab start with Triple-A Syracuse this weekend, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    After building up to 4.2 innings and 67 pitches in his most recent rehab outing with Syracuse this past Sunday, Senga looked like he might have had a chance at making his next start with the big club, but the Mets will instead send him out for one more tune-up appearance in the minors. Assuming Senga is able to build on his pitch count and experiences no setbacks during his upcoming minor-league outing, he could return from the 60-day injured list to make his 2024 Mets debut during the club's home series with Atlanta that begins July 25. Senga was placed on the IL coming out of spring training with a strained right shoulder, then battled triceps inflammation during the rehab process that ended up setting him back further.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .250


Player Injury
K. Senga SP Kodai Senga SP Shoulder
S. Marte RF Starling Marte RF Knee
R. Garrett RP Reed Garrett RP Elbow
R. Mauricio 2B Ronny Mauricio 2B Knee
S. Fujinami RP Shintaro Fujinami RP Shoulder

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