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New York Mets News and Rumors

  • Pirates, Mets bonded through late-season swoons

    Pirates, Mets bonded through late-season swoons

    MLB.com Updated Sep 25, 2012
    The Pirates and Mets have second-half declines in common, both last season and this. And as unwanted as it may be, a bond between New York manager Terry Collins and counterpart Clint Hurdle exists. They twice have taken different routes to points of Sep…
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  • Wright ties record for most hits in Mets history

    Wright ties record for most hits in Mets history

    MLB.com Sep 25, 2012
    No matter what David Wright's future may be with the Mets, his name will be stamped across the franchise record books for years to come. Wright added another significant record to his ledger on Tuesday, homering in the first inning and adding a two-run …
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  • Dickey to choose when he makes final start

    Dickey to choose when he makes final start

    MLB.com Sep 25, 2012
    Call it dealer's choice. The Mets will allow R.A. Dickey to choose between making his final start on the last day of the season or the day before, manager Terry Collins said Tuesday.
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  • Chipper intends to play in remaining home games

    Chipper intends to play in remaining home games

    MLB.com Sep 25, 2012
    Down to the final regular-season homestand of his career, third baseman Chipper Jones intends to play in all six of the Braves' games against the Marlins and Mets this week.
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Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Even after Monday debacle, NFL holding firm in referee negotia…

    Sep 25
    Representatives of the National Football League, including commissioner Roger Goodell and chief legal council Jeff Pash, were locked in negotiations Tuesday afternoon with representatives of the locked-out NFL Referees Association in New York City, a so…
  • Peter King: Lack of communication ultimately led to embarrassing Monday ga…

    Sep 25
    "Grand Larceny: Packers Get Robbed of Win in Seattle.'' -- Headline in this morning's Oshkosh (Wis.) Northwestern
  • Don Banks: NFL's "Get it right'' approach is desperately needed now

    Sep 25
    When it comes to the man-made disaster that unfolded in the end zone Monday night in Seattle, has anything in the way of NFL controversies ever felt so entirely inevitable and utterly avoidable, all at the same time?
  • The Sports Guy's Mailbox: Anti-Replacement Refs Edition

    Sep 25
    A sampling of the responses that trickled into my e-mail over a three-hour span last night, from 8:08 p.m. PDT until 11:15 p.m. PDT, in order from whe...