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New York Post Jun 16, 2019

Noah Syndergaard suffered injury after he came out for seventh

With 98 pitches and six innings under his belt — and a runner on first — Noah Syndergaard was sent out by Mickey Callaway for his third at-bat Saturday night, with the Mets manager hoping to get another inning out of his pitcher. In a way, that’s understandable. The Mets’ bullpen, coming into the game...
Amazin Avenue Jun 14, 2019
Final Score — Cardinals 5, Mets 4 — Rain Dismay

Final Score — Cardinals 5, Mets 4 — Rain Dismay

Edwin Diaz and a lot of rain help hand the Mets a loss in the first of two games today. Like many Jacob deGrom starts before this, a solid start from the ace was spoiled by the bullpen and some extenuating circumstances which ultimately ended up being a 5-4 Mets loss. On the offensive side of things, the Mets’ night was a tale of highs and lows, with almost all of their production taking place during the third and sixth innings with little action between. Jeff McNeil singled in the third before Michael Conforto brought them both home on a two-run dinger. Later, in the sixth, Dominic...
Amazin Avenue Jun 14, 2019
Mets Morning News for June 14, 2019

Mets Morning News for June 14, 2019

Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Jacob deGrom opened the series against the Cardinals and looked like Jacob deGrom through seven innings. He left with the lead thanks in part to a Michael Conforto blast and a Dominic Smith RBI single. All seemed well until the rains game and Edwin Diaz blew the lead. With rain in the forecast the game was called and will resume before today’s game. Choose your recap: Amazin’ Avenue long, Daily News, Faith and Fear in Flushing, MLB.com, Newsday, Post After missing some time with an injury, it looks...
New York Post Jun 14, 2019

Mets finally trust Wilson Ramos to catch Jacob deGrom

Wilson Ramos’ training wheels have been removed. The veteran catcher was behind the plate Thursday for a second straight Jacob deGrom start. It signifies that Mets officials and deGrom are finally on board with using Ramos to catch the ace right-hander. During a three-start stretch last month, Tomas Nido was behind the plate for deGrom....
New York Post Jun 14, 2019

Fortunes ‘shift’ in worst way possible for Mets’ ace Jacob deGrom

Jacob deGrom charged into the dugout after getting the final out of the third inning Thursday one upset Cy Young winner. The Mets were in a shift, with St. Louis’ speedy Harrison Bader on third base and two outs in the inning. Because Bader was bluffing toward home plate, third baseman Todd Frazier had to...
NorthJersey.com Jun 13, 2019
Jacob deGrom discusses Thursday's outing in suspended game

Jacob deGrom discusses Thursday's outing in suspended game

Jacob deGrom allowed two runs over seven innings in a game that was eventually suspended.        
Amazin Avenue Jun 13, 2019
Mets and Cardinals game suspended, to be resumed tomorrow night

Mets and Cardinals game suspended, to be resumed tomorrow night

The final innings of tonight’s Mets-Cardinals game will take place starting at 6:10 tomorrow. The drops from the sky were only the second most deflating thing to rain on the Mets’ parade as they enter Friday night locked up in a 4-4 tie with the St. Louis Cardinals. Entering the ninth with a two-run lead, a ton of water and a bit of bad luck came together to bring two redbird runs home just before the game was officially suspended. Before the rain and the tears of heartbroken fans drenched the stadium, this game was actually a pretty solid start for Jacob deGrom. Working off of a few...
Amazin Avenue Jun 13, 2019
Open Thread: Mets vs. Cardinals, 6/13/19

Open Thread: Mets vs. Cardinals, 6/13/19

Jacob deGrom takes the hill as the Mets and Cardinals kick off a four-game set. Mets lineup Jeff McNeil - 2BMichael Conforto - RFPete Alonso - 1BDominic Smith - LFTodd Frazier - 3BWilson Ramos - CAmed Rosario - SSCarlos Gomez - CFJacob deGrom - RHP Cardinals lineup Matt Carpenter - 3BPaul DeJong - SSPaul Goldschmidt - 1BMarcell Ozuna - LFJose Martinez - RFYadier Molina - CKolten Wong - 2BHarrison Bader - CFJack Flaherty - RHP Broadcast info TV: SNYRadio: WCBS 880
NorthJersey.com Jun 13, 2019
New York Mets lineup vs. St. Louis Cardinals announced for Thursday

New York Mets lineup vs. St. Louis Cardinals announced for Thursday

Jack Flaherty (4-3, 4.08) will start for St. Louis, while Jacob deGrom (3-6, 3.45) will be on the hill for the Mets.        
Red Reporter Jun 13, 2019
The Cincinnati Reds have had an ace in Luis Castillo for a full calendar year

The Cincinnati Reds have had an ace in Luis Castillo for a full calendar year

He’s been legitimately ace-ish for 12 months running. ‘Jacob deGrom and Blake Snell had pretty stellar 2018 seasons,’ said the deadpan author as he buried the lede. Snell, of course, saw his brilliant 1.89 ERA across some 180.2 IP earn him the American League Cy Young Award, his 80% share of the voting total indicative of just how well the Tampa Bay Rays ace walloped his opponents all year. In a similar fashion, deGrom breezed to his first National League Cy Young Award with some 99% share of the voting, modern BBWAA voters finally able to look past a meager 10-9 record at more...
NorthJersey.com Jun 11, 2019
Mets manager Mickey Callaway discusses Zack Wheeler after 12-5 loss to Yankees

Mets manager Mickey Callaway discusses Zack Wheeler after 12-5 loss to Yankees

Mets manager Mickey Callaway talked about Zack Wheeler after the Mets lost to the Yankees, 12-5, in the first game of Tuesdays doubleheader.        
NorthJersey.com Jun 9, 2019
Mets manager Mickey Callaway talks about Syndergaard, win over Rockies

Mets manager Mickey Callaway talks about Syndergaard, win over Rockies

Mets manager Mickey Callaway discussed Noah Syndergaard and his teams win over the Rockies on Sunday.        
New York Post Jun 8, 2019

Steven Matz delivers for Mets as big bats, bullpen do the rest

Mickey Callaway knows if the Mets are going to get back in the NL East race, their starting pitching will have to get them there. The manager pointed to Jacob deGrom, Zack Wheeler and Noah Syndergaard as the keys to that scenario — but Steven Matz also will have to play a part. And the...

Mickey Callaway shows he can learn from his mistakes

Perhaps Mickey Callaway learned his lesson when he sent Jacob deGrom to the mound to pitch the sixth inning of the Mets’ 5-1 loss against the Rockies on Friday night at Citi Field. DeGrom ended the fifth inning on 100 pitches after the Rockies worked up his pitch count over a handful of combative...
Amazin Avenue Jun 8, 2019
Tempers briefly flare in otherwise listless loss to Rockies

Tempers briefly flare in otherwise listless loss to Rockies

Jacob deGrom’s strong performances continue to be wasted The Mets took the field on Friday for the first game in a three-game set against the Rockies with their ace on the mound, so they had every reason to hope that the series would start off on a good note. But as has too often been the case in games Jacob deGrom has started, the offense could not get anything going, and the bullpen let a tight game get away from them, and the boys in orange and blue fell to the boys in purple 5-1. Little of note occurred in the first two innings, as both teams went scoreless in spite of one hit for the...

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