3:38 PM EDT, Thu July 31, 2014

Fantasy Update

23 hours ago
Rotoworld
Lucas Duda singled in a run and launched a two-run homer in Wednesday's win over the Phillies.
Jul 29, 2014
KFFL
New York Mets 1B Lucas Duda is not in the starting lineup Tuesday, July 29. ...
MetsBlog 5 hours ago

Lucas Duda can hit left-handed pitching, says Terry Collins

Lucas Duda hit another home run Wednesday, his 19th of the season, and also delivered an RBI single an inning earlier against Phillies LHP Mario Hollands. Duda started the day batting just .153 against left-handed pitchers this season. “Lucas Duda can hit lefties and right now I think there is that stereotypical thing that, because of where he […]
Rotoworld 23 hours ago

Lucas Duda goes deep again Wednesday - Lucas Duda (1B) New York Mets

Lucas Duda singled in a run and launched a two-run homer in Wednesday's win over the Phillies.
Newsday 23 hours ago

Daniel Murphy, Lucas Duda homer in Mets' rout of Phillies

Just hours after they were shut out, the Mets suddenly couldn't be stopped.
New York Daily News 23 hours ago
Daniel Murphy, Lucas Duda power Mets in 11-2 blowout over Phillies

Daniel Murphy, Lucas Duda power Mets in 11-2 blowout over Phillies

It was a hard job the Mets asked of Zack Wheeler last season. At 23-years old, he was not expected to follow in the footsteps of Matt Harvey. They would never ask that of him. The Mets were asking Wheeler to be a good, young pitcher maturing under the gun in the major leagues.

For Wheeler, Duda stats caught up to skills

Put your trust in the numbers, have a little patience and you’ll be rewarded. That’s been the story of the season for both Wednesday’s starting pitcher, Zack Wheeler, and Lucas Duda, who should be back in the lineup at first base for the 12:10 p.m. start against Philadelphia. Wheeler was 1-5 with a 4.63 ERA through 10 outings, entering his start against the Phillies on May 29. He allowed one run in 6 1/3 innings in a 4-1 win that day.
Newsday Jul 29, 2014

Terry Collins defends giving Lucas Duda, Ruben Tejada a night off

Surely, one of the joys of managing in New York must be having to defend every single lineup move. Before last night's game against the Phillies, Mets manager Terry Collins was asked why he wasn't starting Lucas Duda at first base, despite Duda's hot streak since the All-Star break and Collins' stated intention of keeping Duda in the lineup to improve his batting against lefthanded pitchers; and why he hasn't been giving Wilmer Flores more starts at shortstop.

Duda sits, Campbell gets start at first against lefty Hamels

Chris Iseman here filling in for Matt again today. While Lucas Duda’s been on the more consistent in the Mets’ lineup recent, his futility against Cole Hamels kept him out of the lineup Tuesday night. Mets manager Terry Collins this …
KFFL Jul 29, 2014

Mets | No Lucas Duda

New York Mets 1B Lucas Duda is not in the starting lineup Tuesday, July 29. ...
New York Post Jul 28, 2014

Yankees, Mets should be desperate to add power at deadline

Who had Lucas Duda leading all New York players in homers (18) and RBIs (56) approaching the trade deadline? Good for Duda, whose hitting skills are blossoming better late than...
MetsBlog Jul 28, 2014

Lucas Duda is relaxed, confident and has 18 HR

Lucas Duda hit his 18th home run of the season, crushing a slider to right field in the sixth inning for a two-run home run against Jimmy Nelson during Sunday’s win against the Brewers. Duda has 18 HR and 56 RBI this season. He’s hitting .305 with a .395 OBP since June 15. “Lucas looks […]
New York Post Jul 27, 2014

Duda again the one to give Mets the jolt they need

MILWAUKEE — Lucas Duda doesn’t want to hear about the possibility he has arrived as a player. “I wouldn’t read too much into it,” the slugging first baseman said after...
Newsday Jul 27, 2014

Lucas Duda leads offense on road trip

Lucas Duda keeps rewarding the Mets for sticking with him.
MetsBlog Jul 27, 2014

Sunday’s Highlights: Murphy’s double, Duda’s HR, Mejia closes it

Daniel Murphy hits a lead-off double in the top of the sixth inning against the Brewers. >> Watch Here.  Lucas Duda hits a two-run home run in the sixth inning to give the Mets a 2-0 lead over the Brewers.>> Watch Here.  Jenrry Mejia gets out of a ninth-inning jam to secure the Mets’ 2-0 […]

Duda supplies power, 'happy to contribute'

Lucas Duda provided the winning hits in the New York Mets' two victories in the four-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers. Both were two-run homers that Duda crushed over the right-field fence at Miller Park. Friday night, the big blow came in the top of the ninth when the Mets rallied for three runs and beat the Brewers 3-2. Sunday, his career-high 18th home run, another two-run shot, produced a 2-0 lead that starter Jacob deGrom and relievers Jeurys Familia and Jenrry Mejia made stand up for a victory that sent the Mets home with a .

Rapid Reaction: Mets 2, Brewers 0

MILWAUKEE -- Lucas Duda and Jacob deGrom made sure the New York Mets headed home for the first time since the All-Star break with a big 2-0 victory over Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday. The Mets finished their 10-game road trip at .500, going (1-2) in San Diego, (2-1) in Seattle and (2-2) in Milwaukee. Duda’s team-leading and career-high 18th home run was just as majestic as Friday night’s game-winning, two-run shot in the top of the ninth.

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