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Former Met Travis d’Arnaud punishes Yankees pitchers with three home runs, including the game winner

The Yankees may be more upset at the Mets for releasing Travis d’Arnaud than Mets fans these days. The former Mets catcher, who has had a resurgence with the Rays, delivered the game-winning dagger against the Bombers for the second time in three games. Monday night, d’Arnaud hammered three home...

New York Post

This is the Travis d’Arnaud Mets dreamed of: ‘Coolest night ever’

Travis d’Arnaud is doing what the Mets dreamed of this year: helping in a playoff race, hitting for average and power, and absolutely killing the Yankees while he’s at it. All it took was getting out of Queens. The catcher delivered three home runs Monday night for the Rays, the third a three-run, two-out, two-strike...

SNY TV

Former Met Travis d'Arnaud has 'coolest' night of his career vs. Yankees

Travis d'Arnaud, released by the Mets in May, is starting to find his stroke with the Rays, especially when playing the Yankees.

NorthJersey.com

'Stuff like that, you don't forget': NY Mets weigh in on extending protective netting

The New York Mets weighed in on perhaps extending protective netting at ballparks, which has been a hot topic around baseball because of fan injuries.        

SNY TV

Mets infielder Jed Lowrie dealing with another new injury

New York Mets infielder Jed Lowrie suffered another injury during his most recent rehab efforts.

Bless You Boys

Rumor: The Rays are interested in Joe Jimenez

It would be very hard for the Tigers to get proper value in a Jimenez trade. With the Detroit Tigers surely selling at this year’s trade deadline, opposing teams have started to show strong interest in the Tigers’ three biggest trade chips. Matthew Boyd and Shane Greene have drawn looks from multiple clubs so far, but Nicholas Castellanos’ market has been all but silent. No, the Tigers’ third trade chip is Joe Jimenez, it seems. Jimenez has already drawn interest from the New York Mets, and is also an attractive trade target for the Tampa Bay Rays, according to Mark Topkin of the...

New York Post

Mets report cards: Top-end talent can’t save Brodie Van Wagenen’s mess

New regime, new brash attitude, same old disappointment. For a third straight year, the Mets will begin the second half all but finished in the postseason race, buried this time not so much by injuries as by underwhelming performance. In his vow to win now and in the future, new general manager Brodie Van Wagenen...

Rising Apple

New York Mets: Worst case scenario involving Zack Wheeler’s future

The worst case scenario for fans involving current New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler would involve seeing him play for a pair of rivals in the next 365 days. From a New York Mets perspective, what’s the worst that could happen with Zack Wheeler in the future? Outside of the obvious such as injury, the […] New York Mets: Worst case scenario involving Zack Wheeler’s future - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

New York Post

Mets castoff Travis d’Arnaud has new lease on life with Rays

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Travis d’Arnaud ran to the Rays’ clubhouse door at Tropicana Field, gave a fist bump to the security guard and dashed into the room to wild cheers after hitting the first walk-off home run of his career on Saturday. Yes, d’Arnaud is no longer a Met. The catcher stunned the Yankees...

Tampa Bay Times

After early-season struggles, d'Arnaud thriving with Rays

ST. PETERSBURG : When the Mets released Travis d'Arnaud in May, they put an end to the first chapter of his major league career. The catcher made some notable memories in New York, including a home run blast to Citi Field's iconic center field apple in the 2015 NLCS

Pinstripe Alley

NYY vs. TB: James Paxton vs. Charlie Morton

The Yankees wrap up the first half of the season with an afternoon game in Tampa. Take it in, folks. It’s officially the last game before the slowest week in sports. Today, the Yankees wrap up their four-game series against the Rays and have a chance to win the series. The last two games of this series has come down to the final or extra innings, so hopefully the Yankees can take this one handily. James Paxton will be on the hill this afternoon, and he was pretty good last time out. He went six and only surrendered one run against the Mets last Tuesday. Despite only striking out three,...

SNY TV

Prospect Deep Dive: Mets LHP Thomas Szapucki, who is working his way back from Tommy John surgery

Mets prospect Thomas Szapucki is working his way back from Tommy John surgery as one of the top arms in the team's farm system.

Pinstripe Alley

Domingo German impresses in his return from injury

German was lights out for the Yankees in his return from the injured list on Wednesday night against the Mets. Domingo German made his return to the mound for the Yankees on Wednesday night after being sidelined for nearly a month with a hip flexor strain. After dominating through much of April and May, German struggled in his three starts before hitting the injured list, so all eyes were on the 26-year-old right-hander in his return against the Mets at Citi Field. German didn’t disappoint, as he delivered his best start in nearly two months, advancing to 10-2 on the season. German is at...

NorthJersey.com

Domingo German picks up where he left off, pitching Yankees to a Subway Series split vs. Mets

Domingo German gets his first start in return from injury and pitches the Yankees to a Subway Series split vs. Mets on Wednesday        

Newsday

Yankees starter Domingo German stands tall in return from injury to beat Mets in Subway Series finale

Domingo German is listed at 6-foot-2 and 175 pounds. When you look at him from behind, he seems too small for the 55 on his jersey - the number takes up most of his back.

SNY TV

Mets' Mickey Callaway provides update on Jed Lowrie: 'Not close' to rehab assignment

Mets infielder Jed Lowrie is 'not close' to starting a rehab assignment as he deals with various injuries on the left side of his body.

Pinstripe Alley

Yankees activate Domingo German, option Stephen Tarpley to Triple- A

The Yankees have a full rotation again! Earlier today, the Yankees announced that they activated Domingo German off the injured list. The right-hander will start tonight in the Subway Series finale against the Mets. As a corresponding move. the club optioned left-handed reliever Stephen Tarpley to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. German, 26, landed on the injured list with a strained hip flexor back on June 9. He reportedly first felt the injury during a start against the Kansas City Royals on May 26. The hip pain appeared to affect his pitching, as the right-hander logged an 8.59 ERA...

Pinstripe Alley

New York Yankees vs. New York Mets: James Paxton vs. Zack Wheeler

Can the Yankees continue the winning run as they open up a series against their cross-city foe? After a couple days in London, the Yankees are back on the other side of the pond. It was a successful trip on the field, with two wins in two games over the Red Sox, but Luke Voit was lost to an injury while over there. Now back over here, it’s on from one rival to another. The Yankees will open up a two-game series against the Mets tonight. After splitting a pair of games in Yankee Stadium a couple weeks ago, the play shifts to Queens for this week’s set. The Yankees may have gone to...

Amazin Avenue

A Pod of Their Own: Don’t be an a**hole

This week, we talk about the Mets’ bullpen and injury woes and have a discussion about online harassment. Welcome back to A Pod of Their Own, a show by the women of Amazin’ Avenue where we talk all things Mets, social justice issues in baseball, and normalize female voices in the sports podcasting space. This week, we begin by assessing the bullpen situation and the Mets’ recent rash of injuries, holding out hope that the team can perform on this decisive road trip. (2:53) Next, we share our experiences with online harassment, as well as share the stories of others, and have a...

NorthJersey.com

Three takeaways from a wild Tuesday with the Mets

The Mets had a crazy Tuesday with a pregame meeting, several injury updates and an ace performance.        

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

No timetable yet for Sean Newcomb’s return from injury

Left-hander Sean Newcomb, who was struck in the back of the neck by a line drive Saturday, wasn’t available Tuesday and isn’t likely to pitch Wednesday, Braves manager Brian Snitker said Tuesday before the Braves game against the New York Mets at SunTrust Park.

Amazin Avenue

Brandon Nimmo shut down for 30 days

The news casts doubt on Nimmo’s timeline to return According to multiple reports, Brandon Nimmo, in California to obtain a second opinion on his ailing neck from renowned spinal surgeon Dr. David Watkins, has been advised to avoid all baseball activities for at least the next 30 days. This news surely comes as a huge disappointment to Nimmo, first and foremost, and to anyone interested in the Mets’ fortunes. This setback puts a punctuation mark on what’s been an injury-plagued season for Nimmo. His neck issues trace back to at least April 16th, when he was removed from a game against...

New York Post

Robinson Cano gains confidence he needed out of Mets return

It took 25 days for Robinson Cano to make it through an entire Mets game. The aggravation of his left quad injury on June 5 (he originally strained the quad May 22) against the Giants and an early exit let him know he wasn’t ready. And during his time rehabbing with Triple-A Syracuse, the injury...

Bleed Cubbie Blue

The Cubs rotation will be getting a refresh, and we might see Adbert Alzolay in it

Kyle Hendricks’ injury is forcing the Cubs to make changes. Kyle Hendricks went on the 10-day injured list after Friday’s game with shoulder issues. Word is that no one thinks this is too serious, and Kyle should be back not long after the 10-day period expires. (Sure, I know we’ve heard this before. In this case it seems like it’s probably the truth.) According to this Tribune article, top pitching prospect Adbert Alzolay will be the likely replacement for Hendricks: The Cubs haven’t finalized their rotation for the Mets series, but all signs indicate Kyle Hendricks’...

Amazin Avenue

Mets place Noah Syndergaard on injured list with hamstring injury

The 26-year-old left Saturday night’s game because of the hamstring issue. In what should be considered record-setting speed by the Mets’ standards, the team has placed right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard on the injured list this morning after he left last night’s game with a hamstring injury. He’s getting an MRI this morning. The move also makes room for Robinson Canó, who is coming off the injured list himself today, on the Mets’ active roster. Syndergaard hasn’t been his most dominant self so far this season, but the injury opens a major hole in the Mets’ rotation,...

Amazin Avenue

Jason Vargas leaves Mets’ Sunday afternoon game early

Vargas fouled a ball off his foot and left the game. On the same day that they placed Noah Syndergaard on the injured list with a hamstring injury, the Mets lost Jason Vargas early in their series finale today when he fouled a ball off his foot. Whether or not he suffered a significant injury is unknown at this time. Vargas threw four innings and gave up three runs, two of which were earned, before he left the game in the bottom of the fourth. If he were to miss any time, the Mets would go from having had the vast majority of their games started by the five pitchers who were in the Opening...

New York Post

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

Noah Syndergaard has a strained hamstring

The big righthander left in the seventh inning of his Saturday start against the Cardinals. Noah Syndergaard departed in the seventh inning on Saturday with a right hamstring strain. Syndergaard got through six innings having allowed two runs, but gave up a leadoff single in the seventh and fell off the mound awkwardly while facing his next batter. The inconsistent Met ace grabbed the back of his leg and immediately gestured to the dugout, and had a significant limp coming off the field. The Mets plan to get a more detailed diagnosis postgame, but any injury classified as a strain is...

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