12:03 AM EDT, Mon September 15, 2014
New York Post 1 hour ago

No relief: Black set for MRI on aching shoulder

Vic Black will undergo an MRI exam on his achy right shoulder Monday, yet the hard-throwing reliever expressed confidence nothing is seriously wrong with his barking wing. Regardless, the right-hander...
New York Post 2 hours ago

Mets can’t solve Nationals, eliminated in NL East race

You look at the Mets’ massive futility against the Nationals, underlined for almost certainly the last time at Citi Field this season, and you see a gap as wide as...
Newark Star-Ledger 4 hours ago
WATCH: Mets' Wilmer Flores makes fantastic diving catch

WATCH: Mets' Wilmer Flores makes fantastic diving catch

It was another poor day for the Mets, who lost for the third time in the series, but at least Flores awarded them one highlight.

Mind the gap: Mets far from catching Nats

NEW YORK -- One team is headed to the playoffs. The other is headed to a sixth straight sub-.500 finish. One hits home runs at will, and can make Citi Field look small. The other keeps talking about moving the fences in. The New York Mets can tell us every day for a year that they're "very, very close," as manager Terry Collins claimed again on Sunday. But until the Mets find a way to at least narrow the gap between themselves and the Washington Nationals, who is going to believe them?

Fatigue for Black; Eveland done

NEW YORK — Reliever Vic Black has fatigue in his throwing shoulder and will undergo a precautionary MRI today. Black visited with the doctor Sunday as he had been experiencing  soreness in that shoulder since he returned from the disabled …