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Callaway, Vargas perform Mets dysfunction in the worst case

CHICAGO – The wheels of Mickey Callaway and Mets Sunday at Wrigley Field have come off so many ways. First, the beleaguered manager stayed far too long with the assistant Seth Lugo. Lugo's 42nd field, a poor pusher, was jostled by Javier Baez for a threefold home run in the eighth inning, which brought the Cubs to a 5: 3 …

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Mets apologize after confronting reporters

CHICAGO – Mickey Callaway, manager of New York Mets, scolded a reporter, and pitcher Jason Vargas had to be discouraged from denouncing him after a Sunday loss during a confrontation at the clubhouse of Newsday after the Mets joined A 5-3 defeat to the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field gave them a late lead. There was no physical contact. In …

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The explosion of Baez collects Cubs past Mets, 5-3

The 100th home game of Javier Baez could not have come for him or for the Chicago Cubs at a better time. On the verge of yet another frustrating defeat by the New York Mets, Baez prevailed on Sunday to the limit In the 0-2 defeat, he prevailed against Seth Lugo and scored with a 3-run homer one 5: 3 …

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Phil Regan, who is 82 years old, is your new Mets Pitching Coach

This photo is two years old. Photo: Jim McIsaac (Getty Images) Alter would do well to get Phil Regan. He had a remarkable and unlikely eventful life in baseball and a very long one. Regan's first major manager in 1960 was Jimmy Dykes, another Lifer who made his debut when the third baseman was drafted for the Philadelphia Athletics in …

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Meet new Mets pitching coach Phil Regan

Following the dismissal of Pitching Coach Dave Eiland the Mets will replace him with Phil Regan who had worked for the Organization in the Minors. Regan, 82, worked as a driving pitching trainer, usually focusing on the lower levels of minors. Regan had a 13-year big league career (at the Tigers, Dodgers, Cubs and White Sox) before becoming a coach. …

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Mets are encouragingly reporting Noah Syndergaard's thigh injury

It seems the Mets were lucky when it came to the severity of Noah Syndergaard's thigh strain. An MRI conducted on Sunday revealed an "inferior" burden, manager Mickey Callaway said before the match on Monday in Atlanta that Syndergaard (who is on the IL and will miss his launch on Thursday) will be re-evaluated in the coming days. Before the …

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Mets & # 39; Pete Alonso doubles when he responds to Tweet push-to-play

Pete Alonso played better defense on Friday night than the rest of the Mets. His defense originally came on Twitter. The first baseman struggled against the idea that his lobbying should keep the game going on Thursday. The rain caused a 5-4 loss of the Mets, which ended on Friday. Edwin Diaz took the lead on ninth Thursday before the …

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Jeurys Familia implodes as Mets lose two to Cardinals

Prosperity can be fleeting. It's often over in no time for the Mets. Usually it is a bullpen. Within 24 hours, they went from a good feeling to the sixth win in eight games, were defeated in a makeshift double header, and disappeared again .500. In both cases, the bullpen delivered the dagger and ruined potential victories. First it was …

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The Mets & Plague Doctors are back when Robinson Cano returns to IL

Photo: Adam Hunger (Getty) The latest information on the quad injury that hunts Mets second baseman Robinson Cano is so well known that it's difficult to absorb without one to feel intense déjà-vu. Let me assure you that these are not news that you have read before, or a memory from a past life that bubbles to the surface of …

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