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Last Game

Fri, May 22
PNC Park
New York Mets
Pittsburgh Pirates


W: G. Cole (6-2)
N. Syndergaard (1-2)
M. Melancon (10)

Home Runs

NYM - None  
- None


Wed May 13
L 2 - 1at CHC
Thu May 14
L 6 - 5at CHC
Fri May 15
L 7 - 0MIL
Sat May 16
W 14 - 1MIL
Sun May 17
W 5 - 1MIL
Mon May 18
W 2 - 1STL
Tue May 19
L 10 - 2STL
Wed May 20
L 9 - 0STL
Thu May 21
W 5 - 0STL
Fri May 22
L 4 - 1at PIT
4:05 pm EDT
at PIT
1:35 pm EDT
Sun May 24
at PIT
1:10 pm EDT
Mon May 25
7:10 pm EDT
Tue May 26
1:10 pm EDT
Wed May 27
7:10 pm EDT
Fri May 29
4:10 pm EDT
Sat May 30
1:10 pm EDT
Sun May 31
10:10 pm EDT
Mon Jun 1
at SD
10:10 pm EDT
Tue Jun 2
at SD


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Mets P Noah Syndergaard strikes out 5 in loss to Pirates
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard fell to 1-2 for the season after losing Friday night's game 4-1 to the Pirates. 

Syndergaard, the heralded 22-year-old, allowed four runs — three earned — in six innings of work. He gave up seven hits, struck out five and didn't surrender any walks. He now holds an ERA of 3.63 this season. 

After giving up five walks in his first two starts, it's a good sign that Syndergaard was able to prevent any from occurring against the Pirates. 

Though his stat line wasn't the best, his performance was solid enough for manager Terry Collins to keep him in the rotation. 

“Right now, he’s not going anywhere," Collins said, via the Wall Street Journal

Syndergaard's next start is projected for May 27 against the Phillies. 

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Travis d'Arnaud takes batting practice for Mets
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud took batting practice on Friday, for the first time since going on the disabled list, per ESPN. .

d'Arnaud has been on the 15-day disabled list since mid April with a hand injury., as he nears a return from the disabled list.

Assuming no setbacks, the plan is for d'Arnaud to begin a minor league rehab assignment next week. 

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David Wright takes batting practice for Mets
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Mets third baseman David Wright took batting practice on Friday, as he nears a return from the disabled list, per ESPN

Wright has been on the 15-day disabled list with a back issue. Friday was his first time hitting off live pitching in his rehab. 

Assuming no setbacks, the plan is for Wright to begin a minor league rehab assignment next week. 

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Mets are in no hurry to trade young pitching for a shortstop
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

The Mets are seeming less and less likely to deal from their surplus of young pitching, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. There have been numerous on-going talks about the team possibly looking to deal one of their young arms for a shortstop. 

But as Heyman reports, the Mets are not necessarily rushing to go out and get a shortstop. The club is apparently willing to give Wilmer Flores more time to prove himself. They also have a stock of young shortstops in the minor leagues, including Matt Reynolds, Gavin Cecchini and 19-year-old Amed Rosario.

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Mets LF Michael Cuddyer could be finding his way at the plate
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Mets left fielder Michael Cuddyer had his first three-hit game of the season in Thursday's win over the Cardinals. Cuddyer reached safely in all four of his plate appearances, going 3 for 3 (all singles) with a walk. 

The veteran outfielder has gotten off to a rather slow start at the plate for his new team, but he may be starting to turn things around. He's reached base safely via a hit or a walk in each of his last seven games, batting .346 during that span. 

“I feel a little better,’’ Cuddyer said after the game, per the New York Post. “I don’t really tinker with mechanics too much. There’s a few things you I can do in the cage that will free you up a little bit, and we’re getting you that point. But ultimately, you look at the box score, and that’s how you say if a guy is hot or not.’’

Cuddyer hasn't homered since May 1, so the power hasn't quite been there for him yet. But the team is happy to see Cuddyer improving.

“Cuddy’s hitting the ball well. He hit the ball well [Wednesday] night, but right at them," Mets first baseman Lucas Duda said. "I think we’re getting rolling here offensively, and that will just help us. It should be fun.’’

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGLucas Duda , 1B.294
HRWilmer Flores , SS6
RBIDaniel Murphy , 2B22
OBPLucas Duda , 1B.388
SLGLucas Duda , 1B.484
RLucas Duda , 1B23
SBCurtis Granderson , RF3
WBartolo Colon , SP6
ERAMatt Harvey , SP1.98
WHIPMatt Harvey , SP0.91
KMatt Harvey , SP56
SVJeurys Familia , RP13

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