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New York Mets

Stadium: Citi Field | Manager: Terry Collins
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National League 13th8th9th6th

Last Game

Wed, September 17
Citi Field
TV: FSN Florida
Miami Marlins
New York Mets


W: H. Alvarez (11-6)
D. Gee (7-8)
S. Cishek (37)

Home Runs

MIA - None  
- None


Mon Sep 8
W 3 - 2COL
Tue Sep 9
W 2 - 0COL
Wed Sep 10
W 2 - 0COL
Thu Sep 11
L 6 - 2WAS
Fri Sep 12
W 4 - 3WAS
Sat Sep 13
L 10 - 3WAS
Sun Sep 14
L 3 - 0WAS
Mon Sep 15
L 6 - 5MIA
Tue Sep 16
W 9 - 1MIA
Wed Sep 17
L 4 - 3MIA
7:35 pm EDT
Fri Sep 19
at ATL
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Sep 20
at ATL
1:35 pm EDT
Sun Sep 21
at ATL
7:05 pm EDT
Tue Sep 23
at WAS
7:05 pm EDT
Wed Sep 24
at WAS
7:05 pm EDT
Thu Sep 25
at WAS
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Sep 26
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Sep 27
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Sep 28


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Dillon Gee surrenders four runs in loss vs. Marlins
by R.J. White |

Mets pitcher Dillon Gee took a loss Wednesday, giving up four earned runs on seven hits and two walks in 6 2/3 innings and striking out four in his team's 4-3 defeat against the Marlins.

Gee (7-8) had a pair of runs score in the first inning, one on a wild pitch and the next on an infield single. The Marlins tacked on another run in the second inning before adding to a 3-2 lead in the seventh with an RBI double. Gee, who didn't surrender a home run for the first time in four starts, owns a 3.88 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 92:43 K:BB ratio in 132 1/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Nationals next Wednesday.

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Juan Lagares to sit for a while with elbow injury
by Marty Gitlin |

Terry Collins has confirmed that Mets center fielder Juan Lagares will miss at least a few games with a sprained elbow, per ESPN.

Lagares left the Tuesday game with the injury. His hitless performance in two at-bats ended a four-game hitting streak.

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Wilmer Flores upping his stock for 2015
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Granted, if the Mets make a play for Starlin Castro or some other high-profile shortstop this offseason, all bets are off, but Wilmer Flores' two-homer performance Tuesday against the Marlins was just the latest indication that the 23-year-old is on the verge of turning the corner.

And that's an exciting prospect for Fantasy owners now that he's proven at least competent at the weakest position in the game.

In his last 18 games, he's batting .303 with five home runs and a .984 OPS. He has struck out just twice in 66 at-bats during that stretch. In 43 games since the All-Star break (or since his return from the minors, more accurately), he has struck out just nine times in 140 at-bats.

That was his calling card in the minors, where he never struck out even 80 times in a season and was typically between 60 and 70. The high contact rate often resulted in a .300 batting average -- particularly in the upper levels, when he began to develop the power to hit 15-plus homers and 30-plus doubles.

It's a skill set similar to the one Edgardo Alfonzo brought with him to the majors in the late 90s. If you were playing Fantasy then, you'll probably remember he had a few years when he was a pretty stellar option even at the height of the steroids era. And he wasn't even a shortstop during that time.

Sleeper alert?

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Wilmer Flores blasts off twice in Tuesday win
by Marty Gitlin |

Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores has been tearing it up at the plate recently, but went downright hog-wild Tuesday night.

Flores achieved the first two-homer game of his career in a rout of Miami. He began his big night with an RBI double in the fourth inning, socked a three-run blast in the fifth and added a two-run shot in the seventh for six RBI. He is 8 for 15 with two homers and 10 RBI in the last four games combined.

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Bartolo Colon strikes out seven in win vs. Marlins
by R.J. White |

Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon earned a win Tuesday, surrendering one earned run on 12 hits in 7 2/3 innings and striking out seven in his team's 9-1 victory over the Marlins.

Colon (14-12) allowed a run to come home on an infield single in the third inning, but though the Marlins offense continued to rack up hits, they couldn't answer the Mets' offensive outburst in the middle of the game. Colon owns a 4.02 ERA and 143:25 K:BB ratio in 190 1/3 innings. He's scheduled to face the Nationals next Tuesday.

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