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New York Mets

Stadium: Citi Field | Manager: Terry Collins
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Last Game

Fri, August 29
Citi Field
Philadelphia Phillies
New York Mets


W: J. deGrom (7-6)
J. Diekman (3-4)
J. Mejia (20)

Home Runs

PHI - None  
- None


Mon Aug 18
L 4 - 1CHC
Tue Aug 19
L 6 - 2at OAK
Wed Aug 20
W 8 - 5at OAK
Fri Aug 22
L 6 - 2at LAD
Sat Aug 23
L 7 - 4at LAD
Sun Aug 24
W 11 - 3at LAD
Tue Aug 26
W 3 - 2ATL
Wed Aug 27
L 3 - 2ATL
Thu Aug 28
L 6 - 1ATL
Fri Aug 29
W 4 - 1PHI
7:10 pm EDT
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Aug 31
1:10 pm EDT
Mon Sep 1
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Sep 2
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Wed Sep 3
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Sep 5
at CIN
4:10 pm EDT
Sat Sep 6
at CIN
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Sep 7
at CIN
7:10 pm EDT
Mon Sep 8
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Sep 9


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Jenrry Mejia picks up his 20th save
by Chris Cwik |

Mets closer Jenrry Mejia picked up his 20th save Friday against the Phillies. 

Mejia entered with a three-run lead, and wound up dominating. He struck out the side during his one inning of work. A base-runner did manage to reach on an error, but Mejia was able to pitch around it. 

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Jacob deGrom picks up the win Friday
by Chris Cwik |

Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom turned in a great start Friday against the Phillies.

deGrom allowed one unearned run on four hits over seven innings. He struck out five and walked two during the outing. The Phillies scored their only run in the seventh inning. After a leadoff single, Grady Sizemore reached on a throwing error by Lucas Duda, allowing the leadoff runner to advance to second. That run would come around on a single. It would be an unearned run for deGrom.

With the win, deGrom improved to 7-6. He'll take on the Marlins in their next start. 

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Dilson Herrera interesting, but raw
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Apparently, the Mets aren't just looking to trudge their way through the season's final month. Instead of turning to some journeyman type to fill in for Daniel Murphy, who went on the DL Friday with a calf injury, they reached all the way down to Double-A and pulled up 20-year-old Dilson Herrera, who hadn't played a single game above low Class A prior to this year.

True, the Mets also acquired hard-throwing reliever and potential closer candidate Vic Black in the deal that sent Marlon Byrd to the Pirates last August, but Herrera may have been the real prize. A toolsy type who has also played some shortstop, he's taken a big step forward in the minors this season, batting .323 with 13 home runs, 23 steals and an .858 OPS. And though he's split his at-bats almost evenly between two stops, his numbers only improved following his promotion to Double-A Binghamton, where he's hit .340 with a .967 OPS.

Does that mean he's ready to play in the big leagues? That's probably a stretch. Rougned Odor took a similar step forward last year -- and with a better pedigree to begin with -- and he's struggled to transition to the big leagues at at 20.

Still, in NL-only and long-term keeper leagues, Herrera's upside makes him worth a flier.

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'Significant issue' could keep Daniel Murphy out a while
by Chris Towers |

Mets infielder Daniel Murphy may end up missing much of the remainder of the season due to his calf injury, manager Terry Collins told Friday.

"I'll tell you, Murph's down," Collins said. "It's not about who is playing second base. He had some pretty big goals set, and rightfully so, that he was chasing. Big goals. And now we're looking at quite a lengthy DL stint to where how much is going to be left at the end of the year?"

Murphy had an MRI taken on the calf, and manager Sandy Alderson also noted it is a 'significant issue,' though the exact timetable for his potential return to the lineup. The Mets have just 28 games remaining on the schedule, as of Friday. 

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Dilson Herrera to play only second in majors
by Chris Towers |

Mets shortstop Dilson Herrera will only play second base in the majors, reports, despite playing 27 games in the minors at shortstop this season.

Herrera was recalled Thursday from Double-A Binghamton, where he was hitting .340/.406/.560 in 61 games. He is expected to help replace Daniel Murphy, who was placed on the DL Thursday. 

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGDaniel Murphy , 2B.301
HRLucas Duda , 1B26
RBILucas Duda , 1B76
OBPLucas Duda , 1B.346
SLGLucas Duda , 1B.492
RDaniel Murphy , 2B73
SBEric Young , LF28
WBartolo Colon , SP12
ERAZack Wheeler , SP3.44
WHIPBartolo Colon , SP1.15
KZack Wheeler , SP155
SVJenrry Mejia , RP20
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