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Sun, April 26
Yankee Stadium
New York Mets
New York Yankees


W: C. Shreve (1-0)
J. Niese (2-1)
A. Miller (7)

Home Runs

NYM - C. Granderson (1)  
- A. Rodriguez (5)


Thu Apr 16
W 7 - 5MIA
Fri Apr 17
W 4 - 1MIA
Sat Apr 18
W 5 - 4MIA
Sun Apr 19
W 7 - 6MIA
Tue Apr 21
W 7 - 1ATL
Wed Apr 22
W 3 - 2ATL
Thu Apr 23
W 6 - 3ATL
Fri Apr 24
L 6 - 1at NYY
Sat Apr 25
W 8 - 2at NYY
Sun Apr 26
L 6 - 4at NYY
7:10 pm EDT
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 28
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Wed Apr 29
at MIA
7:10 pm EDT
Thu Apr 30
7:10 pm EDT
Fri May 1
7:10 pm EDT
Sat May 2
1:10 pm EDT
Sun May 3
7:10 pm EDT
Tue May 5
7:10 pm EDT
Wed May 6
7:05 pm EDT
Fri May 8
at PHI


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Mets starter Jonathon Niese struggles vs. Yankees
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

Mets starter Jonathon Niese was not sharp Sunday in the finale of the Subway Series against the Yankees, lasting just five innings while allowing six runs and eight hits. Niese was betrayed somewhat by his defense, which committed four errors behind him, leading to two unearned runs. 

Niese was spotted a 2-0 first-inning lead, but he quickly gave it back, allowing a first-inning homer to Alex Rodriguez and then giving up four second-inning runs as the Yankees broke the game open. 

"You can't look into it too deeply," Niese said to MLB.com. "It's a loss. It's a tough loss. Obviously we want to win, but we've just got to get through it, learn from it, move on and play better."

Niese, who threw 86 pitches, saw his ERA rise to 2.74 in absorbing his first loss of the season. 

"I just wish I could have a couple pitches back," Niese said. "But I threw them. The results were what they were. I've just got to move on."

Niese will look to get back on track Saturday against the Nationals.

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Mets 2B David Murphy tallies pair of doubles in loss
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

Slumping Mets second baseman David Murphy finally found a bit of an offensive groove Sunday, going 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs, but it wasn't enough to keep the Mets from losing the rubber game of the Subway Series, 6-4, to the Yankees. 

Murphy hit his first RBI double in the first inning as the Mets opened up a 2-0 advantage. He registered another clutch hit in the third, this time driving in a run to close the Mets' deficit to 5-4. 

Murphy is tied with Lucas Duda for the team high with 11 RBIs, and the two hits raised his average to .169. However, it wasn't all good for Murphy, as he committed one of the Mets' four errors in the loss. 

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Mets 2B Daniel Murphy still looking for a rhythm at the plate
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy is off to his worst start to a season in his career, hitting just .142 in 62 at-bats. Manager Terry Collins believes he knows the reason for the struggles, according to ESPN.com.

"Lack of spring training, more than anything," Collins said Sunday.

Murphy took just 17 at-bats in spring training with a right hamstring injury and has just two hits in his last 19 at-bats entering Sunday's game. Collins remains in Murphy's corner for the long haul.

"He's got a track record," Collins said. "I'm not worried. We've just got to get him going."

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Mets third baseman David Wright set to ramp up activities
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Mets third baseman David Wright will continue with his rehab of a hamstring injury this week by ramping up his baseball activities, according to ESPN.com.

Wright is scheduled to field ground balls and do a little bit of running to test his injured hamstring. Wright is currently on the 15-day DL with the injury. He is eligible to return to the club Thursday, but manager Terry Collins doesn't think it's realistic. Collions is hopeful for him to return by Saturday, according to the N.Y. Daily News.

Wright is hitting .333 with one home run and four RBI in 33 at-bats this season.

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Mets' Danny Muno in lineup Sunday vs. Yankees
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Mets infielder Danny Muno is in the starting lineup for Sunday's matchup with the Yankees.

Muno, who is serving as the team's designated hitter and batting eighth, is making his first start of the season. He's 1 for 3 with a stolen base while serving as a pinch-hitter.

"I knew coming into the series that I was going to DH Danny Muno today," manager Terry Collins said. "And I really don't want to tell you why, because I don't want them to know why. But there's a reason why he's in there today."

The Mets are underdogs (+135) against their in-town rivals Sunday.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGLucas Duda , 1B.323
HRWilmer Flores , SS3
RBILucas Duda , 1B11
OBPLucas Duda , 1B.400
SLGLucas Duda , 1B.523
RCurtis Granderson , RF12
SBCurtis Granderson , RF2
WMatt Harvey , SP4
ERAJonathon Niese , SP1.50
WHIPBartolo Colon , SP0.88
KMatt Harvey , SP31
SVJeurys Familia , RP8
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