Last Game Postponed

Thu, May 28
  • Citizens Bank Park
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NL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
PHI 0-0 0-0
ATL 0-0 0-0
MIA 0-0 0-0
WAS 0-0 0-0
NYM 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
@ ATL
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@ ATL
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@ ATL
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@ PHI
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@ PHI
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@ PHI
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vs LAD
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vs LAD
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vs LAD
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vs HOU
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Top Mets News

  • Mets' Robinson Cano: Could see time at DH

    Cano could see time at designated hitter for the Mets if a universal DH is part of a shortened MLB schedule, Deesha Thosar of The New York Daily News reports.

    While Yoenis Cespedes (ankle) would probably be the team's first choice, if Cespedes is healthy enough to see the field occasionally, it would open up the DH spot for the 37-year-old Cano to get partial rest as well in an effort to keep him off the injured list. J.D. Davis, whose defense remains spotty, could also factor into a DH rotation, and the Mets' bench also features options such as Dominic Smith and Jed Lowrie (knee).

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  • Mets' Robinson Cano: Says legs feel strong

    Cano has been biking and running for two hours a day in addition to throwing and hitting in a batting cage, Deesha Thosar of The New York Daily News reports. "It's been beneficial for me for sure," Cano said Tuesday. "Working out is my main focus right now. So I'm working on things and my legs feel strong right now. Just can't wait to go back on the field, and then play."

    The veteran second baseman saw his production wilt amidst a variety of lower-body injuries last year, including a career-low .256 batting average, so keeping his legs in shape has been one of Cano's top priorities this offseason, and now during the shutdown. With four years and nearly $100 million remaining on his contract, the Mets are hoping the 37-year-old can rebound to something closer to his 2017 performance, when he posted a .280/.338/.453 slash line over 150 games for the Mariners.

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  • Mets' J.D. Davis: Still likely starter

    Davis remains the likely starter in left field for the Mets when the regular season begins, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    The delayed start to the season does open up the possibility that Yoenis Cespedes (ankle) could be healthy enough for regular duty, but Davis is still expected to hang onto the job after his impressive .307/.369/.527 performance at the plate last season. In the long term, however, the 27-year-old will need to improve his defense as well if he's to become a fixture in left field.

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  • Mets' Michael Conforto: Shakes off oblique injury

    Conforto (oblique) has been taking regular batting practice and is expected to be back to full strength when the Mets reconvene for workouts, barring any sort of setback in his training, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

    Conforto is one of several injured MLB players who has benefited from the extended recovery time afforded to him by the coronavirus pandemic, as his strained right oblique -- which once threatened his availability for Opening Day -- is unlikely to be an issue once the season resumes. Coming off three straight seasons of 25-plus home runs, Conforto is expected to slot in as the No. 3 hitter in a Mets lineup that could be improved from 2019 with better health from the likes of Yoenis Cespedes, Brandon Nimmo and Robinson Cano.

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Injuries

Player Injury
N. Syndergaard SP Noah Syndergaard SP Elbow
Y. Cespedes LF Yoenis Cespedes LF Ankle
J. Lowrie 3B Jed Lowrie 3B Knee
D. Smith RP Drew Smith RP Elbow

Mets Tickets

@ PHI
Thu, May 28 @ 7:05 pm
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia, PA