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11-9, 2nd in NL East
deGrom: My arm feels good, was 'just a little sore' (0:31)
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DeGrom (elbow) tosses day after IL, MRI planned

Jacob deGrom threw on Saturday and said his ailing elbow "actually felt good" a day after the Mets had said their ace was headed to the injured list and was going to get an MRI.

Alonso blasts homer 432 feet in win vs. Cardinals (0:24)

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The Mets will be placing Jacob deGrom on the injured list retroactive to April 16, enabling him to return on April 26, GM Brodie Van Wagenen said in statement.

Passan: Mets concerned, not panicked over deGrom injury (1:42)
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Mets' deGrom (elbow) heads to IL, will have MRI

Mets ace Jacob deGrom, who had been scheduled to start against the Cardinals in St. Louis on Saturday, flew back to New York on Friday to have an MRI on his right elbow.

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Mets ace Jacob deGrom traveled back to New York on Friday and is scheduled to have an MRI on his right elbow, manager Mickey Callaway told reporters in St. Louis.


BBTN: Pitching Rushmore, Trade Mookie?, Mendoza

Buster & Karl Ravech debate their Mt. Rushmore of pitchers, discuss the possibility of Mookie Betts getting traded and much more (6:53). Plus, Jess Mendoza looks ahead to the weekend (32:03) and Wayne Coffey discusses his new book chronicling the '69 Mets (47:27).

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The most feared lineups in baseball

From top to bottom, which are the offenses that no pitcher should want to face? Plus, the clubs that aren't scaring anyone.

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Darling's surgery for chest mass 'went well'

Longtime SNY analyst Ron Darling's surgery to remove a chest mass "went well," his SNY colleague Gary Cohen said Tuesday during the Mets-Phillies broadcast.

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Mets' Matz allows 8 runs without recording out

Mets starter Steven Matz faced eight Phillies batters in the first inning, and they all scored. Matz allowed eight runs, including two homers, without recording an out.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mets beat the Phillies 7-6 on a cold, windy night in Philadelphia. It was brutal game aside from the 24-mph winds, lasting 4 hours, 29 minutes and featuring 14 walks and 380 pitches. The big takeway: Aaron Nola and Noah Syndergaard both allowed five runs -- something neither did last year in 58 combined starts. Nola now has a 7.45 in four outings and Syndergaard is at 5.63.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Trying to protect a one-run lead, Jeurys Familia struggles for the Mets and loads the bases in the bottom of the eighth with two outs. Mickey Callaway then goes to the bullpen, but instead of bringing in Edwin Diaz for a four-out save, he brings in Robert Gsellman, who promptly walks Jean Segura on four pitches. Bryce Harper then pops up the first pitch and it's tied going to the ninth.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Maikel Franco continues to thrive in the eighth spot in the Phillies lineup, crushing a two-run homer 429 feet into the second deck in left field off Noah Syndergaard, making it a 5-5 game in the fourth inning. Syndergaard didn't allow five runs in a game all of 2018. So much for the anticipated pitching duel with Aaron Nola.


BBTN: Hot Astros, Jackie Robinson Day, deGrom

Before an enlightening conversation with Jacob deGrom (49:22), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss Jackie Robinson Day, the red hot Astros, dominant pitching staffs & more (11:38). Plus, Negro Leagues Museum President Bob Kendrick (38:36) and Todd Radom's Cap Talk and latest uniform quiz (41:44).

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.263
On Base Percentage.349
Slugging Percentage.428
Earned Run Average5.72
Quality Starts0