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  • Pete Alonso’s mental toughness helped Mets win this one

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There was a Polar Bear Grand Slam Plan. This is the underappreciated aspect of the amazin’ Mets rookie. Pete Alonso has a plan for everything and works hard to achieve success. His bases-loaded, majestic fly ball deep into the stands hugged the right-field line and foul pole in the seventh inning...
  • Mets needed this one, and Jacob deGrom delivered

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In his bid to repeat as the National League Cy Young-award winner, Jacob deGrom may have a difficult time catching a certain Dodgers left-hander, but the Mets ace has certainly resembled the 2018 version of himself since the All-Star break. The award could be Hyun-Jin Ryu’s to lose at this point....
  • Mets confident an Edwin Diaz resurgence may be ‘this close’

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mets pitching coach Phil Regan held his left thumb about a half-inch from his index finger on Saturday when discussing his pet project. “I think we’re this close,” Regan said, referring to Edwin Diaz and a possible resurgence for the beleaguered reliever. Diaz had entered in the eighth inning with the...
  • Why Mets’ Mickey Callaway went to Edwin Diaz

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — This was far removed from a save situation for Edwin Diaz. Mickey Callaway was trying to save the Mets from an embarrassing loss and was trying to keep the game from getting completely out of hand when he brought in Diaz, who started the season as the Mets’ closer after coming...
  • Mets certainly aren’t the Yankees in one crucial category

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — From the moment the Mets’ lineup was posted, this looked like trouble. This is why the Mets’ ride will be a roller-coaster the rest of the way. They have not shown the ability to take care of business when they must take care of business and they are a little short...
  • Mets getting closer to getting Brandon Nimmo back

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Brandon Nimmo is on the comeback trail. The Mets outfielder went 1-for-3 with a walk and a strikeout as the designated hitter in a minor league rehab assignment for Single-A St. Lucie on Friday. It’s his first game action since mid-June, when he was rehabbing at Triple-A Syracuse. Nimmo, who earlier...
  • Mets look overmatched by lowly Royals in series-opening dud

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — They couldn’t save a few hits from the previous game? Such is baseball’s fickle nature that the Mets could total a season-high 23 hits against the Braves one night and then appear completely overmatched at the plate by the hapless Royals the next. Neutered by mediocre left-hander Mike Montgomery and the...
  • Amed Rosario’s rise draws Didi Gregorius comparisons

  • KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The shortstop who plays across town from Amed Rosario might serve as the best example of a player at his position who figured it out during a season and became a star. Didi Gregorius was 25 years old, in his third major league season, when the transformation began with the Yankees....

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