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New York Mets

New York Mets
The New York Mets, established in 1962, are a Major League Baseball team playing in the National League's East Division. They play their home games at Citi Field, located in Queens, N.Y. The Mets have won two World Series titles, beating the Baltimore Orioles in 1969 and the Boston Red Sox in 1986.
The New York Mets, established in 1962, are a Major League Baseball team playing in the National League's East Division. They play their home games at Citi Field, located in Queens, N.Y. The Mets have won two World Series titles, beating the Baltimore Orioles in 1969 and the Boston Red Sox in 1986. « Show less

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  • Crime & Punishment: Pep Rally Gone Wrong

    Crime & Punishment: Pep Rally Gone Wrong
    John Skok seemed poised to take a plea deal, accepting a year in jail for his part in a scheme that bilked a Montville woman out of her life savings, when the prosecutor brought the proceedings to a halt to accuse the defendant of being drunk in court. "It's been brought to my attention that you're under the influence," Assistant State's Attorney Lawrence Tytla said to Skok, 59, before the New London Superior Court. No word on how Tytla deduced this, but Skok (whose wife was already sentenced for the scheme) was given a breathalyzer test and it showed a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit to drive. Tytla was worried the plea would be null if Skok entered it while intoxicated, but the judge reasoned that Skok, an alcoholic, "was able to function well while legally drunk" and thus could soundly weigh his legal options while sloshed, reports the Norwich Bulletin. He was taken into custody and allowed to take the plea at the next hearing.
  • Rupp back to Triple-A; Aumont back to Philly

     
    Cameron Rupp's time in Philadelphia is over for now, thanks to the activation today of fellow catcher Carlos Ruiz. Meanwhile, Phillippe Aumont is getting another shot in Philadelphia, thanks to the designation for assignment of fellow reliever Jeff...

    Prospect watch: Early look at future of all 30 teams

    The Sports Xchange By Rick Kaplan, The Sports Xchange Prospect watch: Early look at future of all 30 teams Developing baseball talent is always an inexact science. Even when a team drafts or signs a bona fide prospect, injuries sometimes get in the...

    Buy or sell? Deadline breakdown for every team

    The Sports Xchange By Rick Kaplan, The Sports Xchange Buy or sell? Deadline breakdown for every team As trade talks heat up ahead of baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, the biggest name available will be a left-handed starting pitcher --...

    Playoff contenders line up for second half

    The Sports Xchange By John Perrotto, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: MLB Insider Column Playoff contenders line up for second half Bud Selig was using his two favorite words earlier this week during the All-Star Game festivities in Minneapolis. "I...