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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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  • On The Fly: At Least We're Far From Florida State

    While it wasn't a good weekend for many of the local college football teams, with losses from UConn, Yale and Central, the fan base still should feel a great sense of pride that it doesn't support Florida State. If you saw The New York Times on Sunday,...
  • Curt Simmons vs. the Yankees: A Lehigh Valley legend's day on baseball's biggest stage

    Curt Simmons remembers Oct. 10, 1964, quite well. That's the day his long wait to pitch in a World Series finally came to an end, and even though his St. Louis Cardinals lost to the New York Yankees that day in the Bronx thanks to one last special...
  • Catalogue of woes puts Washington in the doldrums

    WASHINGTON -- Baseball lore recalls that legendary manager Casey Stengel, when running the hapless 1962 New York Mets, forlornly asked his charges: "Can't anybody here play this game?" It's an appropriate question right now in the nation's capital...
  • TBS analyst Ron Darling talks about Royals-Orioles ALCS, Showalter, Kansas City's speed

    Former Mets pitcher Ron Darling will be part of a three-man broadcast booth anchored by play-by-play man Ernie Johnson and former Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr. during the American League Championship Series, and he spoke with The Baltimore Sun about his...
  • Betting on Bayes-ball [Commentary]

    Betting on Bayes-ball [Commentary]
    In the beginning, it wasn't about the money. But if the baseball gods deal you a 60 to 80 percent chance of winning, what would you do? On opening day of last year's baseball season, a friend and I waited for our beloved Washington Nationals to take the...
  • Malloy Up By 8 In New Poll

     Malloy Up By 8 In New Poll
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is leading the race for governor by 8 points in a new poll - a sharp change from the latest Quinnipiac University poll that showed him behind by 6 points. Malloy is ahead in a survey released Monday by Public Policy Polling of North...
  • Cubs' Castro may be long for shortstop

    Cubs' Castro may be long for shortstop
    Addison Russell appears destined to start the 2015 season at Triple-A Iowa, and the assumption is that Javier Baez will be the Cubs’ opening-day second baseman. That leaves incumbent Starlin Castro at shortstop despite the need for marquee...
  • Philadelphia Eagles remain in search of viable running game

    — After New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens tossed the barrel of a broken bat at New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza in the most seminal World Series moment most people will ever remember, the line of questioning at the winning manager's postgame...
  • Baseball awards picks: Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout ... not TWC

    The boss wanted picks for baseball's annual awards. We'll get to them, but we had a few questions first. Will L.A. get to see the Dodgers on TV next season? We're going to say yes, with guarded optimism. Time Warner Cable could not get DirecTV to...
  • Final day of the 2014 season is a beautiful day for baseball

    The clock had just struck 10 on Sunday morning, the dawn of a classic day of baseball. This was Game 162, and not one postseason matchup was set. The Dodgers did not know what team they would play. But they knew they were in the playoffs, and their...
  • Justin Turner takes hot bat back to Dodger bench

    Infielder Justin Turner played in 109 games this season, the second-highest total in his career. He even batted cleanup for the Dodgers during the final series of the regular season. But when the Dodgers begin postseason play against the St. Louis...