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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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  • Athletics avoid arbitration, sign 1B Davis

    The Sports Xchange Athletics avoid arbitration, sign 1B Davis The Oakland Athletics on Tuesday avoided arbitration with first baseman Ike Davis. The two sides agreed to a one-year, $3.8 million contract. The A's acquired Davis from Pittsburgh after the...
  • In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles

    In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles
    TALLAHASSEE — Go, Florida State! Come on, Jameis! Let's go, Jimbo! I don't know about you, but that's what I wanted to yell when the Florida State Seminoles took the field on Saturday against Boston College. And when kicker Roberto Aguayo...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1969, Terry German and Stan Sutphen win high school basketball coaching debuts

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. December 1 2009—Northampton grad Brian Schneider signs a two-year deal with the Phillies to be the backup to catcher Carlos Ruiz. The 33-year-old,...
  • Major League Baseball's $25M loan to Nationals compromised its impartiality, MASN says

    Major League Baseball's $25M loan to Nationals compromised its impartiality, MASN says
    Major League Baseball compromised its impartiality in the Orioles-Washington Nationals TV rights fee dispute when it made a nearly $25 million loan to the Nationals that gave it a financial stake in the outcome, attorneys for the Orioles' television...
  • Matsuzaka to return to Japan

    The Sports Xchange Matsuzaka to return to Japan Free-agent pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka is headed back to his native Japan after spending eight years in the major leagues. The 34-year-old Matsuzaka reached a contract agreement with the Fukuoka Softbank...
  • Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense

    Cal Ripken talks about shortstop J.J. Hardy and the Orioles' defense
    When J.J. Hardy won his third consecutive American League Gold Glove Award earlier this month, he became only the second Orioles shortstop to win at least that many in a row. Mark Belanger won eight Gold Gloves in his career with the Orioles,...
  • Hyde5: Five thoughts on Marlins' mega-deal with Stanton

    Hyde5: Five thoughts on Marlins' mega-deal with Stanton
    It’s staggering, this 11-year, $325 million deal the Marlins have finalized with Giancarlo Stanton, according to CBSSports.com. What makes it even more staggering is it’s the perennially cheap Marlins making this offer. So before saying...
  • Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City

    Phillies' Hamels to Cubs could jumpstart rebuilding like it did in Kansas City
    The last few offseasons the Phillies have wavered back and forth on whether they should rebuild or retool. Every year the answer was retool — until this year that is. Now that Philadelphia's front office has finally come to the realization...
  • Phillies announce eight non-roster spring training invitees

    Phillies announce eight non-roster spring training invitees
    The Phillies parted ways with Travis d'Arnaud in the 2010 trade with the Toronto Blue Jays that brought Roy Halladay to town, but now have signed his older brother, infielder/outfielder Chase d'Arnaud, to a minor league contract. d'Arnaud is one of...
  • White Sox weighing value of Alexei Ramirez

     White Sox weighing value of Alexei Ramirez
    PHOENIX — White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez could be a valuable trade chip as the club looks to take another step forward this offseason, but general manager Rick Hahn said Tuesday at baseball's GM meetings that the club is not actively trying to...
  • Orioles thoughts and observations on Duquette, Showalter, Cruz and more

    Orioles thoughts and observations on Duquette, Showalter, Cruz and more
    This is shaping up to be a big week for the Orioles. Executive vice president Dan Duquette was named the Sporting News MLB Executive of the Year on Monday night at the general managers' meetings in Phoenix. The winner of the award was decided by 33...