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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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  • Pedro Martinez Going To Hall With Johnson, Biggio, Smoltz

    Pedro Martinez Going To Hall With Johnson, Biggio, Smoltz
    NEW YORK — Eleven months after Roger Clemens left Boston to embark on the twilight of his career, Pedro Martinez arrived as the new pitching ace of the Red Sox. Over the next seven seasons, Martinez was among the best pitchers in baseball while...
  • Visions Ball raises $860,000 for the Foundation Fighting Blindness

    Visions Ball raises $860,000 for the Foundation Fighting Blindness
    The Foundation Fighting Blindness, a national nonprofit organization focused on vision-saving research, hosted its biennial Visions Ball Oct. 11 at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago. Rob Stafford of WMAQ-Channel 5 served as master of ceremonies. Musician...
  • Kerry Wood welcomes World Series talk at Woody's Winter Warm-Up

    There was something different about the mood at this year's Kerry Wood-hosted Woody's Winter Warm-Up benefit -- and it had little to do with the new location. Several Cubs players attended the fourth annual Wood Family Foundation benefit Friday at Harry...
  • On The Fly: Topps Baseball Card Designer Berger Dies At 91

    Sy Berger, the man who came up with the basic design for baseball cards as you know them today — or, at least, as you knew them before the industry got really wacky — died Sunday of natural causes. He was 91. Berger, who worked for Topps for...
  • Both Cubs and White Sox enjoy basking in offseason spotlight

    Both Cubs and White Sox enjoy basking in offseason spotlight
    Late Tribune sports columnist Steve Daley once wrote "Baseball has no offseason in Chicago. Interest only starts to wane when the teams start to play their games." We do spend an inordinate amount of time discussing baseball in the winter, perhaps to...
  • Major League Baseball must turn over documents in MASN TV rights fee dispute

    Major League Baseball must turn over documents in MASN TV rights fee dispute
    A New York judge ordered Major League Baseball on Monday to produce documents sought by the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network as it tries to bolster its claim that commissioner-elect Rob Manfred unfairly influenced a decision in the Orioles' TV-rights fee...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game

    Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game
    The sports fan in me died Sept. 9, 1972. Forty two years later, it isn't difficult to make such an admission. The hard part is admitting the sports fan in me returned from the dead in the waning days of 2014. Growing up in the 1960s as a fan of the...
  • Giants' Beckham in company with NY's greatest rookies

    Giants' Beckham in company with NY's greatest rookies
    The Giants' season may not be going anywhere, but Odell Beckham Jr. and his impressive rookie campaign give fans reason to be excited for the future. The wideout is averaging more than 100 receiving yards per game through his first 11 games, a feat no...
  • Chris Christie Defends Celebrating Dallas Cowboys Win On WFAN

    TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is defending his rooting for his beloved Dallas Cowboys — again. The Republican governor and potential 2016 presidential contender was caught by television cameras celebrating in the box of...
  • Price gets $19.75 million as 95 in MLB arbitration settle

    NEW YORK — Detroit left-hander David Price set a record for the highest one-year contract for a player in salary arbitration, agreeing to a $19.75 million deal as 95 players reached agreements on the busiest day of baseball's offseason. Several...
  • Dodgers strike deals with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Juan Nicasio

    Dodgers strike deals with Kenley Jansen, Justin Turner, Juan Nicasio
    The Dodgers won’t have any salary arbitration hearings again this year after agreeing to one-year contracts with closer Kenley Jansen, infielder Justin Turner and right-hander Juan Nicasio. Jansen, Turner and Nicasio were the team’s last...