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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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  • Giants' Tim Hudson ready for his leading role after all these years

    Team Moneyball will be represented at the World Series, again. Hollywood's favorite team never won, but its alumni have. David Justice joined the Atlanta Braves to win a ring. Jermaine Dye won his with the Chicago White Sox. Barry Zito won by trading...
  • On The Fly: Big Question Now Is Who Gets Joe Maddon

    On The Fly: Big Question Now Is Who Gets Joe Maddon
    Joe Maddon has been the face of the Tampa Bay Rays' revival, leading the once-moribund franchise to 754 wins and four postseason appearances in nine years. But just a few weeks after executive vice president Andrew Friedman left the Rays for the Dodgers,...
  • On The Fly: Movie On Boxer Vinny Paz; TSN Award To Kershaw

    On The Fly: Movie On Boxer Vinny Paz; TSN Award To Kershaw
    Shooting for the movie "Bleed For This," about boxer Vinny Paz, will begin in Rhode Island next month, says the Boston Globe. Paz fought 15 times at Foxwoods and is in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. He was 50-10 in his career and fought big-time...
  • Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience

    Christian Bergman looks back on rookie season as learning experience
    During a conversation in regards to his first season in Major League Baseball, Christian Bergman interrupts himself. “It seems like I’m saying ‘learning’ a whole lot,” he joked. Indeed, from his days at St. Francis High...
  • Dodgers prove once again money isn't everything

     Dodgers prove once again money isn't everything
    While the Dodgers were adding one of those new-age, rock-star executives to their front office last week, naming Rays general manager Andrew Friedman their new president of baseball operations, the archrival Giants were busy winning their third pennant in...
  • Cardinals' Randal Grichuk has rough right-field debut at AT&T Park

    In the modern ballpark, where nothing is too sacrosanct for a corporate logo, the Levi's flags told the story on Tuesday. The flags fly high above right field at AT&T Park, bright red buffers between the ballpark and the San Francisco Bay. As the wind...
  • Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez coming off a long layoff

    Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez coming off a long layoff
    Right-hander Miguel Gonzalez hasn't pitched since the Orioles ended the regular season Sept. 28, but he's not particularly worried about how a 16-day layoff will affect him Wednesday in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series. "It's been two...
  • White Sox's Jose Abreu named AL Rookie of the Year by Sporting News

    White Sox's Jose Abreu named AL Rookie of the Year by Sporting News
    Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu has been named the Sporting News American League Rookie of the Year, as voted on by fellow AL players. Abreu received 149 votes to run away with the award. The Angels’ Matt Shoemaker received four votes,...
  • Tom Glavine's Alpharetta, Ga., home goes for $1.7 million

    After their home near Alpharetta, Ga., bounced on and off the market for the better part of six years, Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Tom Glavine and his wife, Christine, have found a buyer. The 10,222-square-foot residence, once listed for as much as...
  • Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors

    Former Stetson pitchers thrive in majors
    By the time Jacob deGrom arrived at Stetson in 2008, Corey Kluber already had been drafted by the San Diego Padres. They don't know each other, except by reputation, but those who follow Major League Baseball likely are familiar with the former Hatters....
  • First Miami Marlins' offseason transactions involve Ed Lucas, Jordany Valdespin

    The Marlins' first offseason transactions involved a couple of bench players. Friday, the club announced it lost Ed Lucas on waivers to the Texas Rangers and outrighted Jordany Valdespin to Triple-A New Orleans. Lucas in 2013 was a 31-year-old rookie....