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Community Picks: NY Mets 56% vs Philadelphia 44%

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Jean Segura, Rhys Hoskins, Jay Bruce and Maikel Franco each homered to lead the host Philadelphia Phillies past the New York Mets 13-7 on Monday. Segura led the way with four hits, Franco added three hits and three RBIs, and Cesar Hernandez had three hits. Scott Kingery also had three hits for the Phillies, who snapped a season-long seven-game losing streak. Continue to Article
June 25, 2019 12:14:am EST
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Callaway thought Healey was being sarcastic, so he responded, “Don't be a smartass,” then called Healey a “motherf—er. Callaway then walked up to Healey and began swearing and mocking the way he talked. Callaway demanded Healey leave the clubhouse. Continue to Article
June 23, 2019 8:18:pm EST
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The Mets are thinking outside the box to potentially address their center field problem. Entering Sunday, the club's aggregate .598 OPS from its center fielders ranked fourth-worst in baseball behind the Orioles (.594), Padres (.583), and Royals (.564). Juan Lagares and Carlos Gómez simply haven't cut it with Brandon Nimmo out indefinitely due to a bulging disk in his neck. Continue to Article
June 23, 2019 5:32:pm EST
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The homers just keep coming for New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso, who tied the franchise record for home runs by a rookie with his 26th on Saturday. Alonso battled Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana through six pitches in his first at-bat in Chicago. The count was full when he belted a Quintana curveball into the right-center seats at Wrigley Field to give the Mets a first-inning lead in what would become a 10-2 Mets win. Continue to Article
June 22, 2019 8:39:pm EST
Miami Marlins catcher Wilkin Castillo returned to the big leagues for the first time in 10 years and two days on Saturday. Before Saturday, the last time Castillo, now 35, stepped on an MLB field was June 20, 2009. The 3,654-day gap was the longest for a major league player since infielder Jim Baumer went 11 years and 191 days between appearances from Oct. 2, 1949, to April 11, 1961. Continue to Article
June 22, 2019 7:18:pm EST
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