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Atlanta
vs
NY Mets
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
06/28/2019
7:10pm EST

Lines:
Atlanta +1.5
New York -1.5

Total:
Over 8 (-110)
Under 8 (-110)

Community Picks: Atlanta 51% vs NY Mets 49%

Atlanta and NY Mets Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
NY Mets
Mike Francesa called it a “rocking-chair save.” And that's what it should have been for the Mets. Calling the Mets a dumpster fire is far too gentle. In their quest for rock bottom and whatever misery lies underneath that final layer of baseball nothingness, the Mets have blazed a new trail of failure littered with blown leads, bullpen breakdowns, front-office unrest and locker-room blowups. Continue to Article
June 28, 2019 4:13:am EST
Atlanta
Craig Kimbrel got a little help settling in at Wrigley Field. Kimbrel dodged trouble for a save in his season debut when new teammate Anthony Rizzo dived into first base for the final out, and the Chicago Cubs rallied from five runs down to beat the Atlanta Braves 9-7 on Thursday. Called up from Triple-A earlier in the day, Kimbrel struck out Brian McCann looking and induced a groundout from Johan Camargo to start the ninth inning. Continue to Article
June 27, 2019 7:54:pm EST
NY Mets
For the second time in 18 hours, the Phillies walked off with a win over the Mets. For a fourth straight game, they came back from a multi-run deficit. All of this after their worst series of the season this past weekend, when they were swept by the Marlins. Continue to Article
June 27, 2019 5:51:pm EST
NY Mets
The New York Mets held a ceremony today in which they renamed 126th Street in front of Citi Field “Seaver Way.”  The address of Citi Field is now 41 Seaver Way. Seaver wore No. 41 during his career, of course. The club also announced plans to build a statue of Seaver in front of the ballpark. Continue to Article
June 27, 2019 3:49:pm EST
Atlanta
The Chicago Cubs called up relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel before Thursday afternoon's finale of a four-game series against the visiting Atlanta Braves. Kimbrel, a seven-time All-Star, sat on the free agent market until signing a reported three-year deal worth $43 million on June 7. The hard-throwing right-hander worked out at the Cubs' spring training facility and made four appearances at Triple-A Iowa -- with a 2.45 ERA in 3 2/3 innings -- before the call-up. Continue to Article
June 27, 2019 12:47:pm EST
 
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