The Mets keep doing Mets things, with another season in danger of going down the drain. As always, the problems start at the very top.
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A camera caught Mets third baseman Todd Frazier and Nationals outfielder Adam Eaton jawing at each other from a distance in a heated exchange between innings Monday night before each was led away.
Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso homered in the first inning as the New York Mets, after learning embattled manager Mickey Callaway is staying around, broke out of their offensive funk a bit to beat the Washington Nationals 5-3 on Monday night.
On a hectic day at Citi Field, the slumping Mets announced they are sticking with embattled manager Mickey Callaway "for the foreseeable future'' -- and that sidelined slugger Yoenis Cespedes broke his right ankle in an accident on his ranch.
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Rehabbing Mets slugger Yoenis Cespedes broke his right ankle in a fall on his ranch, general manager Brodie Van Wagenen announced Monday. "He had a violent fall in which he stepped in a hole and put his leg and foot in a difficult position," Van Wagenen said. Cespedes, 33, suffered multiple fractures in the accident, which the Mets learned of Saturday night. He returned to New York for further evaluation, Van Wagenen said, offering no further timetable. Cespedes has not played this season after undergoing surgery to remove calcification on both of his heels last year. Those surgeries were expected to keep him sidelined at least half of this season. He is in the third season of a four-year, $110 million contact.
The Dodgers and Astros have been running neck-and-neck, but they're being threatened by rivals with staying power.
Before hearing from Kris Bryant (38:25) and Kyle Hendricks (43:15), Buster & David Schoenfield discuss the mess with the Mets, the Astros' climb, "Buster's" Presidents' Race win, Anthony Rendon's impact on this season and much more (15:24). Plus, Cap Talk with Todd Radom and the weekly uniform quiz (49:04).
A series against the Marlins might have looked like an opportunity to bounce back, but New York's season hit a new low.
After a tough start to his first season in Triple-A, Tim Tebow hit his first International League home run on Sunday for the Syracuse Mets. Tebow's hitting .157 on the season with 11 RBIs.
The Mets aren't hitting, and another lapse by slugger Robinson Cano raised questions about how hard they're trying following Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Marlins.
Sandy Alcantara threw a two-hitter in a pitching duel with Noah Syndergaard, and the Miami Marlins beat the reeling New York Mets 3-0 Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
The series finale is Sunday night -- and the world will be watching, including a host of major leaguers. We asked them to weigh in on HBO's hit show.
Amid increasing speculation that he is on the hot seat, Mets manager Mickey Callaway said he would "continue to lead this team to something special."
Miami starter Pablo Lopez gave up a double on his first pitch, then combined with the Marlins' bullpen to hold the New York Mets hitless the rest of the way in a 2-0 win Saturday.
The Marlins scored for the first time in 27 innings, pounded Jacob deGrom for seven runs and snapped a seven-game losing streak by beating the New York Mets 8-6 Friday night.
Carlos Gomez has come full circle with the Mets.
The Red Sox try to cool off the Astros, the Yanks and Rays play for first place and the Nats aim to salvage their season. Here's your guide to it all.
It wouldn't be out of character for the club in Queens: With the Mets' embattled skipper already on the hot seat, the buzz is he could get canned sooner rather than later.
Buster & Karl Ravech discuss the rumors surrounding Mickey Callaway, Ian Kinsler's emotional outburst and much more (7:48). Plus, Jessica Mendoza looks ahead to the weekend (25:24) and a "Call To The Legend" with iconic Padres announcer Ted Leitner who shares tales of Tony Gwynn and answers the question of whether he's the inspiration for Ron Burgundy (36:10).
Michael Conforto won't travel with the Mets for their series against the Marlins after suffering a concussion, and Jeff McNeil left Thursday's game with abdominal tightness.
Gerardo Parra hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the fifth and Sean Doolittle stopped the New York Mets' ninth-inning rally by striking out Keon Broxton with the bases loaded, giving the Washington Nationals a 7-6 win on Thursday.