Batting
Runs 617 15th
Batting Average .258 11th
On Base Percentage .330 10th
Slugging Percentage .438 14th
Pitching
Earned Run Average 4.33 10th
Quality Starts 0 Tied-25th
WHIP 1.32 14th
BAA .252 12th
2019 NL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Atlanta 77 52 .597 W5
Washington 71 57 .555 W3
New York 67 60 .528 W5
Philadelphia 66 60 .524 W2
Miami 45 81 .357 L6
Injuries
  • 2B
    Robinson Cano (Hamstring) 10-day IL (08/05)
  • 2B
    Jed Lowrie (Knee) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • LF
    Yoenis Cespedes (Heel) 60-day IL (03/25); is out for season
  • LF
    Brandon Nimmo (Neck) 60-day IL (05/21)
  • RP
    Robert Gsellman (Triceps) 10-day IL (08/14); is out for season
  • 1B
    Dominic Smith (Foot) 10-day IL (07/27)
  • RP
    Drew Smith (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/25); is out for season
  • LF
    Jeff McNeil (Hamstring) 10-day IL (08/14)

New York Mets News

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  • Quarterrican 100% clutch. https://t.co/nByHFq3GqM

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  • 13 Ks for de...Wow. https://t.co/NPm6rWmQgx

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  • Power on the mound, power at the plate. https://t.co/mbafejrG9Y

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    NY Post: SNY broadcasters destroy Mets Players' Weekend uniforms

    The Players' Weekend all-white jerseys the Mets wore Friday night drew plenty of Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez during the game against the rival Braves at Citi Field.

    "I can't even fathom who decided that white-on-white was a good idea," Cohen said in an exasperated tone. "But of course the Mets, who are wearing white caps as part of the white uniform, but Jacob deGrom is wearing a black cap because a white hat would be a distraction for the hitter if the pitcher wore a white cap."

    Hernandez also had his own unique take on the controversial uniforms that also contain the players' nicknames.

    The Players' Weekend all-white jerseys the Mets wore Friday night drew plenty of Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez during the game against the rival Braves at Citi Field.

    "I can't even fathom who decided that white-on-white was a good idea," Cohen said in an exasperated tone. "But of course the Mets, who are wearing white caps as part of the white uniform, but Jacob deGrom is wearing a black cap because a white hat would be a distraction for the hitter if the pitcher wore a white cap."

    Hernandez also had his own unique take on the controversial uniforms that also contain the players' nicknames.

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  • de is DEALING. https://t.co/KF9Nt5khqd

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    Amazin' Avenue: Mets vs. Braves: Lineups, broadcast info, and open thread, 8/23/19

    MLB

    The Mets open their Players' Weekend series with the first place Braves at Citi Field with their ace on the mound.

    The Mets open their Players' Weekend series with the first place Braves at Citi Field with their ace on the mound.

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  • RT @MStrooo6: Height Doesnt Measure Heart. Players Weekend vibe! #HDMH @HDMHApparel @Mets https://t.co/hK8DJYXt1s

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  • @Mets • 6h

    Elite Sports NY: New York Mets fans rejoice as Tom Brady's 'Tom Terrific' patent denied

    Tom Brady is 0-2 against the New York Giants in Super Bowls and is now 0-1 against the New York Mets in patent battles. Brady attempted to patent the nickname "Tom Terrific," which is, of course, the nickname of the most iconic Met ever, Tom Seaver.

    Seaver was given the nickname "Tom Terrific" after leading the Mets out of futility and into the 1969 World Series, which they won over the Baltimore Orioles. It was inspired by an old cartoon, but has since become associated with none other than Seaver.

    Tom Brady is 0-2 against the New York Giants in Super Bowls and is now 0-1 against the New York Mets in patent battles. Brady attempted to patent the nickname "Tom Terrific," which is, of course, the nickname of the most iconic Met ever, Tom Seaver.

    Seaver was given the nickname "Tom Terrific" after leading the Mets out of futility and into the 1969 World Series, which they won over the Baltimore Orioles. It was inspired by an old cartoon, but has since become associated with none other than Seaver.

  • @Mets • 8h

    Amazin' Avenue: Mets continue playoff push against East-leading Braves

    MLB

    The New York Mets (67-60), who have been a juggernaut at Citi Field since the start of the second half, will try to keep that trend going as they welcome the Atlanta Braves (77-52) to Citi Field for a three-game set. The Mets dropped the first two games at SunTrust Park last week before salvaging the series finale. On the season, New York has managed five wins in 13 tries against Atlanta.

    The Mets hosted the Cleveland Indians for the first time ever at Citi Field and showed them what a fringe playoff team could do over the course of the three-game sweep.

    The New York Mets (67-60), who have been a juggernaut at Citi Field since the start of the second half, will try to keep that trend going as they welcome the Atlanta Braves (77-52) to Citi Field for a three-game set. The Mets dropped the first two games at SunTrust Park last week before salvaging the series finale. On the season, New York has managed five wins in 13 tries against Atlanta.

    The Mets hosted the Cleveland Indians for the first time ever at Citi Field and showed them what a fringe playoff team could do over the course of the three-game sweep.

  • @Mets • 10h

    NY Post: Mets growing confident in their newfound Citi Field advantage

    Welcome to the new Citi Field, where wild jersey-ripping celebrations, the home team mashing and, most importantly, wins have become the norm.

    As the Mets chase down a playoff spot that seemed like a fantasy at the All-Star break, they have made Citi Field their own playground. In a stadium they have struggled to hit and win at in past seasons, they have done nothing but hit and win of late.

    "This place is a completely different place when we're playing well," Michael Conforto said. "I think we just feed off the energy in this ballpark."

    Before Thursday's series finale against the Indians, the Mets had won 12 of their last 13 home games.

    Welcome to the new Citi Field, where wild jersey-ripping celebrations, the home team mashing and, most importantly, wins have become the norm.

    As the Mets chase down a playoff spot that seemed like a fantasy at the All-Star break, they have made Citi Field their own playground. In a stadium they have struggled to hit and win at in past seasons, they have done nothing but hit and win of late.

    "This place is a completely different place when we're playing well," Michael Conforto said. "I think we just feed off the energy in this ballpark."

    Before Thursday's series finale against the Indians, the Mets had won 12 of their last 13 home games.

  • @Mets • 11h
  • Let the kids play. #PlayersWeekend https://t.co/S8MjHcRAFI

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  • Only thing that could stop #Thor last night was the weather. https://t.co/uaY7iM48tt

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    Metsblog: How Mets shortstop Amed Rosario has transformed from question mark to impact player

    In the span of two years, Mets shortstop Amed Rosario has gone from the top prospect in baseball to a defensive liability who could be moved to center field, to back to being a young star on the rise.

    "My confidence has been at an all-time high," Rosario recently told Deesha Thosar of the Daily News. "I didn't start the season this great, but now it's been going well."

    Rosario, who is still just 23 years old, had been struggling offensively earlier this season while making errors and mistakes in the field. However, during his most recent 100 or so games, he's batting around .

    In the span of two years, Mets shortstop Amed Rosario has gone from the top prospect in baseball to a defensive liability who could be moved to center field, to back to being a young star on the rise.

    "My confidence has been at an all-time high," Rosario recently told Deesha Thosar of the Daily News. "I didn't start the season this great, but now it's been going well."

    Rosario, who is still just 23 years old, had been struggling offensively earlier this season while making errors and mistakes in the field. However, during his most recent 100 or so games, he's batting around .

  • @Mets • 14h

    Empire Sports Media: New York Mets: Amed Rosario Finally Reaching His Potential

    Mets shortstop Amed Rosario is starting to blossom into the top prospect he was projected to be in 2016. It is easy to forget he was sandwiched between Victor Robles and Ozzie Albies at #11 on the MLB top prospect list. Rosario took his bumps and bruises throughout his growth and is now a key part of the Mets second half resurgence.

    Rosario's Youth

    He broke into the big leagues at only 21 with a ton of hype and pressure to live up to it instantly. Rosario quickly showcased his speed, but his bat and defense lagged behind.

    Mets shortstop Amed Rosario is starting to blossom into the top prospect he was projected to be in 2016. It is easy to forget he was sandwiched between Victor Robles and Ozzie Albies at #11 on the MLB top prospect list. Rosario took his bumps and bruises throughout his growth and is now a key part of the Mets second half resurgence.

    Rosario's Youth

    He broke into the big leagues at only 21 with a ton of hype and pressure to live up to it instantly. Rosario quickly showcased his speed, but his bat and defense lagged behind.

  • @Mets • 15h

    NY Post: Noah Syndergaard's big night could have been so much more

    Mother Nature was the only thing that could stop Noah Syndergaard Thursday night at Citi Field. The Indians certainly weren't going to.

    Syndergaard was in the midst of a dominating performance -- a two-hit shutout -- when the skies opened in the bottom of the sixth inning. Wild wind and pouring rain chased the players off the field and the fans from the stands, forcing a 2-hour, 28-minute rain delay that ended what could have been a magical night for Syndergaard.

    The big right-hander allowed both hits in the top of the sixth inning. He retired the first 16 batters he faced, protecting a 2-0 lead the Mets had earned on a two-run double by Wilson Ramos in the fourth.

    Mother Nature was the only thing that could stop Noah Syndergaard Thursday night at Citi Field. The Indians certainly weren't going to.

    Syndergaard was in the midst of a dominating performance -- a two-hit shutout -- when the skies opened in the bottom of the sixth inning. Wild wind and pouring rain chased the players off the field and the fans from the stands, forcing a 2-hour, 28-minute rain delay that ended what could have been a magical night for Syndergaard.

    The big right-hander allowed both hits in the top of the sixth inning. He retired the first 16 batters he faced, protecting a 2-0 lead the Mets had earned on a two-run double by Wilson Ramos in the fourth.

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