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NL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
46-20 8-2 W1
35-29 4-6 L4
31-35 5-5 W4
28-37 6-4 L1
23-43 4-6 W1

Top Mets News

  • Mets' Jose Iglesias: Retreating to bench Wednesday

    Iglesias is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins.

    Iglesias had started at second base in five of the past six games while the Mets faced a lefty-heavy schedule, but he'll retreat to the bench Wednesday even though Miami is bringing southpaw Braxton Garrett to the hill. Jeff McNeil will get the nod at second base and remains the Mets' top option at the keystone, but Iglesias should continue to play ahead of McNeil against most lefties.

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  • Mets' Luis Torrens: Sticks around as No. 2 catcher

    Torrens is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins.

    Torrens will take a seat for the second day in a row after closing out the weekend with his third consecutive start, but the 28-year-old journeyman has performed well enough since joining the team May 31 to stick around with the big club over fellow backstop Tomas Nido, who was designated for assignment Tuesday. Francisco Alvarez came off the 10-day injured list Tuesday and should see the bulk of the starts at catcher moving forward, even though Torrens has produced three extra-base hits through his first 18 plate appearances with the Mets.

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  • Mets' Kodai Senga: Set to face hitters soon

    Mets manager Carlos Mendoza said Wednesday that Senga (shoulder/triceps) will throw two more bullpen sessions before progressing to facing hitters, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.

    On Wednesday, Senga threw his second bullpen session since he was shut down with triceps tightness in late May. The session went well, and he will repeat the step two more times before being cleared to face hitters and eventually heading out on a minor-league rehab assignment. Senga has already been ruled out for the rest of the first half, but the righty remains optimistic he can be a contributor for the Mets after the All-Star break.

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  • Mets' Edwin Diaz: Set to regain closer role

    Mets manager Carlos Mendoza said Wednesday that Diaz (shoulder) will immediately become the team's closer upon his activation from the 15-day injured list Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.

    Diaz had been part of a committee at closer for the Mets prior to landing on the IL with a right shoulder impingement in late May. However, Mendoza is now ready to restore Diaz to his old role beginning with Thursday's contest against the Marlins. Diaz has converted four of his nine save chances this season while holding a 5.40 ERA and 30:7 K:BB over 20 innings.

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  • Mets' Brandon Nimmo: Sitting against lefty

    Nimmo is absent from the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Marlins.

    Nimmo has struck out eight times across his last 14 plate appearances, and he might have had a tough time bouncing back Wednesday against a left-handed starting pitcher (Braxton Garrett), so he'll be given the day off to regroup. Tyrone Taylor will replace Nimmo in left field and will bat sixth.

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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Fans eight in Tuesday's loss

    Megill (1-3) took the loss Tuesday as the Mets were downed 4-2 by the Marlins, giving up three runs (two earned) on four hits and two walks over 4.2 innings. He struck out eight.

    The right-hander was dominant early, fanning eight of the first 14 batters he faced, but Megill faded in the fifth inning and got the hook after 87 pitches (57 strikes). He's been impressive in four starts since returning from a shoulder strain, posting a 3.32 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 28:8 K:BB through 21.2 innings. Megill will try to give the Mets a little more length in his next outing, which is scheduled to come at home this weekend against the Padres.

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  • Mets' Kodai Senga: Resumes throwing off mound

    Mets manager Carlos Mendoza said Tuesday that Senga (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Sunday and will throw another one Wednesday, Laura Albanese of Newsday reports.

    It's the first time Senga has thrown from the bump since he had to be shut down due to right triceps tightness. The hurler originally landed on the injured list due to a shoulder injury and is not expected back until after the All-Star break. Senga will need multiple rehab starts before returning, but it's not clear when he might be ready to pitch in games.

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  • Mets' Edwin Diaz: Set to be activated Thursday

    Mets manager Carlos Mendoz said Tuesday that Diaz (shoulder) will be activated from the 15-day injured list Thursday, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.

    Diaz is done with his rehab assignment after making two scoreless appearances with High-A Brooklyn. However, the Mets will wait a couple more days before returning the reliever to the active roster. Mendoza didn't divulge plans for Diaz's immediate role, but he should serve as the club's closer sooner rather than later. Diaz has been out since late May with a right shoulder impingement.

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  • Mets' Jeff McNeil: Absent from lineup

    McNeil is out of the starting nine for Tuesday's game against the Marlins.

    McNeil will give way to Jose Iglesias at second base with southpaw Jesus Luzardo on the mound for Miami on Tuesday. McNeil remains in the strong side of a platoon with Iglesias, with Iglesias owning a 1.067 OPS in 15 plate appearances against LHP compared to McNeil's .653 OPS against lefties.

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  • Mets' Tomas Nido: Exits 40-man roster

    The Mets designated Nido for assignment Tuesday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

    Francisco Alvarez is back from the injured list and the Mets have elected to keep Luis Torrens around as his backup. Given his $2.1 million salary, Nido might clear waivers and remain in the organization.

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  • Mets' Francisco Alvarez: Activated from injured list

    The Mets activated Alvarez (thumb) from the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

    Alvarez has been sidelined since late April with a fractured left thumb but is ready to roll after playing in six rehab games. It's possible the Mets will ease him back into everyday action with some extra off days mixed in, but he will immediately regain his role as the club's primary catcher. Alvarez was slashing .236/.288/.364 with one home run in 16 contests before getting hurt.

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  • Mets' Reed Garrett: Nabs sixth win

    Garrett (6-2) picked up the win Sunday over the Phillies, getting charged with one run on one hit and one walk over 1.2 innings of relief. He struck out two.

    The right-hander entered the game with two outs in the seventh inning with the Mets down 4-3, making him the pitcher of record when New York erupted for three runs in the top of the ninth. Garrett did put two runners aboard before being lifted in the bottom of the frame and watched one of them come around to score, however. He's been tagged for runs in six of his last eight appearances, stumbling to a ghastly 11.74 ERA, 2.22 WHIP and 10:6 K:BB through 7.2 innings over that stretch, but Garrett will likely remain part of the team's high-leverage crew even after Edwin Diaz (shoulder) rejoins the bullpen.

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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Escapes London with no-decision

    Quintana came away with a no-decision in Sunday's win over the Phillies, giving up three runs on six hits and two walks over 3.2 innings. He struck out one.

    The veteran southpaw was headed for his sixth loss of the season when he got the hook after 69 pitches (41 strikes), but a late rally from the Mets got him off the hook. Quintana's only win of 2024 came back on April 11 -- since then, he's stumbled to a 5.86 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 32:15 K:BB over 10 starts (50.2 innings). He'll try to turn things around in his next outing, which lines up to come at home this weekend against the Padres.

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  • Mets' Brett Baty: Could get work at second base

    Baty might see action at second base with Triple-A Syracuse, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.

    The Mets have struggled to get production from the keystone all season, with Jeff McNeil slumping to a career-worst .624 OPS. Jose Iglesias has filled in admirably against left-handed pitching of late, but the 34-year-old isn't a long-term solution. Baty could get a chance to fill that hole later in the year, especially if McNeil gets traded, but first he'll need to get himself straightened out at the plate -- Baty lost the starting job at third base due to a .229/.306/.327 slash line through 50 big-league games.

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  • Mets' Brett Baty: Back at Triple-A

    The Mets returned Baty to Triple-A Syracuse on Monday.

    As expected, Baty will link back up with the Triple-A club after he joined the Mets this past weekend in London to serve as their 27th man for the two-game series versus the Phillies. He started at third base in Sunday's 6-5 win, going 1-for-2.

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  • Mets' Edwin Diaz: Could return Tuesday

    Diaz (shoulder) pitched a scoreless inning Sunday for High-A Brooklyn and could return from the 15-day injured list as soon as Tuesday, Anthony DiComo of reports.

    A report from earlier in the week suggested Diaz could return Wednesday or Thursday, so DiComo's report bumps up his potential return by a day. Catcher Francisco Alvarez (thumb) is also tracking toward a potential return from the IL on Tuesday.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .240


Player Injury
E. Diaz RP Edwin Diaz RP Shoulder
K. Senga SP Kodai Senga SP Shoulder
R. Mauricio 2B Ronny Mauricio 2B Knee
B. Raley RP Brooks Raley RP Elbow
S. Fujinami RP Shintaro Fujinami RP Shoulder

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