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Prior to tonight’s regularly scheduled game, the Mets and Braves will complete last night’s suspended game, which was called with the score tied, 5-5, heading to the top of the ninth inning. The suspended game starts at 6:10 PM.
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With a day off to lick their wounds, the Mets return to the diamond to face the division-leading Braves for the first time at home in 2013. First pitch slated for 7:10 PM.
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Mets have scored three runs or fewer in 12 of their last 15 games. In those 12 games, their record is 3-9. Harvey started two of the three games they won and will likely need a similar effort in today’s game, which starts at 1:10 PM.
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Niese looks for back-to-back strong outings as the Mets host the Reds at 7:10 PM.
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Mets see if they can carry momentum over from the series win over the Cubs and take on the recently-activated Cueto at 7:10 PM.
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Jeremy Hefner tries to give the Mets a three-game winning streak for the first time since they won three games 4/6 – 4/8. Game time is 1:05
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Last time out, Gee pitched five shutout innings before hitting the wall. It sure would be nice if he could give a Quality Start tonight. Game time is 8:15 PM.
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Can Rick Ankiel help provide some offense to the struggling Mets? Tune in at 7:05 to find out!
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The Mets give the fan base a Mother’s Day present by starting Matt Harvey in today’s 1:10 PM game.
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Mets hope Niese can get back on track for Banner Day. First pitch slated for 1:10 PM.
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Gee pitched five shutout innings yesterday and hopefully Marcum will do him one more tonight, starting at 7:10. MetsBlog says that Jeurys Familia is unavailable tonight, so hopefully Marcum doesn’t have an early exit.
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