Recap: Niese leaves early, Mark Ellis homers twice


There are four major categories of Mets games: easy wins, close wins, close losses, and agonizing games you’d prefer not to watch. The team’s loss to the Dodgers on Tuesday night fits perfectly...

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Dodgers 7, Mets 2

Mark Ellis had four hits and two home runs to deliver a 7-2 Dodgers win over the Mets in the opener of a three-game series Tuesday night at Citi Field.

Dodgers 7, Mets 2 — Mark Ellis goes yard twice


The Mets lost to the Dodgers as Jon Niese was injured on a comebacker and the bullpen imploded.

Mets vs Dodgers series preview with True Blue LA


Eric Stephen of True Blue LA helps us preview the Mets' three-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Kershaw vs. Mets in opener

Clayton Kershaw, who has lost back-to-back starts for just the eighth time in his career, starts the series opener for the Dodgers against the Mets at Citi Field in New York.

Buck stops here


With seven home runs John Buck has as many as the entire Dodger infield, starting catching, and bench.

Dodgers to start 3 southpaws in New York


The Dodgers plan to start three left-handed pitchers at Citi Field this week against the Mets.

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