Meet the dishes
Brandon Nimmo showed signs of coming out of crisis while he managed a home run and scored 3-4 to bring his average to over 0.200 for the first time this season. Nimmo helped the Mets win a 6-2 victory over the Braves, with a good start in rebounding Zack Wheeler and solid shots.
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Can Robinson Cano's difficulties at the start of the season be due to his adaptation to LN pitchers that he has never faced before?
Edwin Diaz may have the impression of throwing fireballs, but he has not even begun to warm up.
Mickey Callaway is not concerned by the first fights of the Mets.
Jessica Mendoza is excited about her new role with the Mets.
Around the National League East
Tommy Pham thinks the contract between Ozzie Albies and the Braves is "poop".
The Phillies absolutely destroyed the Marlins.
The nationals once again failed at their doorsteps in a frustrating defeat against the Pirates in extra innings.
Around the Major League Baseball
Mike Trout's groin injuries prevent him from traveling with the Angels and he will miss the show with the Cubs.
The Yankees have been forced to add Gary Sanchez to their long list of injured players.
Blue Jays director Ross Atkins says Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will be ready as soon as possible.
Jim Bowden said in Athletic that Craig Kimbrel and Dallas Keuchel can be blamed for not having been signed at this stage.
Khris Davis dropped bombs at a record pace for athletics.
Cubs substitute receiver Victor Caratini will miss at least a month with a broken hand
Yesterday at Amazin 'Avenue
Maggie Wiggin took a look at the role played by Steven Matz.
Joe Sokolowski was back with another "This Week in Mets Quotes".
Chris McShane does not want you to forget that Pete Alonso is not the only Met to have raked this season, Michael Conforto has also been on a tear.
David Capobianco examined Pete Alonso's monster the other night.
Marc Carig joined the guys from Amazin 'Avenue in Conversation this week.
Thomas Henderson brought you the Daily Prospect Report.
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This date in the history of food
On that date, in 1967, a certain Tom Seaver made his debut for the Mets at Shea Stadium.