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MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH NEW YORK -- Manager Terry Collins said all the right things late Monday afternoon after the New York Mets blew a series of leads in a 9-7, 10-inning Opening Day loss to the Washington Nationals.

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OF Andrew Brown wasted no time in making his first Opening Day in the majors a memorable one Monday when he hit a three-run homer in the first inning of the Mets' 9-7, 10-inning loss to the Nationals. Brown, who was in the lineup because Chris Young was hurt and Daniel Murphy was in Florida with his wife as she gave birth, is the first Mets player to homer in his first at-bat on Opening Day since 3B David Wright in 2010. Brown hit .227 with seven homers and 24 RBIs in 68 games with the Mets last season.

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MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Rather than complain about the Mets' public pursuit of a shortstop upgrade this winter, Ruben Tejada worked to better himself. A year after reporting to camp out of shape, drawing the ire of Mets officials, Tejada came to Florida this spring with a leaner, more toned body. That was the result of offseason work that he put in at a team-sponsored fitness camp outside Ann Arbor, Mich.

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MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Since Sandy Alderson took over as the New York Mets general manager after the 2010 season, 2014 was the year the team quietly pointed to for their return to glory. By 2014, the Mets knew all of the cumbersome contracts of their past -- Johan Santana, Jason Bay and others -- would be off the books, freeing them up to invest in healthy, productive free agents.

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SS Ruben Tejada is at a career crossroads due to the poor offensive season he endured in 2013. Battling multiple major injuries, including the broken right leg that ended his season early in September, Tejada is no longer the Mets' clear starting shortstop. He is arbitration-eligible for the first time this winter and the Mets may look outside the organization to replace him. But Tejada, who should begin rehabbing his leg in November, is still tops on the depth chart until further notice.

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SS Ruben Tejada is at a career crossroads due to the poor offensive season he endured in 2013. Battling multiple major injuries, including the broken right leg that ended his season early in September, Tejada is no longer the Mets' clear starting shortstop. He is arbitration-eligible for the first time this winter and the Mets may look outside the organization to replace him. But Tejada, who should begin rehabbing his leg in November, is still tops on the depth chart until further notice.

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RHP Aaron Harang was solid in his fourth start for the Mets on Saturday when he didn't factor into the decision after allowing one run, five hits and two walks while striking out seven in six innings of the Mets' 4-2, 10-inning loss to the Brewers. Harang posted a 3.52 ERA and struck out 26 batters in 23 innings over four starts for the Mets, who signed him on Sept. 1, a day after he was released by the Mariners. He finishes the season 5-12 with a 5.40 ERA in 26 starts between the two teams.

Gomez's fourth hit lifts Brewers over Mets

Gomez's fourth hit lifts Brewers over Mets NEW YORK -- The Milwaukee Brewers are one game away from completing one of the most bizarre seasons in franchise history. So why should they play out the string in a normal and predictable fashion? Carlos Gomez's fourth hit, an RBI single in the 10th inning, snapped a tie Saturday night and lifted the Brewers to a 4-2 win over the New York Mets in front of 29,326 at Citi Field.

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MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH The jury is still out regarding the Mets' offseason plans, but captain David Wright expects his team to make a big splash this winter for the first time in years. "I'm all in for this organization," Wright said. "I believe they're the same. They'll be all in. Everybody has said with the money coming off the books, with the job that our minor league development has done, we have some valuable pieces and some money to spend."

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C Travis D'Arnaud reached base a career-high tying three times, finishing with two hits and a walk. The rookie is hitting .346 (9-for-26) over his last nine games with five walks. RHP Matt Harvey was transferred from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day DL on Thursday. He will embark on a six- to eight-week throwing program to determine whether he can avoid surgery on a partially torn UCL in right elbow.
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