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RHP Dillon Gee will be the Mets' starting pitcher on Opening Day against the Washington Nationals, March 31. Gee, who is 1-0 with a 1.74 ERA in three spring training starts, was 12-11 with a 3.62 ERA last year in 199 innings, more than any other pitcher on the Mets' staff. Gee will face right-hander Stephen Strasburg, who was named the Nationals' Opening Day starter for a third consecutive season.

New York Mets - PlayerWatch

RHP Dillon Gee will be the Mets' starting pitcher on Opening Day against the Washington Nationals, March 31. Gee, who is 1-0 with a 1.74 ERA in three spring training starts, was 12-11 with a 3.62 ERA last year in 199 innings, more than any other pitcher on the Mets' staff. Gee will face right-hander Stephen Strasburg, who was named the Nationals' Opening Day starter for a third consecutive season.

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OF Mike Baxter was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday. This will be Baxter's third tour this season with the Mets, for whom he is hitting .208 with four RBIs in 59 games. He'll likely serve as a pinch-hitter down the stretch. Baxter hit .289 with seven homers and 22 RBIs in 53 regular season games for Las Vegas before hitting .417 in four playoff games.

Preview: Nationals at Mets

The Washington Nationals used nine home runs and solid pitching to win their last three games and keep their faint playoff hopes alive. Jordan Zimmermann takes his team-best 16 wins to the mound Tuesday as the Nationals try to extend their streak against the host New York Mets. Ryan Zimmerman has led the power surge with four homers in the last three games - and six in his last seven - for Washington, which trails Cincinnati by seven games for the second National League wild-card spot.

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OF Matt den Dekker had the first hit and RBI of his MLB career with a bloop single in the third inning of Saturday's victory. Den Dekker's teammates clapped from the dugout, pointing out to the rookie at first base during a pitching change. OF Juan Lagares not only went 3-for-5 with two RBIs on Saturday, he also picked up his 12th outfield assist of the season, starting a relay to gun down Nationals OF Bryce Harper's attempt at a triple in the eighth inning. Lagares' dozen assists ties the Mets' rookie record set by Tsuyoshi Shinjo in 2001.

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OF Matt den Dekker had the first hit and RBI of his MLB career with a bloop single in the third inning of Saturday's victory. Den Dekker's teammates clapped from the dugout, pointing out to the rookie at first base during a pitching change. OF Juan Lagares not only went 3-for-5 with two RBIs on Saturday, he also picked up his 12th outfield assist of the season, starting a relay to gun down Nationals OF Bryce Harper's attempt at a triple in the eighth inning. Lagares' dozen assists ties the Mets' rookie record set by Tsuyoshi Shinjo in 2001.

Mets' Gee stops Nationals again

Mets' Gee stops Nationals again WASHINGTON - New York Mets starting pitcher Dillon Gee made only three mistakes Friday night and one of those didn't hurt him on the scoreboard in the Mets' 3-2 win over the Washington Nationals. He gave up solo home runs to Wilson Ramos and pinch-hitter Steve Lombardozzi and lost track of the count while striking out Ian Desmond in the seventh.

New York Mets - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH Committed to avoiding surgery if he can, Matt Harvey sought out advice this week from an unexpected source. At the request of Mets manager Terry Collins, Harvey chatted Wednesday with two-time Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay, who was in town with the Phillies. Halladay told Harvey that he endured forearm and elbow issues back in 2006 and never had them surgically repaired.

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OF/1B Lucas Duda was recalled by the Mets prior to their 3-0 loss to the Tigers on Saturday. Duda started 65 of the Mets' first 70 games, primarily in left field, but suffered a left intercostal strain June 21 and lost his job to Eric Young, who became the Mets' everyday leadoff hitter and left fielder in Duda's absence. Mets manager Terry Collins said Duda will be used off the bench and will likely serve as the Mets' designated hitter when they play the Indians in Cleveland Sept. 6-8. Duda was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas upon completing his rehab on Aug.

New York Mets - PlayerWatch

OF/1B Lucas Duda was recalled by the Mets prior to their 3-0 loss to the Tigers on Saturday. Duda started 65 of the Mets' first 70 games, primarily in left field, but suffered a left intercostal strain June 21 and lost his job to Eric Young, who became the Mets' everyday leadoff hitter and left fielder in Duda's absence. Mets manager Terry Collins said Duda will be used off the bench and will likely serve as the Mets' designated hitter when they play the Indians in Cleveland Sept. 6-8. Duda was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas upon completing his rehab on Aug.
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