Morning Briefing: Mets Try To Keep Positive Vibes Going

Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Metropolitans (34-41) head to Miami to take on the Marlins (34-40) tonight as the send Robert Gsellman (5-5, 6.04 ERA) to the mound.  Dan Straily (5-4, 3.43 ERA) will toe the rubber for Miami.

Today’s game is scheduled to begin at 7:10 PM ET and can be seen on SNY as well as heard on 710 WOR.


Mike Puma of the NY Post looks at how Curtis Granderson has come alive yet again when he seemingly was on the decline.

Players who are in the walk-year of their contract are aware of the trade winds beginning to come up. Marc Carig writes of the subject on Newsday.

Abbey Mastracco of looks at the managers who could potentially replace Terry Collins after this season.


Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports the Marlins have traded shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to the Tampa Bay Rays.

Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post writes on the Nationals taking a chance on recently released closer, Francisco Rodriguez.

The Phillies have optioned struggling reliever, Edubray Ramos to the minors, read more from Corey Seidman on CSN Philly.

Michael Cunningham of takes a look at the great command prospect Sean Newcomb has had thus far.


Logan Barer holds an exclusive interview with Mets radio broadcaster Josh Lewin.


On this day in 1993, Anthony Young establishes a new Major League record with his 24th consecutive loss.

Mets born on this day; Chris Woodward (41), Ricardo Jordan (47) and Jeff Conine (51).

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