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Maine no-hits into 5th, Mets win 8-2

Starter John Maine took a no hitter into the fifth inning Wednesday as the New York Mets rebounded from two losses to beat the Seattle Mariners 8-2. Maine no-hit the Mariners through four until Jeremy Reed led off the fifth … Continue reading

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7,396: So much for my 86-squared theory, Mets lose 11-0

So much for my perfect square theory. Back on May 30, I made the bold prediction that the Mets no hitters curse would be broken in the team’s 7,396th game. Why? Because the number 7,396 is a perfect square of … Continue reading

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Pitcher’s slam sinks Mets as count climbs to 7,395

Seattle Mariners starter Felix Hernandez hit the first grand slam by an American League pitcher in 37 years Monday to lead the Mariners to a 5-2 win over the New York Mets. The last time that happened, according to the … Continue reading

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