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"The sooner the Mets can get to American League ballparks, the better their lineup might be. Yoenis Cespedes remained on the bench Monday with discomfort in his right quadriceps — his second straight game removed from action — and manager Terry Collins later indicated he will wait until Wednesday, when he can employ the designated hitter, to play the slugger. “I tried to go the old route of making sure I give him one extra day,” Collins said after the Mets’ 6-5 loss to the Yankees in 10 innings. “I tried not to use him [Monday] if I could help it.” The Mets will play two straight games at Yankee Stadium beginning Wednesday before heading to Detroit for the weekend. Cespedes has indicated he does not expect a disabled list stint. He was removed from Saturday’s game for precautionary reasons. Justin Ruggiano departed with a mild left hamstring strain and could be headed to the disabled list, which would benefit Brandon", nypost.com
"This whole notion that one victory can turn a season around, come on with that. Seriously, when can one win, regardless of how dramatic, trigger a club to higher ground? That’s the stuff of fiction, isn’t it? Oh, wait. What? The Mets on July 31 last year? A home run off the bat of Wilmer Flores? Well, for crying out loud. One year to the day later, though perhaps not quite the stuff of such melodrama, the Mets were elevated again by a late-inning blow, this a three-run job off the bat of Neil Walker that turned a 4-3 deficit into a 6-4 lead and victory over the Rockies that was punctuated by Jeurys Familia’s perfect ninth inning. And just like that, the four-game losing streak was gone, if not entirely forgotten, on the eve of Monday’s Subway Series opener in Queens. “It was important for the team to win a game,” said the closer who had blown save opportunities in each of his previous two appearances on Wednesday and Thursday.", nypost.com
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