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deGrom fans 10, but Mets stifled by Kelly in loss

The Mets had all the ingredients in place for a picture-perfect Saturday at Citi Field: a sellout crowd, a sun-splashed afternoon and a dominant Jacob deGrom on the mound. But it was Joe Kelly and the Red Sox who scored an opportunistic 3-1 victory, sending the Mets to their fifth consecutive home loss.

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Sources: Mets acquire reliever Reed from D-backs

The Mets made a move to shore up their bullpen on Saturday, acquiring right-handed reliever Addison Reed from the D-backs, according to a source. The acquisition is pending a medical review and has not been confirmed by either team.

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Red Sox-Mets Preview (The Associated Press)

After one starter with one of baseball’s best home ERAs failed to end the New York Mets’ woes at Citi Field, they will turn to another in that category. Noah Syndergaard seeks to win his sixth straight home start and help the Mets avoid their first six-game slide at Citi Field in two years Sunday in the finale of a three-game series with the Boston Red Sox. New York (71-58) fell 3-1 on Saturday despite a strong start from Jacob deGrom, who allowed two runs in six innings as his home ERA rose to 1.57 - the fourth-best mark in the majors and third-best in the NL.

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AP source: D-backs agree to trade reliever Reed to Mets (The Associated Press)

NEW YORK (AP) — A person familiar with the deal says the New York Mets and Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed to a trade that would send reliever Addison Reed to the NL East leaders.

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Mets faithful fete Wright with rousing ovation

Somewhere between the second-base bag and Tim Teufel’s left arm waving him around third, David Wright lost the nervous excitement that turned his late-August return to Queens into “almost like Opening Day.” Then came the mad dash home, which Wright never expected to take when Michael Cuddyer’s single to right sent him scurrying in the first place, and which Wright admittedly doubted at times he’d ever try again this season.

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Inside-the-parker in 10th helps Sox halt Mets

Jog or sprint, it really didn’t matter. Blake Swihart’s go-ahead inside-the-park homer off Carlos Torres in the 10th inning appeared to clear the orange marker along the center-field wall at Citi Field. But nobody saw that in real time except Juan Lagares, who watched the ball carom past him while Swihart chugged around the bases as the Red Sox cooled off the red-hot Mets with a 6-4 win on Friday at Citi Field.

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Collins keeping big picture in mind with Harvey

The color scheme said it all. Thousands of white rally towels spun around Citi Field on Friday, contrasting against Yoenis Cespedes’ neon arm sleeve and the alternative-uniform blue starter Matt Harvey selected. Make no mistake, the 39,401 chanting, cheering and eventually screaming during the Mets’ 6-4 loss to the Red Sox gave this late-August matchup against a last-place team an October feel.

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