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Piazza embracing Cooperstown experience

Set off from Cooperstown’s main drag by a cluster of picturesque streets on one side, from Otsego Lake by a rich green lawn on the other, Otesaga Hotel is this weekend’s social center for Baseball Hall of Famers.

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LIVE: Piazza joins Class of 2016 in Cooperstown

As Mets great Mike Piazza enters the Hall of Fame today, watch live coverage on MLB Network, and At Bat leading up to the induction ceremony at 1:30 p.m. ET.

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Duda takes swings for first time since injury

Lucas Duda may still be a couple of weeks away from playing in any games, but the Mets’ first baseman joined the team in Miami and took swings for the first time during his rehab process Saturday.

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Check out sights and sounds from Hall of Fame Weekend

Sure looks like a lot of fun, huh?

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Matz aims to get back in win column vs. Marlins

Steven Matz said after his last start that the bone spur in his left elbow is not to blame for his recent woes. Rather, he needs to execute pitches better, which he’ll attempt to do Sunday as the Mets and Marlins conclude a three-game set with the rubber match at Marlins Park. Jose Urena starts for the Marlins. New York trails Miami by 1 1/2 games for the second National League Wild Card spot.

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deGrom can’t match Fernandez as Mets fall

Jose Fernandez on Saturday continued to dominate at Marlins Park, and Giancarlo Stanton nearly damaged the stadium’s accessories in Miami’s 7-2 victory over the Mets. Fernandez struck out seven and allowed two runs over seven innings, while Stanton smacked a two-run homer off the auxiliary scoreboard in left field among his four hits and three RBIs on a night the Marlins evened the three-game set.

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Conforto gets taste of center field for first time

An unfamiliar face roamed center field for the Mets for the final three innings of a 7-2 loss to the Marlins on Saturday night at Marlins Park. With his team down by five runs in the sixth, Mets manager Terry Collins figured what better time to give Michael Conforto his first action in center as a big leaguer.

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