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Satin called up from Triple-A Las Vegas

The Mets officially recalled infielder Josh Satin on Monday, rewarding him for his .386 on-base percentage and .825 OPS in 100 games at Las Vegas.

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Mets look to callups to keep ‘pen functioning

Some teams look to September callups as a chance to give their bullpens much-needed breaks. The Mets looked at their 2014 callups simply as a way to keep their fractured bullpen intact.

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Collins understands why Colon drew few calls

Terry Collins may not have expected such a scant number of teams to check in on starter Bartolo Colon prior to Sunday’s waiver trade deadline, but the manager was unsurprised to learn that Colon would ultimately remain with the Mets.

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Six errors too much for Mets to overcome

For non-contending teams, September is a month for growth. The Mets know now that they won’t be involved in postseason play. They are at peace with it. So over the season’s final four weeks, they simply want to set themselves up as well as possible for 2015. Monday’s Labor Day matinee at Marlins Park showcased exactly the type of thing they’d like to avoid going forward. The Mets committed a half-dozen defensive errors in a 9-6 loss to the Marlins, allowing the winning run to cross home on a wild pitch.

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Niese out to help Mets even series with Marlins

The Mets will send Jon Niese to the mound for the middle game of their series with the Marlins on Tuesday at Marlins Park. Miami will counter with veteran Brad Penny, as it looks to gain ground in the National League Wild Card race.

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Wheeler struggles as sloppy Mets lose 9-6 (The Associated Press)

Zack Wheeler struggled with his command on the mound early, and reliever Jeurys Familia and the New York Mets struggled in the field late. Familia had two throwing errors and a wild pitch, leading to the three tiebreaking runs as the Marlins snapped a five-game losing streak to the Mets with a 9-6 win Monday. ”Sometimes, I try to be perfect, and I throw it away or I throw it to the ground.” The score was tied 6-all going into the eighth before the Mets committed three of their season-high six errors and walked three batters. ”It wasn’t a big-league baseball game, I can tell you that,” Mets manager Terry Collins said.

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Stanton HRs, Marlins score 3 in 8th to beat Mets (The Associated Press)

After giving up their early lead, the Miami Marlins took advantage of the New York Mets’ miscues late. Giancarlo Stanton hit his 34th home run and the Marlins scored three runs in the eighth inning to beat the Mets 9-6 on Monday. ”It was back and forth, a few different lead changes there, we kept pushing and that was the biggest key to finish it off,” Stanton said. Miami capitalized on some wildness by Mets reliever Jeurys Familia (2-4) in the eighth.

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