- Matt Ehalt, ESPN New York contributor
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Despite rallying in the ninth inning and a great game from Kirk Nieuwenhuis, the Mets lost 4-3 in extra innings to the Giants Friday night. Jason Bay and Lucas Duda made the last two outs and continue to struggle with runners in scoring position.
Saturday's news reports:
• Third baseman David Wright told reporters before the game there have not been any contract talks between the sides. Read more in the New York Times.
• Former Yankee Melky Cabrera scored the winning run last night and continues to be big in the clutch, according to Star-Ledger columnist Jeff Bradley.
• Center fielder Andres Torres is increasing his activity as he prepares for a return, writes the Star-Ledger.
• A source told ESPNNewYork.com that lefty Daniel Herrera's season is over as he will need Tommy John Surgery.
• Mets manager Terry Collins will appear in a Dunkin Donuts ad with Yankees manager in the future, according to the Wall Street Journal.
• Olympian Dominique Dawes will be throwing out the first pitch Sunday, per Newsday.
TRIVIA: Which Met threw seven shutout innings 19 years ago today in a 10-0 win over the Giants?
Friday's answer: Carlos Beltran, Jose Reyes, Edgardo Alfonzo, Gary Carter, Darryl Strawberry, Claudell Washington, Dave Kingman and Jim Hickman have homered three times in a game for the Mets.
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