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Keith Hernandez, pre-shave of his iconic mustache, which he has worn for 25 years. "I feel like I'm in a guillotine," he said.
Hernandez shave in progress.
Hernandez post-shave. Schick Hydro donated $5,000 to the Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center in Brooklyn, which helps Alzheimer's patients, elderly and the disabled. The center is named for Hernandez's mother.
Bartolo Colon will be pitching on his late mother Adriana's birthday when the Mets face the Phillies in a Memorial Day matinee.
Mets manager Terry Collins says Matt Harvey may be dealing with apparent arm fatigue, or what Collins called "dead-arm stuff that happens sometimes."
Colton Plaia had a four-RBI game for the second straight day and Robert Gsellman improved to 6-0 in eight starts for St. Lucie.
Bobby Parnell tossed a scoreless frame for Binghamton in his first rehab appearance with the Double-A club.
The Mets host Philadelphia for a three-game series. Bartolo Colon, Jacob deGrom, and Noah Syndergaard are scheduled to oppose the Phillies.
Manager Terry Collins addressed the team after Sunday's loss but rejects a suggestion that the Mets are at a "critical" stretch.
Jonathon Niese, despite lasting a season-low 4 2/3 innings in a 9-1 loss to Pittsburgh, insisted his recent difficulties are not health-related.
The Mets sent third-string catcher Johnny Monell to Triple-A Las Vegas and called up infielder Danny Muno.
The New York Mets, without Lucas Duda and Juan Lagares, were swept in Pittsburgh for the first time in six years with a 9-1 loss Sunday.
Manager Terry Collins did not downplay a psychological impact to the Mets from learning this weekend that David Wright had suffered a setback.
New York Mets second baseman Dilson Herrera is not returning from the disabled list with a fractured right middle finger any time soon.
Ruben Tejada will get at least a few days to audition as the New York Mets' third baseman.
Dillon Gee will be part of a six-man rotation with the New York Mets, but not quite yet.
The New York Mets will be without two more of their major pieces in Sunday's series finale against the Pittsburgh Pirates.