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Hall of Fame slugger and Mets broadcast legend Ralph Kiner died on Thursday. He was 91.

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The convention is run by some of the Mets' biggest, and most vocal, fans.

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If you have the pipes, head to Citi Field on Nov. 21 for the chance to sing the National Anthem.

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The Middle Village man says he was beaten by Citi Field security and NYPD cops in 2012.

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Dylan McCue-Masone was arraigned in Queens Criminal Court Wednesday.

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After being sent down to the minors last month, Mike Baxter is working hard to get back to Queens.

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David Wright visited students at P.S. 38 to announce the donation.

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A parody Twitter account for the escaped Queens peacock has popped up on the Internet.

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Logo features the same baseball with orange stitching and skyline used in the team's primary logo.

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The Mets said that the "quiet zone" idea was meant to help kids with autism enjoy games at Citi Field.

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The replica tickets for Johan Santana's no-hitter for the Mets went on sale Monday at Mets.com.

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Andres Torres, 34, was diagnosed with ADHD in 2002. His struggles are part of a forthcoming documentary.

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Eduardo Cornejo, who changed seats at the Mets game, was arrested for refusing to leave the stadium.

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The lawsuit claimed that the Mets owners repeatedly ignored warnings that Madoff was a fraud.

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Hall of Famer Gary Carter, the Mets' former catcher, died from brain cancer at 57-years-old.