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Puerto Rico Bound

On Sunday, the Mets continued their hot streak by beating the Minnesota Twins 6-0 at Citi Field. The Mets have now won 16 of their last 21 games and look to continue their hot streak tonight in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This game is not just any ordiniary game for the Mets as their native Puerto Ricans: Carlos Beltran, Angel Pagan, Pedro Feliciano, and more get to play in front of family and friends that do not get to see them play very often. The Mets also look to gain some ground in the National League East, knowing that they are only a half game out of first place.
Not only did the Mets win their sixth consecutive series yesterday, but they also got some good news too. The good news being that Angel Pagan will be back in the lineup after he was taking out of a game earlier this week (Muscle Spasms). Not only is that a good sign, but Carlos Beltran is making big progress down in Port St. Lucie and we could see him sometime before the All-Star break. Beltran played in a Class A game yesterday for the Mets going 3-4. He had a double, two RBIs, and a run scored. He also played seven full innings in centerfield on his surgically repaired knee, which is a very good sign for the Mets. He went 2-for-3 in a Friday night game too.
Tonight the Mets will send R.A Dickey out to the mound; he was been nothing but good things for the Mets. He has been one of the best starting pitchers the Mets have beside Pelfrey. Dickey is 6-0 with a 2.33 ERA. Ricky Nolasco will oppose him as he has a 6-6 record with a 4.92 ERA.


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