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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - New York Mets
Michael Wacha was too wild in the wind and Matt Carpenter got tagged out at the plate.
The only thing that stopped Adam Wainwright from throwing his second straight shutout was a hyperextended right knee.
Tim McGraw drives in the carpool lane most days instead of pushing 100 mph with the windows rolled down and hair pulled back.
With a 360-foot relay in the ninth inning, the New York Mets prevented a hard-fought victory from vanishing in the wind.
The way Curtis Granderson and the New York Mets are swinging, Adam Wainwright figured to be a tough chore Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds have seen enough of Ike Davis already in 2014 - and the season isn't even a month old.
The picture Matt Harvey tweeted of himself making an obscene gesture on his way into surgery caused such a stir that the injured New York Mets ace shut down his Twitter account.
The only thing Jenrry Mejia popped Monday night was his fastball.
Tyler Lyons stepped into the St. Louis rotation and looked right at home. Too bad for him, the Cardinals couldn't get anyone home to help him.
The St. Louis Cardinals promoted left-hander Tyler Lyons from Triple-A Memphis and started him Monday night against the New York Mets.
Craig Kimbrel hardly ever needs help with the ninth inning. He got some Saturday night.
With a little more help from his defense, David Hale could have dominated. Instead, the Atlanta Braves fumbled away a chance for a road sweep against an NL East rival.
After further review, there was nothing the New York Mets could do about the costly call that went against them.
By the time David Wright got a pitch to hit, it was far too late for the New York Mets.
Jordan Walden got the final out with the bases loaded after Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez pulled star closer Craig Kimbrel, and the Braves held off the New York Mets 7-5 Saturday night.