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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets manager Terry Collins expressed "concern" Monday that David Wright may be headed for the disabled list. Wright is dealing with a neck issue and is out of the lineup for a third straight game on Memorial Day. Wright landing on the DL on Tuesday would open the 25-man roster spot for newly acquired James Loney's activation on Tuesday. Loney is expected to arrive in Queens on Monday. The Mets still will need to make a 40-man roster move to fit Loney, even if Wright is placed on the DL.

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From Jackie Robinson to Pat Tillman, we remember the athletes who have served our country proud: es.pn/1TOem58

Baseball's connection with Memorial Day

Tom Rinaldi reflects on the meaning of Memorial Day and the history of MLB players serving in the Armed Forces.

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Clayton Kershaw is the fourth pitcher since 1913 to have at least 65 strikeouts and a sub-1.00 ERA in a calendar month.

Monday's MLB DFS top plays

Derek Carty thinks Jose Quintana will get a boost today from pitching in a huge park and from facing a Mets team that profiles poorly against lefties. Best buys (Insider)

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We honor all who have fallen protecting our freedom, and those who continue to do so. Thank you. #MemorialDay

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ELIAS: Jose Quintana has allowed 4 or fewer runs in each of his last 33 starts, the 2nd-longest current streak, behind Jake Arrieta. (34)

Who deserves NL MVP: Kershaw or Arrieta?

Mike Greenberg says Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is putting up numbers that suggest he could be heading in the direction of Sandy Koufax as one of the greatest LHPs ever.

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ICYMI: Clayton Kershaw is taking dominance to another level, reaching 100 Ks with only five walks this season: es.pn/25v7f7a

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is the AccuWeather forecast for Monday's 1:10 p.m. ET matinee between the Mets and White Sox in Queens: It will be rather wet this morning, but there is optimism for enough dry hours this afternoon to complete the game. There still can be some showers around this afternoon and a small chance of a delay. The worst case is a delay of 90 minutes. Spectators should plan on bringing their rain gear. The temperature during the game will be 72-74 degrees. The wind will blow out toward left field at 7-14 mph during the game.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

MORNING VIDEO: What worked for Clayton Kershaw on Sunday and how did he get out of that first-inning jam? We'll let the ace explain it.

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Lindor dunks wad of gum on reporter

While Indians field reporter Andre Knott was on the air, Francisco Lindor received an alley-oop and dunked a wad of gum on Knott's head.

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Kershaw takes dominance to a new level

Clayton Kershaw struck out 10 batters over 7.2 innings, reaching 100 strikeouts with only five walks, the fewest walks at the time of the 100th strikeout in the modern era.

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Joey Bats destroys David Price's pitch

Jose Bautista takes this David Price pitch and launches it way out, with the foul pole the only thing keeping it from going into orbit.

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Bogaerts extends hit streak to 22 games

Red Sox fans had to wait six innings to see if Xander Bogaerts would extend his hitting streak to 22 games. He came through with a single to left. Watch out, Teddy Ballgame.

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Span annihilates ball into second deck

Denard Span. All the way up.

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