Reds beat Mets on walk-off homer in ninth; Mets might go to six-man rotation

David Wright reacts after striking out against Cincinnati

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David Wright reacts after striking out against Cincinnati Reds pitcher Matt Latos in the third inning. (Aug. 14, 2012) (Credit: AP)

CINCINNATI -- Terry Collins has been thinking hard about potentially using a six-man rotation, all because of the way his staff has been struggling to string together quality outings.

The Mets manager has been brainstorming with pitching coach Dan Warthen, wondering if it's the right thing to do since it's an uncommon practice. "Dan and I have burned up some pads of paper here in the last...

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