SAN FRANCISCO — Rafael Montero’s disappointing Mets career will receive yet another shot at revival Sunday, when he is scheduled to start against the Giants at AT&T Park. In need of an arm to get the Mets through their six-man rotation for the final time before reverting to a more traditional alignment, manager Terry Collins...
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