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5 hrs ago | New York Daily News
The Mets got their first real look at Bartolo Colon Monday and saw exactly what they expected when they committed two years and $20 million to the 40-year-old righthander in the offseason.
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8 hrs ago | Call to the Pen
Few teams appear - on paper, at least - to match up perfectly for a potential trade this time of year but that's just the situation facing the Seattle Mariners and New York Mets .
9 hrs ago | Metsblog.com
Mets SS Ruben Tejada bobbled a ground ball in the field today, then made a high throw to first, botching a potential inning-ending play at first or second base.
14 hrs ago | BleacherReport
The Mets are now more than a week through spring training. Spring training, of course, is designed for teams like the Mets to evaluate their young talent and see which players would be best for the Opening Day 25-man roster.
St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras reaches for a ball hit off the outfield wall for a double by New York Mets' Travis d'Arnaud during the fifth inning of an exhibition spring training baseball game Friday, March 7, 2014, in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
If the Mets are going to win those 90 games that are their Holy Grail, they are going to have to tighten up their defense, among other things.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Daniel Murphy slid into second base in the fourth inning and came up hobbling.
This is the third post in the series from us here at TomahawkTake.com where we analyze the Braves' players and how they stack up against their competition in the National League East.
Ruben Tejada was supposed to be the heir to Jose Reyes' proverbial throne, and showed great potential in 2011 and 2012, portraying an image of a decently slick fielding middle infielder who worked counts and got on base at an above average rate.
When the Mets opened camp in the middle of February, there were some important story lines.
Three big pieces of the New York Mets ' pitching staff are closer to appearing in spring training games.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Three big pieces of the New York Mets' pitching staff are closer to appearing in spring training games.
The New York Mets have a somewhat dire situation at shortstop, and free agent Stephen Drew seems like an obvious solution.
As a way to maximize David Wright's run-producing chances and generally stimulate the Mets' offense, Terry Collins told The Post he is considering hitting his pitchers eighth on occasion.