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Dillon Gee takes the mound as the Mets have their final exhibition game this Spring when they take on the Orioles at 12:05.
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With Johan Santana’s season and possibly career over, it might be time to wonder if the Mets won the trade and subsequent contract signing.
Was he worth it, or does he fall into the Jason Bay-Oliver Perez category?
SANTANA: Bargain or bust?
For the cost of $137.5 million, Santana never pitched in a playoff game for the Mets and each winter his health was in issue. However, it is...
At some point this morning or afternoon, we should find out who secured the final 25 man roster spot. If Justin Turner avoids the DL it will go to him, otherwise Zach Lutz will get the spot and replace him.
As for the Opening Day Lineup, here is what Terry Collins officially announced:
Collin Cowgill, CF
Daniel Murphy, 2B
David Wright, 3B
Ike Davis, 1B
Marlon Byrd, RF
According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, the Mets are expected to waive infielder Reese Havens and left-hander Darin Gorski to make room on their 40-Man roster.
The process would involve exposing them to waivers. If they clear, they can be outrighted to the minors.
I can see either of the two being picked up, but it’s 50/50.
Rubin writes about them:
Havens, a first-round pick...
Do you think Sandy Alderson was willfully blind when he traded R.A. Dickey and counted on Johan Santana to be his Rock of Gibraltar and retake the reins as the ace of the Mets rotation?
Yesterday, I faulted Santana for not keeping the Mets in the loop this Winter about his questionable shoulder and how he was progressing, but shouldn’t there be some accountability on the Mets’...
The New York Mets may have been looking for a way to keep things loose as Opening Day approached. Or maybe they have been so preoccupied with Spring Training that they haven’t had a chance to unwind until now. Whatever the reason, the Mets posted a video today on MLB.com called ‘The CitiField Shake’. While none of the players faces are visible during their rendition of...
Johan Santana may pitch again.
Santana, who blew out his left shoulder on Friday, will miss the rest of the 2013 season and is currently deciding whether to pursue surgery or not, according to his agent. The 6-foot, 208-pound lefty did not play in the 2011 season after tearing the same anterior capsule.
Whether Santana will undergo surgery remains to be seen, but the Mets ace has...
An MRI has revealed a probable re-tear in New York Mets
left-hander Johan Santana’s shoulder – according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York
– an injury that could potentially end the veteran’s career.
Johan Santana flew to NY yesterday to be seen by Dr. Altchek. MRI on shoulder shows probable re-tear of anterior capsule.
— Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) March 28, 2013
Told you early yesterday that Mets pitching prospect Zack Wheeler nailed a Dominican teammate on the Las Vegas 51's last Saturday during an intrasquad game after Dominican infielder Aderlin Rodriguez...
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Hello Mets faithful! It’s almost here! Opening Day is just a day away! The bulk of the Mets’ staff have left Port St. Lucie for the long drive back to Queens while the Mets play their last spring training game. We’ve been waiting what seems like forever for Opening Day, and there will be plenty going on at CitiField on Monday.
Mets’ Hall of Famer and fan favorite...
Forget the rally cap sports fans-- rally panties is where it is at.
The New York Mets are already making news, but it has nothing really to do with baseball. It is because the hot wife of its starting pitcher on Opening Day, Jon Niese, likes to share what most would consider a little too much info.
In a recent interview Leah Niese offered up some information that her...
Two main attractions will be missing when the New York Mets host San Diego in their season opener Monday.
Chase Headley, the biggest bat on the Padres and last season's NL RBI leader, is sidelined for a few weeks with a broken thumb.
Johan Santana's future is far more precarious.
After re-tearing the anterior capsule in his pitching shoulder, the one-time Mets ace is scheduled...