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Collins' squad has a lot to overcome as spring training opens
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Yesterday afternoon at Digital Domain Park in Port St. Lucie, New York Mets starter Johan Santana threw 25 pitches off a mound for the first time this Spring. Santana, who missed the entire 2010 season recovering from surgery to repair a torn anterior capsule in his left shoulder, threw in front of Mets manager Terry Collins, general manager Sandy Alderson and pitching coach Dan...
Good news today as Mets ace Johan Santana threw 25 pitches during a brief bullpen session, his first work from a mound since an instructional league last Fall.
The southpaw felt great afterwards and is scheduled to throw from a mound again on Tuesday.
As he did last spring with Carlos Beltran, manager Terry Collins will work closely with Santana keeping the lines of communication...
Welcome to the official start of the Mets’ 2012 season as Pitchers and catchers officially report to Digital Domain Park in St. Lucie today to kickoff Spring Training.
Feb. 20 ~ Pitchers and catchers report.
Feb. 21 ~ Manager Terry Collins to address the media at 10:00 am.
Feb. 22 ~ First workout begins at 10:00 am.
Feb. 25 ~ Position players report.
Feb. 27 ~ First...
Photo by Michael BaronOn Wednesday Adam Rubin had an injury up-date on Chris Young, the interesting part was that the up-date came from Terry Collins. At this point Young is a free agent and Collins is his former manager, it's unusual for a manager to have such an up-date on a free agent. All reports from both sides indicate that they would like a reunion and the Mets could...
PORT ST. LUCIE — Mets pitchers and catchers will report to camp tomorrow, starting another spring training in which manager Terry Collins will try to convince his team it can compete.
The Mets have shed about $50 million in payroll from the start of last year’s camp and will be...
PORT ST. LUCIE - Mets pitchers and catchers will report to camp tomorrow, starting another spring training in which manager Terry Collins will try to convince his team it can compete.
The Mets have shed about $50 million in payroll from the start of last year's camp and will be just about everybody's pick to finish last in the NL East. The past three seasons, the Mets have...