Tim Tebow took the next step in his so-called baseball career Monday when he reported to New York Mets spring training in Florida.And he did so a week early.The former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback signed with the Mets late last year and hit the diamond for instructional league and winter ball play. The early results weren’t particularly promising.Tebow didn’t get...
Like many people, Mets manager Terry Collins isn't convinced that Tim Tebow can play baseball. But he is convinced that his clubhouse is mature enough to handle the distraction. PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- A few weeks ago, I asked ESPN analyst Keith Law what Tim Tebow's next step should be. He drew a long pause, cleared his throat, and delivered...
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The New York Mets opened up the 2017 Spring Training season with a 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox behind solo home runs by Michael Conforto and Gavin Cecchini as well as solid pitching from by Seth Lugo, Marcos Molina and Rafael Montero. What we learned from Terry Collins after the game - Michael Conforto Strong Start Needs To Continue “He’s got to show he belongs back in...
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New York Mets manager Terry Collins chats with SNY's Steve Gelbs about David Wright's return and how the Mets plan on using Jose Reyes this season.
Mets manager Terry Collins on Thursday backed up Noah Syndergaard's decision to decline Team USA's World Baseball Classic invitation, calling it "the right thing" for Syndergaard's health.
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Conventional wisdom would suggest the New York Mets organization couldn’t have been too happy about Steven Matz’s recent fishing excursion when he got up close and personal with a gigantic bull shark.But to hear it from Mets general manager Sandy Alderson and skipper Terry Collins — not to mention some social media activity from the team — the potentially dangerous encounter...
SNY's Steve Gelbs reports from New York Mets spring training in Port St. Lucie, as David Wright talked about his health status, and manager Terry Collins discussed Wright's process towards returning to the field.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (AP) Terry Collins has his projected top five starting pitchers together in spring training for the first time in two years. Now the New York Mets manager hopes they stay healthy. ''You see them feeding off one another. They're sitting there, five lockers next to one another. You keep those guys healthy and run them out there as much as we can and they're...
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As s Spring Training begins in Port St. Lucie, New York Mets manager Terry Collins talks about the pressure that comes from big expectations for the team in 2017.
Terry Collins is the oldest manager in MLB at 67, and it sounds like his age and physical condition may lead him to retire in the near future. Collins, who has been the manager of the Mets since 2011, told ESPN’s Adam Rubin that he will consider retirement after next year. “I just need to reevaluate at the end of this coming year what’s going on, where I am, how I’m feeling...
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