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3 Keys of the 2017 Mets Roster
What are the key factors in the 2017 Mets roster? There's some skepticism about the starting rotation going into the season. Will they bounce back from their respective surgeries? How much of a workload will they be able to handle? The post 3 Keys of the 2017 Mets Roster appeared first on MetsMind.

Dustin Pedroia: Completely recovered from surgery
Dustin Pedroia: Pedroia said he has completely recovered from offseason knee surgery and will be unhindered in spring training, John Tomase of WEEI Radio reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Madison Bumgarner: Bypasses WBC, prepares for regular season
Madison Bumgarner: Bumgarner opted not to participate in the WBC this year, instead focusing on preparing for the regular season, CSN Bay Area reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Zack Greinke: Healthy, but set to take things slow this spring
Zack Greinke: Manager Torey Lovullo said that Greinke (shoulder) is fully healthy but will take things slow this spring, Nick Piecoro of The Arizona Republic reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Johnny Cueto: Arriving to spring training slightly late
Johnny Cueto: Cueto will not be in spring training for a couple more days in order to stay with his ailing father, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Visit for more analysis on this update.

Noah Syndergaard: Adds muscle in offseason
Noah Syndergaard: Syndergaard bulked up this offseason, adding 17 pounds of muscle in an effort to help his stamina and improve his velocity, the New York Daily News reports. "I always want to throw harder and continue to make the game easier," Syndergaard said of the added strength. "I feel like last year, from my rookie season, my velocity jumped up from my rookie season to last year, so I'm always going to try to raise that kind of bar. Hopefully it allows me to go deeper into games with m...

Anyone Who Thinks The Miami Marlins Are Worth $1.6 Billion Is An Idiot
Last week, word came out that Jeffery Loria, the often criticized owner of the Miami Marlins had reached a handshake agreement to sell the team at some point in the next year or so to a group of buyers for $1.6 billion. That’s billion, with a ‘b.’ That is, quite simply, ridiculous. The Marlins are […]

Terry Collins: First Press Conference of 2017
Mets manager Terry Collins gave his first press conference of the year, speaking before reporters and live on both SNY and Facebook.  “This is my first experience on Facebook so I’m pretty excited,” Terry stated as the conference got underway. As I listened and watched the 20-minute press conference, what I heard repeatedly were the […] The post Terry Collins: First Press Confere...

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 49 – Tom Candiotti
Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day! Countdown to Opening Day – 49 If you were a fan of the Cleveland Indians in the 1980s, chances are you were well aware of right-hander ... Read More

Ty Kelly Clears Waivers, Sent To Triple-A Las Vegas
According to MMO’s Michael Mayer on Twitter, Ty Kelly has cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Las Vegas. Kelly had been designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for reliever Jerry Blevins. In 39 games for the Mets in 2016, the utility man hit .241/.352/.345 with one home run and seven […]

Kansas City Royals Sign Travis Wood and Seth Maness
The Kansas City Royals have restocked their bullpen in a hurry, signing both Travis Wood and Seth Maness earlier today. Up until a few weeks ago, it had been a relatively quiet offseason for the Kansas City Royals. In fact, it had been more notable for who had left as opposed to who the Royals […] Kansas City Royals Sign Travis Wood and Seth Maness -

Nationals And First Baseman Adam Lind Agree To Contract
According to multiple sources, the Nationals and first baseman Adam Lind have agreed on a one-year contract worth $1 million. The deal also includes an option for 2018 with a $500k buyout. The 33 year-old slugger hit .239/.286/.431 last season, hitting 20 home runs and driving in 58. It was the sixth time in his […]

Spring Training Miscellany: Early Arrivals, Drill Videos, Beautiful Mural, More
Pitchers and catchers report tomorrow, but, hey, they're already there! Fun stuff to check in on already from Mesa. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Monday Night Open Thread
Some news on the eve of Spring Training: Derek Jeter is going to be a dad! Jeter’s wife Hannah Davis announced on the Players’ Tribune (of course) that she is pregnant with a baby girl. That kid is going to have some pretty good genes, eh? Congrats to the two of them. I fully expect […] The post Monday Night Open Thread appeared first on

MacPhail speaks: the Phillies will probably be better but still not great in 2017
Team president Andy MacPhail met the media and bluntly told Phils what to expect in 2017. Guys, I don’t think Andy MacPhail is spending a lot of sleepless nights wondering what he’ll do at the trade deadline if his team is in wild card contention this year. As pi...

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