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Talkin’ Mets: David Wright at a Crossroads, Bullpen Competition
Rich Coutinho of 98.7 ESPN joins me to discuss David Wright’s latest injury setback. Rich talks about who can benefit from the open roster spot, what bullpen arms he would like to see make the trip North, the fifth starter competition and the difference between the team this spring versus last year.   DOWNLOAD THE […]

Mets Interested In Brett Lawrie
The Mets are interested in free agent infielder Brett Lawrie, reports ESPN’s Jim Bowden. Lawrie was released by the White Sox on Friday after just a year with the club. Lawrie, 27, was once a top prospect in the Blue Jays system, and had a fantastic start to his career in 43 games with Toronto […]

Cespedes Saw Doctor For Sore Quad, Listed As Day To Day
Yoenis Cespedes was removed from the game on Sunday because his quadriceps muscle tightened up on him. He saw a doctor this afternoon who said it was nothing more than soreness and he is listed as day-to-day. Cespedes went 2-for-2 in the game with a solo home run before exiting and is batting .538 this […]

Spring Training Recap: Mets Fall Short In 14-11 Loss To Cards
It was a sunny but blustery day at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie where the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the New York Mets by a score of 14-11 in a game that featured 34 hits, 10 walks and 4 errors. Pitching: Matt Harvey made his spring training debut and looked solid in the first, […]

MMO Game Thread: Cardinals vs Mets, 1:10 PM
Matt Harvey will make his long-awaited Grapefruit League debut on Sunday when the Mets host the Cardinals at 1:10 PM at First Data Field. Right-hander Mike Leake is expected to start for the Cards. Harvey looks to rebound from a 2016 season that was cut short in July by surgery that involved removing a rib […]

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
It was a year ago last March when Jacob deGrom made his first two Grapefruit League starts and the alarm bells sounded as the hard-throwing right-hander was sitting at just 90-91 MPH and topping out at 93. Concerns about deGrom’s decreased velocity made blaring headlines all through spring training and into the 2016 season. Fast-forward […]

Jay Bruce Excited He’s Still A Met
You, me, everyone.  We all expected Jay Bruce to be playing for one of 29 other teams by Spring Training.  Perhaps the only team that seemed implausible was the New York Mets.  And yet, due to a surprisingly weak offseason market for power hitters, Bruce remained a Met much to the surprise of everyone, including […]

Darling Suggests Conforto Should Start Over Bruce
Gary Apple and Ron Darling had a spirited give and take during Friday’s 11-3 spring training win over the Astros about Michael Conforto and his possible place on the New York Mets opening day roster. While the Jay Bruce saga has been discussed and argued to death, there is little possibility he will not be on […]

Morning Briefing: Happy Harvey Day, DeGromination, Syndergaard’s Contract
Good Morning Mets Fans. A Dark Knight will rise on this Sunday as Matt Harvey makes his spring debut for the Metropolitans at 1:05 pm E.T. He will be opposed by Mike Leake and the St. Louis Cardinals. Today’s game can be seen on WPIX and heard on WOR. Harvey is raring to go as […]



 

 
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