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Spring Training Recap: Mets Take One Of Two Split Squad Games
The Mets played in split squad games this afternoon, losing to the Houston Astros at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches while scratching out a win against the Boston Red Sox at First Data Field. Astros 12, Mets 2  Pitching: Robert Gsellman toed the rubber for this afternoon’s split squad game against the Astros, and […]

Game(s) Thread: Mets vs Astros 1:05 PM, Red Sox vs Mets 1:10 PM
The Mets are playing two split-squad games today. The Mets will send Noah Syndergaard to the hill against the Red Sox and Rick Porcello, while the other Mets squad will start Robert Gsellman against the Astros and Charlie Morton. The Mets vs Astros game will begin at 1:05 PM and will not be broadcast on either TV or radio, while the Red […]

Alderson: Conforto Is A Valuable Part Of Mets Future
Speaking with Marc Carig of Newsday, Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson called reports that he was close to trading outfielder Michael Conforto this offseason as greatly exaggerated. “The notion that we came close to trading him in the offseason is very untrue,” Alderson said “He’s too valuable to us in the long term. He was asked […]

Ty Kelly and Ike Davis Lead Underdog Team Israel
There are currently 20 teams playing in the World Baseball Classic. Team Israel is ranked 41st. Let that sink in as some sort of hint as to just how much of an underdog this team is. Despite their underdog status, however, they are currently sitting pretty at 2-0, and a lot of that success has […]

Morning Briefing: Thor and Gsellman Start in Mets Split Squad Action
Good morning, everyone! The Mets are playing two split-squad games today. The Mets will send Noah Syndergaard to the hill against the Red Sox and Rick Porcello, while the other Mets squad will start Robert Gsellman against the Astros and Charlie Morton. Gsellman looked sharp and tossed two scoreless innings with two strikeouts in his first spring start. […]



 

 
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