1. Mets' Bartolo Colon Becomes 3rd Dominican-Born Pitcher with 200 Career Wins

    New York Mets starting pitcher Bartolo Colon recorded his 200th career victory last Friday versus the Philadelphia Phillies. According to CBSSports ...

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  2. MLB Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz on Jonathan Papelbon, Bartolo Colon and More

    Once you hit the final stretch before Major League Baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, all of those rumors that have been bantered about for weeks start coming into focus...

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  3. MLB Rumors: Latest Trade Rumblings on Cliff Lee, Bartolo Colon and More

    With the second half of the MLB season in full swing, one huge date for every franchise is coming in just eight days. On July 31, the MLB trade deadline will arrive with several teams looking to make deals to build for the future...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 2 months ago 1,428 reads 0 comments

  4. MLB Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz on Bartolo Colon, Chase Headley and More

    While Major League Baseball's All-Stars take the field on Tuesday night to celebrate the game, there are a lot of players anxiously waiting to find out where they will be after the July 31 trade deadline...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 2 months ago 4,616 reads 0 comments

  5. Bartolo Colon Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Mets Star

    Updates from Wednesday, Aug. 27 Jon Heyman of CBS Sports has the latest update on if the Royals are interested in Bartolo Colon : Peter Gammons of the MLB Network ...

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  6. Mets' Bartolo Colon Collects 2,000th Career Strikeout

    Per ESPN Stats & Info via Twitter , New York Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon recorded his 2,000th career strikeout Wednesday afternoon, May 28, against the Pittsburgh Pirates...

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  7. Early-Season Grades for New York Mets' Offseason Acquisitions

    The New York Mets made some major acquisitions this offseason, and so far the signings have been both up and down. It is still early in the season, so these grades are largely meaningless...

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  8. Mets' Bartolo Colon Approaches 2,000 Career Strikeouts

    Friday will mark the 17th anniversary of New York Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon 's major league debut , and the right-hander is closing in on 2,000 career strikeouts...

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  9. 3 Predictions for Bartolo Colon's 1st New York Mets Season

    The New York Mets made a splash when they signed Bartolo Colon to a two-year, $20 million pact last December. Colon cannot replace Matt Harvey. No one can...

    Stephen Smith Written by Stephen Smith about 7 months ago 3,731 reads 8 comments

  10. Grading the New York Mets' Offseason Moves

    The offseason for general manager Sandy Alderson and the New York Mets has been relatively quiet, especially when compared to their crosstown rivals, the New York Yankees . But they haven't been exactly stagnant either...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about 7 months ago 4,522 reads 9 comments

  11. 3 Key New York Mets Storylines Entering Spring Training

    Entering spring training, a few New York Mets storylines could be described using the word "surprising" or "exhausting." After all, the team will be entering camp with more questions than they probably care to admit...

    Jennifer Khedaroo Written by Jennifer Khedaroo about 7 months ago 1,894 reads 1 comments

  12. Bartolo Colon's Biggest Role for the New York Mets: Mentoring Rafael Montero

    The New York Mets signed Bartolo Colon in part to help fill the void left by Matt Harvey’s injury at the top of the rotation, but his most important role could be how he mentors prospect Rafael Montero...

    Sean Cunningham Written by Sean Cunningham about 8 months ago 4,230 reads 5 comments

  13. 2014 Scouting Reports and Projections for Each New York Mets Pitcher and Catcher

    The February 15 spring training report date for the New York Mets is right around the corner, which will officially kick off their mission of becoming a winning baseball team in 2014...

    Matthew Musico Written by Matthew Musico about 8 months ago 5,282 reads 15 comments

  14. Grading New York Mets' Moves so Far This Offseason

    The New York Mets have been pretty active in free agency this winter. Despite that Matt Harvey will miss the 2014 MLB season rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, Sandy Alderson ...

    Matthew Musico Written by Matthew Musico about 9 months ago 2,283 reads 8 comments

  15. Grading the New York Mets' Moves So Far This Offseason

    It's been quite a productive offseason for the New York Mets so far. Mets fans have been clamoring for general manager Sandy Alderson to be aggressive and add some important ...

    Stephen Smith Written by Stephen Smith about 9 months ago 3,167 reads 13 comments

  16. Grading the New York Mets on the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings

    The New York Mets front office entered the 2013 MLB winter meetings walking tall, clearly proud that it had signed Curtis Granderson, its first major free agent since Jason Bay...

    Sean Cunningham Written by Sean Cunningham about 9 months ago 7,571 reads 19 comments

  17. New York Mets: Potential 2014 Pitching Staff and Predictions

    Sandy Alderson's "plan" took a big hit in October when the organization got word Matt Harvey would likely miss all of 2014 with a torn UCL...

    Matthew Musico Written by Matthew Musico about 9 months ago 7,043 reads 28 comments

  18. Why Bartolo Colon Is Great Move for Mets Short-Term and Long-Term Plans

    When Matt Harvey went down with an elbow injury in August, the Mets lost an ace. On Wednesday evening, they found a new one to replace him as a temporary stopgap...

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  19. Bartolo Colon Agrees to 2-Year Deal with New York Mets

    Bartolo Colon is headed to Queens, the Mets announced. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal was first to report the 40-year-old pitcher agreed to a two-year contract with the New ...

    Tim Keeney Written by Tim Keeney about 10 months ago 15,026 reads 72 comments

  20. 3 Available Players That Are Still Within Reach of the New York Mets

    The signing of free agent Curtis Granderson was an excellent one for the New York Mets , but there is more work to be done. New York still has several holes to fill if it is to become a legitimate playoff contender in the National League...

    Stephen Smith Written by Stephen Smith about 10 months ago 6,321 reads 22 comments

  21. MLB Winter Meetings 2013: Analyzing All the Action, Hot Rumors of Day 2

    Day two of the winter meeting got off to a bang as the rumored three-team deal between the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Angels came together rather quickly and was a reality by early afternoon...

    Jason Martinez Written by Jason Martinez about 10 months ago 26,375 reads 20 comments

  22. MLB Free Agency 2014: Big-Name FAs Who'll Face Nightmare Scenarios This Winter

    For most players, the opportunity that comes with being a free agent brings power, money and freedom. But for a small batch this offseason, free agency won't be quite so, well, freeing...

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  23. Oakland A's: Has Bartolo Colon Thrown His Last Pitch for the Club?

    One of the biggest questions facing the Oakland A's front office in the offseason is what to do about Bartolo Colon ...

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  24. Next Steps: Complete Offseason Guide, Predictions for the Oakland A's

    Back-to-back ALDS losses to the Tigers , despite fighting hard and forcing each series to the maximum five games, could force the A's to re-evaluate whether they have enough impact talent to get deeper into the playoffs...

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  25. 2013 ALDS Game 5: Bartolo Colon or Sonny Gray for the Oakland A's?

    The Oakland A's and Detroit Tigers are headed to Game 5 to determine the winner of their ALDS series and the right to challenge the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS for a spot in the World Series...

    D.J. O'Connor Written by D.J. O'Connor about 12 months ago 757 reads 6 comments