1. Fred Wilpon and "The Best Meeting I've Ever Been a Part Of"

    Over the past half-decade, Mets principal owner Fred Wilpon has made himself exceedingly scarce in public settings...

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  2. Red Sox Acquire Sandy Leon; Christian Vazquez Placed on 60-Day DL

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  3. Report: Mets Still Open to Trading RHP Gee

    Despite losing Zack Wheeler to a ligament tear that required Tommy John surgery, the New York Mets still may trade right-hander Dillon Gee within the month, an organization source told ESPNNewYork...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 2 days ago 344 reads 0 comments

  4. Fantasy Baseball 2015: Analyzing Expert Mock Drafts and Sleepers with Value

    Without question, the Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout is the most valued player in fantasy baseball. Three of the four mock drafts studied for this article had Trout as the No. 1 pick...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 2 days ago 5,967 reads 0 comments

  5. MLB DFS 2015: Daily Fantasy Baseball for Serious Beginners

    Whether you've played before, won a million dollars or have never even heard of DraftKings before now, MLB daily fantasy is for you. Anyone who loves the sport and knows how the game works can succeed with a little time and effort...

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  6. Players with the Most to Gain, Lose in 2015 Spring Training's Final Week

    Heading into spring training's final week, most teams around baseball have a pretty good idea which 25 players will comprise their Opening Day rosters...

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  7. Report: Red Sox Acquire Sandy Leon from Nationals

    With the health of Christian Vazquez's right elbow very much uncertain, the Boston Red Sox made a move to bolster their depth behind the plate...

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  8. What the Nationals bullpen may look like on opening day

    VIERA, Fla. — The Nationals will have good news to discuss regarding their bullpen on Monday. The MRI exam on Casey Janssen's sore right shoulder showed he is battling soreness ...

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  9. MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stack Up 1 Week from Opening Day

    It was an exciting MLB offseason with no shortage of big-money signings and blockbuster trades, but at this point, it's fair to assume everyone is ready for the regular season to finally get underway...

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  10. What Batters See in Different Pitches While the Baseball Comes to the Plate

    Ever wonder what a batter sees when a 90 mph four-seam fastball is barreling to the plate? Check out this helpful infographic of how different pitches appear to hitters...

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  11. 5 Things We Learned About Mets in Spring Training

    Opening Day is a little more than a week away, so that means it's time to recap spring training and see what we have learned from the New York Mets in the past month. The Mets currently have the best Grapefruit League record at 16-11...

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  12. Makeovers Were the Rage This Offseason, and the Dodgers' Was the Best in Show

    For as wonderful as the World Series was, the three-and-a-half months that immediately followed were just as mesmerizing...

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  13. MLB Players Who Will Blossom into Superstars in 2015

    This is one exclusive club. Simply put, there just aren't that many big leaguers who earn the title of MLB superstar. Players like Clayton Kershaw and Miguel Cabrera easily fit the bill, and each season, a host of rising stars aim to join the ranks..

    Karl Buscheck Written by Karl Buscheck about 2 days ago 48,524 reads 83 comments

  14. Matt Harvey's Spring Has Proven He's Officially Back as Good as Ever

    Matt Harvey is back. That's good news for the New York Mets as they try to put together their first winning season since 2008. More than that, though, it's good news for baseball...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 2 days ago 19,156 reads 25 comments

  15. Chances of Each Top 2014 Rookie Suffering from 2015 Sophomore Slump

    The latest crop of young talent from the 2014 MLB season enjoyed successful years in their inaugural campaigns in the league. But 2015 brings a new season, and each of MLB's top rookies will hope to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump in year two...

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  16. Rangers Release OF Ryan Ludwick

    The Rangers have released Ryan Ludwick from his minor league contract, tweets Rangers EVP of Communications John Blake. He was informed earlier this week that he would not make the Opening Day roster...

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  17. Brewers Release RHP Chris Perez

    The Brewers have released reliever Chris Perez, tweets Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Perez was in camp on a minor league deal.....

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  18. Of Throw of the Day: Puig Chucks Laser to 3B

    The 2015 regular season is now only a week away, which means we're only a week away from another season of daily Yasiel Puig sanctimony. He's reckless on the bases, he overthrows the cutoff man, blah blah blah...

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays Claim Infielder Andy Wilkins from Chicago White Sox

    The Toronto Blue Jays made a depth move Sunday, claiming first baseman Andy Wilkins on waivers from the Chicago White Sox, per Mike Wilner of Sportsnet ( via Twitter )...

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  20. Phillies Move Revere to LF to Make Room for Herrera in CF

    Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg has officially moved Ben Revere to left field on a permanent basis, Meghan Montemurro of The News Journal reports...

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  21. Mesoraco OK After Leaving with Cramp in Left Quad

    TEMPE, Ariz. — The Reds received a scare on Sunday when Devin Mesoraco left the exhibition against the Angels with a cramp in his left quad, but the team's All-Star catcher said he believes he'll be fine for Opening Day...

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  22. Casey Janssen to Have MRI on Right Shoulder

    VIERA, Fla. — Washington Nationals right-hander Casey Janssen will have an MRI exam on his right shoulder on Monday, according to manager Matt Williams.....

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  23. Fear of Second Elbow Surgery May Lead to Zimmermann, Strasburg Departures

    VIERA, Fla. — The life expectancy of a “second elbow” after Tommy John surgery is currently thought by some in baseball to be about eight years...

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  24. Mesoraco Exits Game with Cramp in Left Quad

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  25. Tigers' Miguel Cabrera Tosses Phillie Phanatic's Keys into Stands

    The Phillie Phanatic loves to have some fun with players at the ballpark, but on Sunday, Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera turned the tables on him. Somehow, Cabrera managed to get hold of the Phanatic's car keys...

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