1. Mets Put Billy Bean into Uniform to Raise Awareness of Gay Players in Sport

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — In November, after Billy Bean addresses a room of 30 general managers, bringing a message of inclusion for gay players in baseball, Mets GM Sandy Alderson approached him...

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  2. Zack Wheeler Isn't a Fan of Defensive Shifts

    Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said at the MIT Sloan Analytics Conference over the weekend that one of his team's pitchers was so strongly opposed to defensive shifts that they cut back on using them when he was on the mound...

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  3. Why Mets Delaying Matt Harvey Return Is Right Move

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  4. Watch: Bartolo Colon Takes Batting Practice

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  5. What2Watch4 in 2015: Travis D'Arnaud

    We'll run through most of the Mets ' roster for 2015 with a look at the key stats to know heading into this season...

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  6. The Mets' Intangible That Has Terry Collins Predicting Playoffs

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  7. Mets Players Who Are in Serious Danger of Being Cut or Demoted

    With MLB spring training in full swing, some players are battling with each other to get a spot in the starting lineup or pitching rotation. Others are fighting just to have a spot on the roster...

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  8. New Mets Hitting Coach Kevin Long Says He's Rooting for Alex Rodriguez

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  9. Predicting the Mets' 2015 Opening Day Bench

    While starting players get all the attention and make the big headlines consistently, it's critical for a team to have good depth on the bench in case of injuries...

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  10. New Dodger Rollins: Mets Were No. 2 Choice

    Jimmy Rollins spent a lot of years with the Philadelphia Phillies antagonizing New York Mets fans with his swagger and competitive spirit. He was among a select group of opposing players that fans in Flushing Meadows most loved to hate...

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  11. Reyes on Mets' Tejada: 'I Don't Know If He Gets It or Not'

    In 2011, Jose Reyes believed he was grooming Ruben Tejada to be his replacement at shortstop for the New York Mets ......

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  12. Colon Aiming for 3 Hits This Season

    New York Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon has never been heralded for his offensive prowess, but remains a pleasure to watch at the plate for his unorthodox hacks.....

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  13. Mets' Hitting Philosophy Remains the Same

    The edict comes down in spring training, one of the first pieces of business covered before another long journey through summer.....

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  14. Under-the-Radar Mets Players Ready to Impress This Spring

    Spring training has begun in baseball, and the New York Mets are gearing up for what will hopefully be a successful 2015 season...

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  15. Harvey Discusses Recovery

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  16. WATCH: Mets' Matt Harvey Throws to Live Batters for First Time in 18 Months

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  17. Terry Collins' Best Mets Team Comes with a Short Leash

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  18. Why New York Mets' Bullpen Could Make or Break Squad's 2015 Season

    Remember the last time the New York Mets were contenders? It was 2008, and just about everything was clicking. Everything, that is, except the bullpen. The Mets blew a total of 29 saves that season...

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  19. Matt Harvey: 'I couldn't feel better'

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- At 6-foot-6, top prospect Noah Syndergaard is not often the undercard. Yet that's exactly what Syndergaard found himself on a gray Friday morning at Mets camp...

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  20. Sources: Colon May Get Opening Day Nod

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Nothing is set in stone, but the Mets are strongly considering Bartolo Colon for the Opening Day start against the Washington Nationals in D.C., multiple sources told ESPNNewYork...

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  21. Wright Feels Good Coming into 2015 Season

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  22. WATCH: Mets' Michael Cuddyer Blows Away Juan Lagares with a Magic Trick

    New Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer is also well-known for being an amateur magician (or one who practices black magic, if you ask Luis Castillo). So, of course, he's already showing off his illusions to his new teammates...

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  23. Duda Will Be Held out of Swing for Week

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  24. A's Davis Still Mad at Mets for Saying He Partied Too Much

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The phenom part is easy. You're born talented, become a first-round pick, and ascend to the big leagues, all without having to think much...

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  25. Mets' Murphy Open to in-Season Extension Talks

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Second baseman Daniel Murphy, the lone All-Star for the New York Mets in 2014, likely is headed for free agency next offseason...

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