1. Duda, Mets Shelve Long-Term Contract Talks

    WASHINGTON -- The New York Mets and Lucas Duda's representatives have shelved talks about a multiyear contract, allowing the first baseman to concentrate on the upcoming season without the negotiations as a distraction...

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  2. Healthy David Wright and Pitching Depth Will Lead the Mets to NL East Crown

    It was unseasonably warm in Florida this spring and that could explain it. It had to be the heat. All I know is, after six weeks of surveying the top tier of the National League East, ...

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  3. Recker's Slam Leads to Mets-Rangers Tie in Spring Finale

    Rangers prospect Chi Chi Gonzalez pitched five scoreless innings in relief before Anthony Recker later tied the game with a grand slam in the ninth inning as the Rangers and Mets played to a 4-4 draw on Saturday afternoon...

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  4. Mets' Roster Set: Buddy Carlyle, Sean Gilmartin In; Eric Campbell out

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- The New York Mets set their Opening Day roster on Saturday with a balance of eight relievers and four bench players...

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  5. Mets' Decision to Start Colon on Opening Day Comes with Competitive Benefit

    I doubt this was the motivation -- in fact, I’m told it wasn’t -- but one benefit of the Mets ' controversial decision to start right-hander Bartolo ...

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  6. DeGrom Finishes Strong to Complete Stellar Spring

    Exhibition game stats don't count, of course, which was a shame for Mets starter Jacob deGrom and a good thing for the Rangers ' hitters and defense Friday night in their second-to-last tuneup game at Globe Life Park...

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  7. New York Mets' Curtis Granderson Survives Knee Scare

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  8. Mets Prospect Cesar Puello Clears Waivers

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  9. Jenrry Mejia Sheds Hair on Eve of Season

    Jacob deGrom is known for his floppy hair. But Jenrry Mejia's bushy mane had developed its own fan club, too.....

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  10. Harvey will be held to 90 pitches in April starts

    The Mets are “going to be delicate” with Matt Harvey in his first month back in real games, Terry Collins said, according to MLB .com reporter Anthony DiComo (April 2)...

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  11. New York Mets' Curtis Granderson has bruised, swollen knee - Mets Blog - ESPN

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Curtis Granderson was struck on the side of the right knee by a third-inning pitch from St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Lance Lynn in Thursday's Grapefruit League finale and departed after the half-inning...

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  12. Granderson Has Some Soreness After HBP to Knee

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  13. Mets to Limit Harvey to 90 Pitches in April

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  14. Mets, Lucas Duda Still Working on Contract Extension Before Opener

    The Mets and first baseman Lucas Duda aren't close to a contract extension at the moment, but they're hoping there's still time to reach an agreement before Opening Day, according to CBSSports...

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  15. New York Mets' Matt Harvey Completes Dazzling Spring Training

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Matt Harvey's dazzling spring training performance as he returns from Tommy John surgery is complete...

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  16. Mets Preview: Season Rides on Utterly Unpredictable Lineup

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  17. Granderson Plunked in Leg, Departs Game Early

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson left Thursday's game against the Cardinals after Lance Lynn hit him in the right leg with a pitch...

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  18. New York Mets believe Daniel Murphy will play in D.C. - Mets Blog - ESPN

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Although it is coming down to the wire, the New York Mets now expect Daniel Murphy will be starting at second base on Opening Day, on Monday against the Washington Nationals in D...

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  19. Son of NJ Governor Among '15 Mets Interns

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  20. Sources: New York Mets Outfield Prospect Cesar Puello on Waivers

    New York Mets outfield prospect Cesar Puello has landed on waivers, multiple major league sources told ESPN.com. The move was expected...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 62 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Mets' Vic Black, Bobby Parnell pitch in minors - Mets Blog - ESPN

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Vic Black pitched in a game Wednesday for the first time since March 9, although the reliever expects to open the season on the disabled list for the New York Mets ...

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  22. AP: New York Mets' payroll still ranks in bottom third - Mets Blog - ESPN

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Despite adding Jerry Blevins and his $2.4 million salary this week, the New York Mets still rank only 21st in projected 2015 payroll...

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  23. The Mets' Old Bullpen Cart Is Up for Auction on EBay

    Oh, my: The auction house Sotheby's is selling the Mets ' old bullpen cart on eBay. Bidding is set to start at $10,000, with a final cost expected to be between $20,000 and $30,000...

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  24. Lagares Shows off His Range

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  25. Have Mets Talked to Matt Harvey About Long-Term Deal?

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