LHP Kyle Regnault Trying To Impress In Camp

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LHP Kyle Regnault Trying To Impress In Camp

Kyle Regnault is a left handed pitcher who has been pitching the Can-Am league for the last 3 years after pitching at URI. He is 26 years old and last year did some starting, relieving, and closing for the Les Capitales de Quebec. In his 3 years in the league Kyle has a 4.11 ERA, […]

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Campbell Appears To Have Sewn Up Bench Spot

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Campbell Appears To Have Sewn Up Bench Spot

It appears that Eric Campbell has locked up the final bench spot even before the Mets play one inning of Grapefruit League games which begin on Wednesday. Terry Collins has had Campbell playing all all over the field this spring during fielding practice. “He’s going to wear every one of those gloves that is in […]

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Harvey To Make Season Debut April 9 Against Nationals

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Harvey To Make Season Debut April 9 Against Nationals

Matt Harvey will likely make his regular season debut on April 9 against the Nationals in DC according to a report by Kevin Kernan of the NY Post. The Mets ace will then be slated to start the team’s second home game on April 14, against the Phillies at Citi Field. “The Mets don’t need Harvey to over-amp it […]

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Sources: Rangers Still Interested In Gee, Could Move Profar

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Sources: Rangers Still Interested In Gee, Could Move Profar

Sources have told Chris Cotillo that the Texas Rangers are still interested in trading for Mets starter Dillon Gee. It is unclear if the sides are in active discussions about a deal for Gee, says Cotillo, though Texas has been interested in the right-hander dating back to the Winter Meetings. One possibility that is being […]

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Lagares Says His Elbow Is Fine

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Lagares Says His Elbow Is Fine

Mike Vorkunov of NJ.com followed up on comments made by Terry Collins on Sunday about the team having concerns with the elbow injury that shutdown Juan Lagares last season. Collins told reporters that Lagares was going to be monitored this spring and during the season to make sure that his right elbow is without issue. However […]

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Dan Warthen Deserves Heaps Of Credit For Mets’ Pitching Renaissance

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Dan Warthen Deserves Heaps Of Credit For Mets’ Pitching Renaissance

Pitching coach Dan Warthen told Marc Carig of Newsday that he is “very skeptical” Harvey will be allowed to reach the 200 inning threshold that Sandy Alderson talked about last week. Warthen indicated that a more appropriate limit would be between 180 and 190 innings pitched. “I would be very skeptical of 200 innings,” Warthen told […]

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Monday Spring Wrap: Wright Sets Things Straight, Harvey Excited After Throwing BP

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Monday Spring Wrap: Wright Sets Things Straight, Harvey Excited After Throwing BP

Here’s a roundup of all the news and notes from Port St. Lucie today. Matt Harvey faced live batters on Monday for the second time this spring as he prepares for his first Grapefruit League start on Friday against the Detroit Tigers. He faced David Wright and Curtis Granderson and threw 26 pitches in all. […]

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Intrasquad and Grapefruit League Pitching Assignments

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Intrasquad and Grapefruit League Pitching Assignments

The Mets will have an intrasquad game on Tuesday before beginning their Grapefruit League games on Wednesday. Here’s the pitchers slated to go for Tuesday’s noon intrasquad game: Team Blue Jonathon Niese Rafael Montero Sean Gilmartin Carlos Torres Vic Black Team Orange Zack Wheeler Jenrry Mejia Buddy Carlyle Jeurys Familia The Mets also announced the […]

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Kevin Long Says Batting Title Is Within Daniel Murphy’s Grasp

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Kevin Long Says Batting Title Is Within Daniel Murphy’s Grasp

After his first Mets press conference here, Kevin Kernan of the New York Post pulled Kevin Long aside and asked him what Mets hitter has the best chance to become better this season. Long didn’t hesitate. “Murphy,’’ he said. “A batting title is not out of his grasp.” “He’s got a lot of pop and […]

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Collins Prefers Granderson In RF and Cuddyer In LF

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Collins Prefers Granderson In RF and Cuddyer In LF

If you read my Spring Training notes from Port St. Lucie on Sunday, you may have been surprised – as I was – that Michael Cuddyer is deaf in his left ear due to a childhood virus. He has barely played left field in his career (3 starts in 13 year career) because of it, […]

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