Mets News & Notes

Gee Expresses Frustration At Going To Bullpen

An article by posted on February 23, 2015 0 Comments
Gee Expresses Frustration At Going To Bullpen

Dillon Gee expressed some disappointment at the prospect of potentially heading to the Mets bullpen to start the season. In an interview with NJ.com beat writer Mike Vorkunov, the veteran righthander shared his thoughts. “I feel like I should be starting somewhere,” Gee said. “I think my record and stuff have proven that I could […]

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Michael Cuddyer On Injuries, Coors to Citi, Troy Tulowitzki

An article by posted on February 23, 2015 0 Comments
Michael Cuddyer On Injuries, Coors to Citi, Troy Tulowitzki

The prize of the Mets offseason, Michael Cuddyer, took some time to speak with reporters on a variety of topics: On Going From Coors to Citi “The last transition taught me that your approach can remain the same,” Cuddyer said. “No matter what ballpark you’re playing in, as long as you keep that same hitting […]

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The Forgotten Man: Jonathan Niese

An article by posted on February 23, 2015 0 Comments
The Forgotten Man: Jonathan Niese

As I scrolled through my daily Mets spring training content, something hit me: Where the heck is Jon Niese? There are so many storylines in camp this year. You have the returning super-star Matt Harvey, the reigning Rookie of The Year Jacob deGrom, and the fire-baller on the verge of breaking out Zack Wheeler. These […]

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David Wright Notes: Health, October Baseball and The Future

An article by posted on February 23, 2015 0 Comments
David Wright Notes: Health, October Baseball and The Future

Although the Mets position players are not due to report to Port St. Lucie until February 24th, David Wright is already putting in work on the field and talking to the media. He sat down for about 25 minutes on Sunday with various members of the media to talk about his shoulder, his expectations for […]

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PSL Notes: Flores vs. Tejada, Matz and Harvey Impress, Good Vibrations

An article by posted on February 22, 2015 0 Comments
PSL Notes: Flores vs. Tejada, Matz and Harvey Impress, Good Vibrations

According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, Terry Collins refused to say that Wilmer Flores is his starting shortstop and told reporters that he has challenged Ruben Tejada to win the job. Collins said that as far as he’s concerned, shortstop is a wide open competition this Spring. “I’m going go to give […]

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The Mets Have Playoff Fever

An article by posted on February 22, 2015 0 Comments
The Mets Have Playoff Fever

At first it was just a few guys back in November, right after the Mets signed Michael Cuddyer. The team jumped out of the gate and quickly signed the right-handed bat they were looking for. Suddenly you had David Wright, Terry Collins and Matt Harvey talking “October baseball.” As the weeks and months rolled on […]

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Six Things We Learned From Terry Collins On Saturday

An article by posted on February 21, 2015 0 Comments
Six Things We Learned From Terry Collins On Saturday

1. For weeks Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins have been suggesting that Matt Harvey would be held back at the start of the season so he could pitch the home opener at Citi Field on April 13 against the Phillies. But while speaking to reporters today at Tradition Field, Collins said he has every intention […]

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The Not So Fine Line Between Spending and Winning

An article by posted on February 21, 2015 0 Comments
The Not So Fine Line Between Spending and Winning

The New York Mets have spent $900 million on player salaries since their last playoff appearance, writes Cork Gaines of Business Insider. Only the Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners have spent more. The following chart shows the 20 teams that did not make the playoffs last season and how much they have spent on […]

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It’s Freezing In NYC, But The Heat Is On At Mets Camp

An article by posted on February 21, 2015 0 Comments
It’s Freezing In NYC, But The Heat Is On At Mets Camp

It feels good to get away from all the rumors and speculation of what’s been a long and often boring offseason. The players are in camp, they’re excited about getting the new season underway, and there’s a feeling of confidence and calm throughout the camp. On Friday, Sandy Alderson gave his state of the union […]

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9 Things We Learned From Sandy Alderson

An article by posted on February 20, 2015 0 Comments
9 Things We Learned From Sandy Alderson

1. Sandy said he is pleased with his offseason and likes the mix of youth and veterans that will ultimately comprise the opening day roster. He believes the team has more depth now than at anytime since he’s been the GM. “We are very happy with the 25 guys who will makeup the roster.” 2. […]

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