Latest Mets News
The Mets first open-to-the-public workout will be held on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
Utility-man Matt Reynolds was traded Monday to the Washington Nationals for Sandy Alderson’s favorite player, cash considerations.
Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal believes that Mets fans have the right to be among the sports’s angriest.
Mets prospect Colby Woodmansee has joined an online campaign in which he’ll donate $10 to the Alzheimer’s Foundation for every hit he tallies this Spring.
Anthony DiComo of MLB.com tweets out the new uniform numbers this year.
Latest MLB News
In one of the strangest baseball stories in recent weeks, former All-Star pitcher Esteban Loaiza was arrested for transporting roughly 44 pounds of cocaine and/or heroin.
The biggest recruiter this offseason has hired away another writer. Lindsey Adler, who most recently wrote for Deadspin, will instead cover the Mets and Yankees for The Athletic.
The Toronto Blue Jays will retire Roy Halladay‘s No. 32 on Opening Day.
Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports that the Padres and free agent first baseman Eric Hosmer have consistently been in touch regarding a new deal. The Padres have reportedly offered the 28-year-old a seven-year deal worth $147 million, however his agent Scott Boras has been holding out for a longer deal.
Goose Gossage will no longer be welcome to Yankees Spring Training due to his recent insensitive comments.
The Blue Jays have inked Craig Breslow to a minor league deal. In a showcase last January, Breslow intrigued scouts by throwing with a new arm slot and was quickly signed to a deal with the Twins, but didn’t fare well during his Major League time in 2017.
Latest NL East News
According to Nightengale, catcher Eric Fryer has opted out of his minor league deal with the Phillies and has decided to retire. Fryer will finish his career with a .155/277/.197 slash-line over seven years. We wish the best to Eric in his post-playing career!
As if Marlins Park wasn’t boring enough already, WINZ Radio reports that the Marlins will cease their mid-inning mascot race.
Latest on MMO
Matt Mancuso wrote about the prospects that just missed MMN’s top-50 list.
Piersall finally notes the important dates for Spring Training this year.
On This Date in Mets History
David Cone re-signed with the Mets on this date in 2003.
Brian Rose, who pitched 8.2 innings for the 2001 Mets, turns 41 today.