Asdrubal Cabrera Could Miss Opening of Season
Bad news for the New York Mets as new shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera may have to begin the season on the disabled list with a knee injury.
More from Rubin via general manager Sandy Alderson:
Alderson is right... If the Mets were to suffer an injury, that is the position to do it at...
Hall of Fame Classic Lineup Announced
The Cooperstown Hall of Fame Classic is just months away (May 28th). The event features one former player from every major league team coming back to Doubleday Field to participate in the game (1 p.m.). Select players will also compete in the HR Derby at Noon...
Mike Piazza to Be Honored in Albany on Wed.
Former New York Met and almost Hall of Famer Mike Piazza will be honored in Albany on Wednesday by the state legislature. He will be at the State Capitol.
Senator Jose Peralta had this to say courtesy of the New York Daily News:
"I want to congratulate Mets great Mike Piazza, one of the best hitt…
Should We Be Concerned About deGrom? (AUDIO)
After having 'tired arm' during the playoffs last season and missing a bullpen session this week with a sore leg, should we worry about Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom?
In addition to his health, should we be concerned about the contract situations that may soon come to a head for both deGrom and…
Granderson Gives “Thumbs Up” at ST
Curtis Granderson was a key piece of the Mets 2015 World Series roster, and now is ready to go in 2016.
Granderson arrived at Spring Training in Port St. Lucie, Fla. yesterday and appears to be good to go after thumb surgery in November. He had a torn ligament in his left thumb repaired on Nov...
BREAKING: Mejia Suspended Permanently
Jenrry Mejia has thrown his last pitch as a member of the New York Mets. There's no doubt in my mind.
Mejia has been suspended permanently by Major League Baseball after a third positive test for PEDs.
This is unfathomable to me. I almost want to sympathize with Mejia and say that he's taking somethin…
Mets Have Four Top-100 Prospects
Baseball season is just right around the corner as pitchers and catchers report next week. With that comes excitement for every team, but especially high are the hopes for the New York Mets, who return nearly everyone from a team that went to the World Series a season ago...
Chipper Jones Picks Mets to Win WS
Chipper Jones was the ultimate Mets killer when he played for the Atlanta Braves.
Across 18 major league seasons with the Braves, Jones hit .309, posting a .406 on-base percentage against the Mets.
But now, Chipper Jones is a friend of the Mets...
Piazza’s Number Being Retired + More (AUDIO)
We are now under one month until pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. For the New York Mets, they are coming off a season that saw them advance to the World Series, but can they win it in 2016?
We brought in Mets insider Adam Rubin to break down the Mets and the questions they have headin…
Mets Bring Back Cespedes
It seemed bleak. It seemed unlikely. And it seemed hopeless. But in the end, the New York Mets got it done.
On Friday, news broke that the Mets had reached an agreement with Yoenis Cespedes to bring him back to New York.
The deal is for three years and $75 million...
Mets, Cespedes Discussing Creative Deal
The Mets have been trying to figure out a way to get Yoenis Cespedes back in free agency. Cespedes helped ignite the Mets offense down the stretch last year and helped the Mets advance all the way to the World Series.
He's been reportedly looking for a huge multi-year deal that would bring him a…

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