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. 3rd.

From Rubin on ESPN.com:

"He goes, 'You’re all good to go,'" Granderson said Monday, upon arriving at Mets camp. "If anything, there’s just a little scar there, which actually isn’t too bad."

Granderson hit 26 homers while driving in 70 runs a season ago. He figures to be the Mets leadoff hitter again this season and they will be counting on him given the health concerns of David Wright and the consistency concerns of Lucas Duda, Travis d'Arnoud and Yoenis Cespedes.

The Mets open up the 2016 season against the Kansas City Royals in a rematch of last years World Series.