Meet the Mets
Met leadoff hitter, catalyst, and shortstop Jose Reyes has suffered a major setback in his rehabilitation. Maybe Jose will take the time off and learn to mature... Mets Police says we're not missing much.
Reliever JJ Putz will also need more evaluation and may have a more serious injury as well.
Carlos Beltran spoke out following yesterday afternoon's loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
I missed this during this series, but apparently Keith Hernandez had an amazingly unintential inappropriate quote.
Adam Rubin speculates that Brad Holt could see some major league time this season.
Ike Davis homered and tripled in yesterday's St. Lucie loss. Davis was named Baseball America's Prospect Hitter of the Day.
The B-Mets wasted a no hit bid by Eric Brown and lost to Portland, 3-2.
Ohmurph.com scored an interview with the legendary Cowbell Man.
Gary Sheffield has brought Doc Gooden back into the Mets family.
Around the NL East
The Phillies continue to win, this time behind a complete game by Cole Hamels. The win is Philadelphia's seventh consecutive and they are now four games ahead of the Mets.
Philadelphia will reportedly sign either Tom Glavine or Vicente Padilla.
Randy Johnson won his 300th game, beating the Nationals in a rain-soaked opening of a doubleheader. The Nationals also droppped the rain-shortened night cap, 4-1.
Josh Johnson did it all for the Marlins, pitching 7 and two thirds innings and homering in Florida's 4-3 victory over the Brewers. Johnson gets a boost in his badly needed win statistic, which will help his arbitration case.
Marlin pitcher Anibel Sanchez was sent again to the DL.
A scary story comes to a happy ending for Rockie catcher Yorvit Torrealba.
Yankee starter AJ Burnett has been suspended for six games after throwing high and tight. No punishment for Vicente Padilla who initiated the brushback.
Sports Illustrated takes a look at the return of speed aggressive baserunning.
Welcome back Kelvim Escobar.
Jacobs Field namesake Richard Jacobs has passed away.