Meet the Mets
Bobby Ojeda talks some sanity on the Mejia madness.
A great story in the Times about Francisco Rodriguez's mentorship of the Met Venezuelan players, including Ugueth Urbina's son.
I really hope that Jon Niese is the Mets' second best starter due to the fact that he's actually good and not that the rest of the rotation is crap.
And, most importantly, the Mets are moving the old Home Run Apple to its old location.
Also in Braves news: a Gwinnett Brave was arrested as part of a prostitution sting.
Lastings Milledge has an opinion on the Joe Mauer signing and "small market" teams.
It's been picked up several times already and expressed exactly this way, so I'll say it too: Heath Bell is awesome.
Derek Jeter wants to own a baseball team. Good for him.
The Padres have snagged Dick Enberg as their new broadcaster.
Jim Edmonds will be on the Brewers roster.
And, finally, the boys in the lab are working on a statistic to measure a ballplayer's heart.