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Jon Niese may have not pitched all that great, but he did get two hits in three at-bats against Anibal Sanchez.
In happier news, Jose Reyes has started taking BP and will see some action today against the triple-A Cardinal squad. Of course, Kevin Kernan says that the Mets need to get him in the Opening Day lineup, no matter what.
Pedro Feliciano made some headlines in a good way as well. Looks like he will be the new setup man.
Matthew Falzano sees Fernando Martinez as the heir apparent to Francoeur. I say, how can we get rid of the guy who somehow knows how to pump this team up?
As he begins fatherhood, Howard Megdal tries to predict what his new daughter has in store as a Met fan. Congrats Howard.
I've been really enjoying Marty Noble's blog lately. Here he waxes poetic about Doc.
Ted Berg starts a new series on his preview for this year. Good stuff.
Adam Rubin stopped in to Sports Talk 90.3 to talk about what he's seen so far this Spring.
Oh, and before I forget, Chris Coste was picked off waivers by Washington.
President Obama will throw out the first pitch at the Nationals home opener against Philadelphia.
Stephen Strasburg's minor league debut is already scheduled for April 11.
Mike Francesa has invited Steve Phillips to join him as a regularly scheduled guest on Monday afternoons. Even more reason not to listen.
Switch pitcher Pat Venditte may get a chance to throw in front of Joe Girardi today.
Scott Strickland did not convince the Marlins to give him a place in their bullpen so he might go back to repossessing cars. Awesome.
Mindy McCready is dishing some gossip about Roger Clemens bedroom prowess. That's right, I'm linking to tabloid gossip. I feel kind of dirty.
It's hard to read this Tom Krasovic piece on Mike Cameron and come away thinking that Krasovic really believes what he's saying.