Meet the Mets
The Mets' offense managed to knock Clayton Kershaw out after just five innings but the bullpen decided to melt down, as they fell to the Dodgers 7-2 in Tuesday's series opener with the Dodgers. For more, check out the recaps.
Jon Niese was hit in the leg by a Mark Ellis comebacker last night. Niese is day to day with a contusion but may be questionable for his next start. In other rotation news, it looks like Shaun Marcum is good to go for Saturday's start, his first in a Mets uniform. Good thing too because the Mets lost Aaron Laffey on waivers to the Blue Jays. Sad, sad day.
The Mets' offensive approach early on this season has gotten them up near the top of the runs leaderboard.
Mets' minor leaguer Christian Montgomery was suspended for 50 games after testing positive for a drug of abuse, his second positive test.
Are Zack Wheeler's walks a problem? Toby Hyde looks into it.
Yesterday At AA
The Mets' outfield, considered in the offseason by some to be potentially among the worst in the history of baseball, has been decent so far.
I checked in with Eric Stephen of True Blue LA to learn more about the Dodgers.
Stephen Schmidt has yesterday's Daily Farm Report.
David Moseder looks back at April 23 in Mets history.
Around the NL East
Around the Majors
Through the magic of Photoshop and the human mind, Ted Berg creates the most awesome ballpark in the world.
Bad news for the Dodgers and Chad Billingsley, who is going to have Tommy John surgery and miss the rest of the year. Similarly, Orioles' top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy is going to visit Dr. James Andrews.
Stolen bases have disappeared around the league through the first three weeks of 2013.