Meet the Mets
The Mets open a two-game exhibition series with the Toronto Blue Jays in Montreal tonight, weather permitting, of course. Jenrry Mejia gets the start tonight, though a bunion might cost him the fifth spot in the Mets' rotation.
With Frank Viola going in for open-heart surgery next week, word out of Mets camp is that Tom Signore, originally slated to be Brooklyn's pitching coach this year, will take that spot with the Las Vegas 51s.
Over at Faith and Fear in Flushing, Greg Prince sounds relieved that spring training is just about over.
The story of R.A. Dickey's life could be made into a movie.
The Mets are expecting a sellout on Opening Day. I'll take the under.
David Roth criticizes the media hype of the Yasiel Puig-Don Mattingly feud.
The Hardball Times attempts to predict the future of baseball players' salaries.
Beyond the Box Score looks at the effect of temperature on hitting.
Yesterday at AA
Paul Goebel asked if the Mets did enough this offseason.
Rob Castellano had some fun with the Mets and Google.
I took a look at the absolute-best-case scenario for the 2014 Mets.
We launched our annual pledge drive, which this year will benefit City Harvest.
And last but not least, feast your eyes on another amazing catch by Juan Lagares.