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Tuesday Linkage

It has been a long, winding road for Jorge Sosa, from a skinny kid on a dirt field in the Dominican Republic to a mediocre pitcher in training camp with the Mets.

Lastings Milledge seems to be working things out.

Carlos Delgado's homerun off of Pedro Feliciano in yesterday's intrasquad game was a good sign that his elow is feeling better.

Former Met Art Shamsky is going to be a manager in the upstart Israeli baseball league, the first professional organization of its kind in the Middle East. Shamsky and others will help the chosen people play the chosen sport (no offense, foxy boxing).

Adam Rubin has a recap of yesterday's exhibition power show.

The Holy Grail of baseball cards sold for $2,350,000 yesterday. If you need me this afternoon I'll be rummaging through my parents' attic.

Over at MetsGeek, Andrew doesn't think the starting rotation is worth fretting over.

Mike Nichols at MetsBlog thinks the Mets should sign Roger Clemens to a one-year deal. From a baseball standpoint this move makes perfect sense. I'm pretty sure most fans will never forgive Clemens for his run-ins with Mike Piazza and, you know, for basically being a douchebag.

At The Hardball Times, Chris Constancio informs us that Jose Reyes is one of the two best young shortstops in baseball. Duh.

The Mets play another intrasquad game today before kicking off their spring schedule tomorrow against the Tigers. In case you're wondering, yes, the DVR is already set to record.