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Tuesday Morning Mets Newsstand

Pedro Martinez threw around fifty pitches in a simulated game yesterday, utilizing his whole repertoire in the process. The Mets will wait a few days and see how he feels before possibly throwing another sim and then, if all goes well, starting a rehab assignment.

Steve Popper has a nice profile of Rickey Henderson, baseball coach in today's Record.

Julio Franco is happy to be back in Atlanta. What's that? Right, the sound of nobody caring.

With the trade deadline fast approaching, David Lennon assesses the team as it's currently constituted. John Delcos has a similarly-themed piece at the Journal News.

Two straight days of Marchman Madness! Today he talks about Jose Reyes and his unprecented union of stolen base prowess and plate discipline.

At, vastly underappreciated Mets columnist Michael Salfino looks at the Mets catching situation now and moving forward, and argues the same point we've been arguing for some time: Ramon Castro should be starting more.