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Meet the Mets

So much for Fernando Martinez's game started streak. At least it's just to get Carlos Beltran back in the lineup.

In Carlos Delgado news, the Mets are not rushing to find an outside replacement (bottom of the article), even after Delgado said he doesn't know when he'll be back

Faith and Fear in Flushing mic'd the umpires during Wednesday's instant replay.

Mike Silva makes the case for Adrian Gonzalez.

Alex Cora is coming back early because of a splint he made himself.

Gary Sheffield is now the leader of the Mets, mostly because he's hitting.

Has Citi Field forced the Mets to get better at situational hitting?

Around the NL East

Tom Glavine pitched five scoreless innings for triple-A Gwinnett. Glavine says he's ready to go in the bigs as early as next week.

Meanwhile, the major league squad didn't fare so well, losing their fourth straight, this time to the Diamondbacks 5-2.

Jeff Francoeur may be on his way to Boston to back up JD Drew.

Good news for the Mets, the Marlins are interested in signing newly released National Daniel Cabrera.

Who is this guy Sean West going against the Mets tonight?

Brett Myer's hip injury is serious, possibly requiring surgery. Phillie Nation is reporting he's done for the season.

Around MLB

Baltimore hot prospect Matt Wieters is making his big league debut tonight against Detroit and Dontrelle.

More ejections yesterday, as four players including Jason Varitek were tossed

In response to his recent tantrum, MLB has suspended Cub starter Carlos Zambrano for 6 games.

Tomo Ohka is back, this time with Cleveland.

Eric Gagne is hoping to return to Los Angeles some day by way of Quebec.


Welcome back Carlos Beltran. Those of us here at AA missed you. Stay healthy.