Meet the Mets
We're still learning about the Mets' new left fielder, and for this I'm quite thankful. Turns out he was quite the wiffleball player. This might make him my new favorite Met. On a more serious note, Hardball Times takes a look at whether the vesting option will end up being worth it.
Ted Berg brings in some Arrested Development as a metaphor for the Bengie Molina courtship.
Carlos Delgado is supposed to start his winter league action today. Metsmerized gets you caught up with what has happened so far in offseason play.
Here are two stories that I'm not sure really mean too much, but make great headlines:
- The Mets led the majors in minor league players suspended due to performance enhancing drugs
- Firms with mob contacts got $51.6 million during the construction of Citi Field. This is from the New York Post though, so take this with a huge grain of salt.
Around the NL East
The Phillies have probably replaced Chan Ho Park with Denys Baez.
Chipper talks with the Journal-Constitution about what life will be like without Bobby Cox.