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Dwight Gooden turns 50 years old today, and he spoke to the Post about his struggles with addiction over the years and says that he never thought he would live to be 50.
As the Mets consider their options at shortstop—and there are plenty of options—Matt Reynolds could be ready to play short in the big leagues in 2015.
The Mets have a plan for Brandon Nimmo, who will likely begin the 2015 season in Triple-A Las Vegas.
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Yasmany Tomas, who has been rumored to be signing somewhere in the near future, could be baseball's next Cuban star.
Beyond the Box Score considers Pablo Sandoval's defensive future.
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After signing Michael Cuddyer, should the Mets sign another one of the qualifying offer free agents this winter?
Yoan Moncada has been declared a free agent, and the Mets—like so many other teams—have at last some interest. Given the financial obligation and penalties required to sign him, he is probably not going to end up with the Mets.
The Mets have a surplus of pitching. What should they do with Jon Niese, Dillon Gee, and Bartolo Colon?
Asked for his thoughts on the Cuddyer signing by Marc Simon of ESPN New York, Jerry Seinfeld approves.