Meet the Mets
Toby Hyde suggests that Syndergaard will have his innings limited when he does arrive in the majors.
Jeremy Hefner threw a baseball for the first time since his surgery yesterday.
Howie Rose is reportedly "invigorated" by the Mets move to WOR.
Terry Collins has not dismissed the idea of putting Jenrry Mejia in the bullpen; if he doesn't win the fifth starter's job.
Ruben Tejada talked about how the Stephen Drew talk has impacted his offseason.
Chris Young says he wants to play center field, and had some complimentary remarks towards his fellow outfielders.
Around the Majors
Michael Salfino at Yahoo! writes about how the "strikeouts minus walks" stat may be more efficient than K/BB at projecting future performance.
Grant Bisbee reviews how the bookmakers in Las Vegas are looking at the 2014 baseball season.
Eric Stephen writes about how salary arbitration is a necessary evil in modern baseball.
The Orioles have signed Ubaldo Jimenez to a four year deal.
Brad Johnson at Fangraphs looks at who the best soft-tossing pitcher has been for the past few years.
Yesterday at AA
Jeffrey Bellone shows that the Mets had two top-tier baserunners in 2013.
Michael Donato gets a little crazy with his wild Mets assertions.
Rob Castellano takes a look at Dom Smith in his prospect rankings.
Matthew Callan gives us the ultimate Mets related catch-22 by asking, "would you rather have the Wilpons or the Dolans?"
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