Meet the Mets
Matt Harvey is back in Port St. Lucie! He tells Kevin Kernan of the Post that he "can't wait" to get started with spring training.
Kernan also notes that Harvey isn't hesitant to get back on the mound.
The Wilpons have caught a financial break, as the amount of money owed from the Madoff settlement has been reduced.
Daniel Schwartz took a look at Jenrry Mejia and the Mets bullpen, over at Fangraphs.
Around the NL East
John Stolnis broke down the market for Cole Hamels.
Around the Majors
Rob Neyer wants to know if all of the spending will be enough to bring the fans back in San Diego.
Ben Lindbergh says that James Shields, the Padres, and The Great Gatsby have a lot in common.
Brad Kallet writes that, while Rob Manfred wants to be progressive, eliminating shifts is a step in the wrong direction.
Eno Sarris takes a look at Nippon Professional Baseball and how foreigners may be treated unfairly.
Masahiro Tanaka appears to be headed in the right direction, as he continues his recovery.
Our friends over at Bluebird Banter compiled a list of the ballparks that have Wi-Fi service. Luckily, Citi Field is one of those ballparks if you prefer playing on your phone instead of watching baseball.
Jeff Sullivan writes that we'll know very soon if the Dustin Pedroia of yore is back in Boston.
Yesterday at AA
James Kannengieser wants you to know that payroll flexibility is on the horizon, just as it has been for the past five years!
Steve Schreiber thinks that R.A. Dickey may be the best Mets minor league signing of all time.
Rob Castello unveiled prospects 21-25 in our annual Amazin' Avenue Prospect Rankings.
We've announced the winners of our #LovetheMets contest. Congrats to those who won, and thanks to all those who participated!
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