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Yoenis Cespedes went with a more old fashioned mode of transportation yesterday. He rode into camp on a horse with Noah Syndergaard in tow.
Terry Collins seemed amused by the horseplay, but ultimately said that it's time to get down to business.
Curtis Granderson has been diagnosed with conjunctivitis, but the condition is not considered serious. The veteran outfielder doesn't totally agree with the diagnosis, but he sat out of workouts on Tuesday anyway.
The Post is reporting that Michael Cuddyer did not save the Mets the full value of his remaining contract when he retired.
Tuesday was Photo Day for the Mets at Port St. Lucie. Newsday has some of the close-ups.
Former Mets beat writer Andy McCullough thinks Collins's team should be a little more sad about last year's incredible season.
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Grant Brisbee compares Las Vegas's over-under totals with FanGraphs's projected win totals for the upcoming season.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Steve Schreiber previewed the 2016 campaign of Michael Conforto.
Lukas Vlahos did the same for Hansel Robles.
Matt Varvaro celebrated the impending return of Keith Hernandez by recalling some of the controversial commentator's greatest moments.
This date in Mets history
In 1966, Atlanta lost the draft rights to Tom Seaver due to a technicality.