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Frazier was brought in to play third base, and sadly it further calls into question David Wright’s future with the team.
The newest acquisition has a bit of an unconventional swing that leads to both home runs and popups as evidenced by this Fangraphs quiz.
This was just the latest signing in was has been a surprisingly active offseason for the Mets.
Sandy Alderson is continuing to keep an eye on the free agent market so perhaps another pitcher is not out of the question.
In order to make room on the 40-man roster, Matt Reynolds was designated for assignment.
Brandon Nimmo’s name recently came up in trade rumors, but the outfielder only sees positives in the rumor and with his role in the organization.
Noah Syndergaard has arrived in Port St. Lucie and was pleased with how this offseason went.
Dominic Smith is also in Florida and has undergone quite a transformation since last season.
Mickey Callaway is about to undertake his first spring training as Mets manager and he is still optimistic about the team’s outlook.
Talking Chop wrote up their preview of the Mets from the vantage point of a NL East rival, but did they really have to use that picture?
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Another chapter is being added to the free agent drama that has been continuously unfolding this offseason. The unsigned free agents will hold their own training camp that will begin on February 12.
Tim Lincecum is attempting a comeback and will throw in front of scouts next week.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
David Capobianco believes that the Mets catchers could be solid this year.
This Date in Mets History
Todd Zeile returned to the Mets on this date in 2004. Zeile was traded before the start of the season in 2002, but made his way back to Queens two years later. He appeared in 134 games that season, including one relief appearance on the mound.