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Vargas is not expected to miss a significant amount of time so there is no need to panic about injuries just yet.
Vargas’s injury now allows for the possibility of the oft-dreamed about rotation to finally take shape.
Noah Syndergaard had another solid outing with all of his pitches working for him.
Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom could very well be the best pitching duo in the majors.
Travis d’Arnaud had a good day both behind the plate and in front of it and could push his way back into the starting role.
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After this contentious offseason, younger players might be more willing to sign extensions before they become free agents.
Minor leaguers have been fighting for fair pay but a new bill in Congress might set them back in their quest for a living wage.
After exiting his last start early with groin tightness, Zack Greinke threw a successful bullpen but will have his start pushed back once the season begins.
This Date in Mets History
March 19 was not kind to two of the pitchers from “Generation K.” In 1996, Bill Pulsipher was diagnosed with a strained tendon in his elbow and would end up missing the entire season. Three years later Paul Wilson suffered a partially torn medial collateral ligament that would require Tommy John surgery.