Meet the Mets
Michael Conforto blasted two home runs off a pair of lefties during a minor-league scrimmage.
Jacob deGrom also got a tune-up against the minor leaguers so he will be ready to go when the season begins.
The Mets are still banking on their super rotation which is great in theory, but the rest of the league has shied away from going that route.
The dream rotation could still be in jeopardy as Zack Wheeler’s last performance on the mound didn’t alleviate concerns from the Mets’ brass.
Intrigue still surrounds Matt Harvey and what he can bring to the table and if he can return to the pitcher he once was.
The rotation isn’t the only area facing questions as Opening Day draws closer.
Dominic Smith has had a disappointing camp to say the least, but he hopes to eventually put it behind him and come back stronger.
Now that Smith and Amed Rosario have made their debuts, who are the next prospects to keep an eye on?
The farm system as a whole does not rank that high when compared with other teams around the league.
Prospect Anthony Kay sat down for a Q & A to talk about his return from Tommy John surgery.
Luis Guillorme’s defensive skills can be traced back to a carjacking incident that happened to his family in Venezuela.
Fish Stripes wrote up a very detailed preview of the Mets.
One area of Citi Field will have a new look come Opening Day and is available for group outings.
Around the National League East
Johan Camargo strained his side and back last week, and will begin the season on the disabled list for Atlanta.
Around Major League Baseball
Zack Greinke is still in line to make his first start of the season despite sustaining a minor injury to his groin.
The Hall of Fame announced that Jim Thome’s plaque will have a “C” on the cap and not Chief Wahoo.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Steve Sypa previewed Ty Bashlor’s season.
Brian Salvatore believes Dominic Smith has some work to do in his season preview.