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Newly acquired Jed Lowrie spoke to the New York Post about his reasons for coming to New York, his motivations, his photography hobby, and his favorite wines.
A full season removed from his devastating shoulder injury, 2019 could signal Michael Conforto’s return to greatness.
Mike Puma gave an overview of things to keep an eye out for as spring training draws closer.
General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen will join Mike Francesa on his program at 5:30 tonight.
Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo are very optimistic about the potential power of the Mets’ bullpen.
Marlon Anderson has been moved up to be the St. Lucie hitting coach after occupying the same role in Brooklyn last season.
For the AA hitting coach gig, the Mets have pegged former Reds assistant hitting coach Tony Jamarillo.
Lenny Harris took to Reddit to take questions from fans about the 2000 Mets and more.
Around the National League East
The Mets weren’t the only team to make moves this offseason as they will be facing a very different National League East in 2019.
Around Major League Baseball
Today, the Oakland Athletics’ pitchers and catchers become the first players to officially report for spring training.
Joel Sherman continued his yearly tradition of naming the 50 most intriguing people for the upcoming season.
As the start of the season approaches, it becomes increasingly unlikely that Corey Kluber will be dealt.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr made his pitch for Bryce Harper to come to the Bay Area.
Adam Ottavino gave the New York Times an exclusive look at his Harlem hurling hide-out.
Matt Chapman made it officially known that he can grow a mustache.
This Date in Mets History
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Brian Salvatore made his case for Gio Gonzalez to be the Mets’ last move of the offseason.