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Dealing with right elbow soreness, Drew Smith took his things and went back to New York for testing.
Mickey Callaway disclosed that Yoenis Cespedes will start his throwing program today.
As far as active players go, Michael Conforto won’t be leaving right field any time soon.
With Jed Lowrie potentially missing opening day, the Mets aren’t afraid to fill the first four spots of the lineup with lefites.
The real winner of the first base competition may end up being the friends we made along the way.
Dominic Smith has no qualms about going back to the outfield if it gets him a spot on the major league roster.
The only people more excited about Edwin Diaz and the rest of the bullpen than the fans might just be the players.
For the first time this spring, the Mets might’ve gotten their best look at the opening day lineup.
Amed Rosario introduced himself back into the lineup in a big way.
Grandpa Matz made an appearance at Steven’s start yesterday.
Around the National League East
The biggest change that Juan Soto made this offseason might be in the form of his post-pitch shuffle routine.
Around Major League Baseball
Former top prospect Michael Fulmer has seen a worrying decrease in his velocity early in the spring.
Blake Snell made sure to alert the media that the Rays specifically elected to only give him a $5,500 raise following his 2018 Cy Young campaign.
Brock Holt will sit out the next few days with back spasms.
To this point, extension discussions between the Tigers and Nicholas Castellanos have been nonexistent.
Not to be outdone by Shohei Ohtani, Michael Lorenzen will be pitching and playing in center field this afternoon.
This Date in Mets History
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Linda Surovich covered the Mets most recent victory against the Cardinals.
Michael Drago took a look at the cloudy future of Dominic Smith on the Mets.