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In a heartwarming story we all need right now, Pete Alonso and Luis Rojas brought joy to a Mets fan who had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
The starting rotation was looking like a dominant force before baseball was shut down and now there is no telling what will happen with them if and when baseball resumes.
With spring training put on hold, Port St. Lucie is suffering economically from all the Mets fans that are no longer in town.
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Major League Baseball is considering cancelling the 2020 Amateur Draft which could have serious ripple effects for the players hoping to get drafted.
Jason Hayward joined Freddie Freeman as another player looking to provide help during this difficult time.
Major League Baseball and the Players Association will need to figure how the delay will affect aspects of the game that take place away from the field such as salaries and service time.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
This Date in Mets History
March 19 was not kind to two of the Mets’ Generation K pitchers of the ‘90s. In 1996 Bill Pulsipher underwent a MRI to reveal a strained tendon in his left elbow. He would end up missing the entire season. Three years later, Paul Wilson hurt himself warming up before a game and the injury would later require Tommy John surgery.