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Senga is very excited to “be in the Big Apple and join such a great team”.
A lot of “practice” helped Senga perfect his “Ghost Fork” pitch.
The right-hander was initially intimidated by Buck Showalter, but began feeling comfortable with him after the skipper started cracking jokes.
Senga spoke with Yu Darvish, who offered advice and made the new Met even more excited to pitch in the United States.
Senga made a charming first impression, but will he be a star in New York?
Anthony DiComo analyzed how Senga has begun adapting to life in the U.S. and what he must do to make his transition to pitching for the Mets a successful one.
The Boston Globe’s Alex Spieier thinks the Mets should be concerned about Senga, however, citing his high walk rate.
MLB is a two-tier league of haves and have nots, and the Senga press conference showed that the Mets are very firmly in the ‘have’ tier.
If you have a hankering for more press conferences, the club will introduce Justin Verlander today at 10:00am.
Will Sammon broke down what the Omar Narváez signing means for the team’s catching situation and what fans can expect from the team’s newest addition.
The Mets hired Miguel Cairo to be their minor league infield coordinator.
The Mets have been recognized as a 2022 Best Employer In Sports.
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Around Major League Baseball
Manny Randhawa identified the best remaining free agent at each position.
San Diego also signed Max Schrock to a minor league deal.
Noah Syndergaard thinks he can throw 100 mph again, and said last year wasn’t the best version of him.
Some teams are concerned about Michael Conforto’s ability to throw at full strength following his shoulder surgery last April.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
Lukas Vlahos graded the team’s signing of David Robertson.
In the wake of the Mets signing Senga, Episode 201 of From Complex to Queens focuses on other international players who might play in the U.S. over the next few years.
This Date in Mets History
Happy 40th Birthday to Number 5, David Wright, Norfolk Virginia.