Meet the Mets
Carlos Carrasco gave up a couple of home runs in his start against Houston but he isn’t too concerned with the results.
So far in spring, Alonso has been getting to know his new hitting coaches and has made a connection with them.
Robinson Canó will be trying out first base as the team searches for ways to get his bat into the lineup.
Mark Canha is known for his disciplined approach at the plate and the Mets are hoping that his teammates will be able to learn from him after struggling at that last season.
According to Scott Boras, Michael Conforto injured his shoulder while working out and is waiting until he is fully healed before signing with a team.
Around the National League East
The Braves named Max Fried as their Opening Day starter.
Sandy Alcantara took some Miami prospects out to dinner to make a connection with them as they try to realize their dream of making it to the big leagues.
So yay or nay to the Nationals’ City Connect uniforms?
It’s still spring, but the Nationals lost to the Cardinals by a score that is more suited for football than baseball.
Around Major League Baseball
Rob Manfred wants to try and repair the broken relationship with the players after things got heated during the lockout.
Zack Greinke will once again be the Royals’ Opening Day starter, twelve years after he last threw a pitch for them.
Best wishes to Albert Pujols and his wife Deidre who is undergoing surgery to remove a brain tumor.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
On Episode 116 of A Pod of Their Own, Liz Benn stopped by to talk about her new role in the organization.
David Capobianco thinks Trevor Williams is suited for the Mets’ long reliever role.
This Date in Mets History
On this date in 1998, the Mets and Phillies decided to go for some free baseball right off the bat and played fourteen innings on Opening Day. The Mets won on a hit by backup catcher Alberto Castillo and they walked off with a 1-0 win.