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MetsBlog 5 hours ago

Mets lose, 5-4, to Cardinals

Bartolo Colon had another rough start, and the Mets left the tying run on second base in the ninth inning, as they lost, 5-4, to the Cardinals in their final home game this spring on Wednesday at Tradition Field. Colon …
Newark Star-Ledger 8 hours ago

Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals lineups: Bartolo Colon's last spring training start

Bartolo Colon will start for the last time this spring training as the regular season nears. He'll start in the Mets' final game at Tradition Field and face the Cardinals.
Mets 360 8 hours ago

Game Chatter: Bartolo Colon vs. Carlos Martinez (4/1/15)

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New York Post Mar 27, 2015

Mets play game of keep-away with Bartolo Colon

VIERA, Fla. — Bartolo Colon certainly didn’t need to see the Nationals again. With the veteran right-hander scheduled to pitch the season opener in Washington on April 6, manager Terry...
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 26, 2015

Mets' Bartolo Colon happy he won't be facing Washington Nationals today

Colon will see the Nationals on Opening Day.

Bartolo Colon pleased to avoid Nationals

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Bartolo Colon pronounced it a wise decision by the New York Mets staff to have him skip Thursday's Grapefruit League game against the Washington Nationals and instead pitch in a simulated game in the morning. Colon is due to face the Nats on Opening Day and does not want to give their batters too much spring-training familiarity. "I think it was a really good decision from [pitching coach] Dan [Warthen] and the staff, because last year they saw me a lot," Colon said through an interpreter after logging 73 pitches against Mets hitters at Tradition Field.

Niese and Colon pitch in intra-squad game

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Bartolo Colon and Jon Niese continued to build up their arm strength by throwing 70-plus pitches in an intra-squad game Thursday. Colon, the opening day starter, threw 73 pitches, notching strikes with 49 of them. …
Mets 360 Mar 25, 2015

Bartolo Colon is not the problem Opening Day

New York and national media is up in arms over annexation of Matt Harvey’s rightful duty to start Opening Day. Instead of yielding to the Dark Knight, GM Sandy Alderson and Manager Terry Collins have the unmitigated audacity to announce…Read more →Related Posts:Bartolo Colon To Start On Opening Day? That’s FineWho is right for Opening Day?Mets Opening Day starter: Zack Wheeler or Jacob deGrom?Why is Terry Collins naming his Opening Day starter already?The curious case of Jon Niese
Newsday Mar 24, 2015

Matt Harvey fine with Bartolo Colon starting Mets' Opening Day

In September, Matt Harvey said in a radio interview that he was "looking ahead to April 6 and counting the Washington Nationals as a 'W.'"
Newsday Mar 23, 2015

Bartolo Colon will start for Mets on Opening Day

Bartolo Colon will start for the Mets on Opening Day in Washington on April 6, manager Terry Collins announced Monday.
Newsday Mar 23, 2015

Bartolo Colon named Opening Day starter ... big deal

The Mets really blew it with Monday's announcement that Bartolo Colon will be the Opening Day starter against the Nationals in Washington on April 6.
New York Post Mar 23, 2015

Mets name Bartolo Colon — don’t laugh — to start Opening Day

JUPITER, Fla. — Bartolo Colon might only be the fourth best starter in the Mets rotation, but come April 6 he will be the ace. Manager Terry Collins made his...

Colon gets opener, deGrom home opener

JUPITER, Fla. – In a rotation full of young stars, it’s 41-year-old Bartolo Colon who will open the season for the Mets against the Nationals and Max Scherzer on April 6. Colon has been named the Mets opening day starter …
MetsBlog Mar 23, 2015

Colon, deGrom and Harvey will start season against Nationals

Bartolo Colon, Jacob deGrom and Matt Harvey will pitch the team’s first series of the season against the Nationals in DC, Terry Collins told reporters Monday. Colon will be making his seventh career Opening Day start and will become the …
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 23, 2015

Mets name 41-year-old Bartolo Colon their Opening Day starter

It's Colon's seventh Opening Day start in his career.

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