10:11 PM EST, Mon March 02, 2015

Harvey’s curve improves

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – As Matt Harvey readied to put away David Wright and Curtis Granderson in their first at-bats during Monday’s live batting practice, he settled on his curveball. He loved throwing it in college, but he abandoned …
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 1, 2015
As Mets figure out where Michael Cuddyer and Curtis Granderson will play, Cuddyer says hearing loss not an issue

As Mets figure out where Michael Cuddyer and Curtis Granderson will play, Cuddyer says hearing loss not an issue

Manager Terry Collins described Curtis Granderson's play in right field as "outstanding" in 2014. And for Cuddyer playing left field would not be a big deal.

Cuddyer: Hearing issue no impediment to LF

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Michael Cuddyer indicated Sunday that a complete lack of hearing in his left ear will not hinder him while playing left field. Even though Cuddyer's major league outfield experience is almost exclusively limited to right field, Terry Collins prefers the newcomer manning left field this season. That would allow Curtis Granderson to remain the full-time right fielder, where he played in his first season as a Met, and where he apparently is more comfortable, too.
MetsBlog Mar 1, 2015

Cuddyer is deaf in one ear, but won’t stop him from playing LF

Michael Cuddyer is deaf in his left ear due to an illness as a child. On Sunday, Terry Collins said he’s leaning toward playing Cuddyer in left field with Curtis Granderson in right. This won’t be an issue for Cuddyer …
MetsBlog Mar 1, 2015

Terry Collins spoke to the media on Sunday and here’s what we learned…

1) Collins said he’s leaning toward using Michael Cuddyer in left field and Curtis Granderson in right field. 2) The manager reiterated that David Wright, Daniel Murphy, Cuddyer and Granderson will sit out the first two games of …
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 28, 2015
Mets new hitting coach going back to 'Yankees blueprint' with Curtis Granderson

Mets new hitting coach going back to 'Yankees blueprint' with Curtis Granderson

The Mets have also considered starting the season with Granderson has their leadoff hitter.

Kevin Long dissects Mets hitters

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- New hitting coach Kevin Long, who was hired by the Mets after getting dismissed by the Yankees, offered in-depth insights on several of his new pupils Saturday: • Long said Curtis Granderson can be a capable leadoff hitter. "When I've seen Curtis, and I've seen him at a very high level, he's able to get on base," Long said. "He's able to drive the ball. Certainly the top of the order, those guys are going to get more at-bats throughout the year.
Mets 360 Feb 28, 2015

Mets360 2015 projections: Bobby Parnell

Sometimes it seems like fate doesn’t want some people to succeed. Nick Johnson could have been great but each year some random injury would come up and sideline him. Rick Ankiel looked like he was going to be an All-Star…Read more →Related Posts:Mets360 2015 projections: Jenrry MejiaMets360 2014 projections: Bobby ParnellMets360 2013 projections: Bobby ParnellMets360 2015 projections: Jon NieseMets360 2015 projections: Curtis Granderson
MetsBlog Feb 27, 2015

Wright, Murphy, Cuddyer and Granderson will not play first few games

David Wright, Daniel Murphy, Michael Cuddyer and Curtis Granderson will not play in the first few exhibition games in an effort to ease them into game action (Puma, Feb. 27). Dillon Gee will start the team’s first Grapefruit …
New York Post Feb 27, 2015

Matt Harvey hits 94 mph in ‘compete mode’ bullpen session

PORT ST. LUCIE — Matt Harvey breezed through the heart of the Mets’ batting order on Friday. The fact that David Wright, Michael Cuddyer, Curtis Granderson and Daniel Murphy weren’t...
MetsBlog Feb 26, 2015

Photos from PSL: Deep thoughts with Curtis Granderson

Matthew Cerrone, MetsBlog.com I’ve noticed Curtis Granderson doing a lot of this: going up to guys one on one and having little small talk before, during and after batting practice. He seems to make an effort of it, using small …
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 25, 2015

In second year with Mets, Curtis Granderson is willing to make adjustments

In his first season, Granderson ended up hitting .227 with 20 home runs and a .714 OPS.
Newsday Feb 24, 2015

Curtis Granderson thinks Mets can take over New York

New York is a Mets town. At least, that's where Curtis Granderson believes it could be headed.
New York Post Feb 24, 2015

Granderson, Mets hope they’ve found cure for bipolar bat

PORT ST. LUCIE — The unflappable Curtis Granderson sat in the Mets’ dugout Tuesday morning at Tradition Field, received a television reporter’s question — “Are the Mets ready to take over...

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