6:10 PM EST, Thu February 23, 2017
Mets 360 18 hours ago

Podcast with ESPN Insider and ZiPS creator Dan Szymborski

ESPN Insider and ZiPS creator Dan Szymborski stopped by the podcast and talked about playing time, starting pitcher health, Familia’s possible suspension, Matt Wieters, Jay Bruce, Curtis Granderson and a whole lot more. Click here to listen to the podcast.
Mets 101 22 hours ago

Who Should Be the Mets’ Leadoff Hitter When Jose Reyes Doesn’t Play?

The New York Mets are considering Neil Walker, Asdrubal Cabrera, and Curtis Granderson for the leadoff spot on days that Jose Reyes does not play, MetsBlog.com reports. Reyes will be the team's primary leadoff hitter but isn't expected to play every day since he doesn't have a guaranteed position at the moment.
SportsNet New York Feb 22, 2017

Cabrera, Granderson, and Walker will be leadoff options

When Jose Reyes doesn't start, the main options for the Mets at leadoff will be Asdrubal Cabrera, Curtis Granderson, and Neil Walker, manager Terry Collins said recently.
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 19, 2017

NL East Notes: Alderson, Walker, Mets, Werth, Phillies

Here’s the latest from the NL East… The Mets aren’t engaged in trade talks about their outfielders, GM Sandy Alderson told reporters (including Newsday’s Marc Carig).  Curtis Granderson, Michael Conforto, Juan Lagares and Jay Bruce have all been mentioned in trade rumors this winter, with Bruce generating the least buzz though he seems to be…
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 17, 2017
What will the Mets do about the crowded outfield?

What will the Mets do about the crowded outfield?

Yoenis Cespedes will stay in left field Curtis Granderson and Juan Lagares in center, maybe with Jose Reyes and Brandon Nimmo in the mix too. Michael Conforto needs at-bats but Jay Bruce says he's prepared to play every day in right field. Is there room for everyone?
Amazin Avenue Feb 17, 2017
Mets Morning News: Can Granderson stick in center?

Mets Morning News: Can Granderson stick in center?

Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets After on offseason of trade rumors, Jay Bruce is ready for the season and refuses to become a distraction in the clubhouse. The Mets’ new third base coach and catching instructor Glenn Sherlock is working with Travis d’Arnaud to revert the receiver to his 2015 form. Amed Rosario’s father prohibited him from signing a professional contract until he’d graduated high school. Here’s an argument for making Jose Reyes the everyday starter at third base. Curtis Granderson joins Mets fans in wondering...
New York Post Feb 17, 2017
The ‘oldest Met’ braces for daily grind of center field

The ‘oldest Met’ braces for daily grind of center field

PORT ST. LUCIE — Curtis Granderson is among those curious whether his soon-to-be 36-year-old legs can handle the grind of center field on a regular basis for the Mets in 2017. Last year, Granderson handled the position admirably over the final two months of the regular season, after Jay Bruce arrived at the trade deadline...
Mets 101 Feb 16, 2017

WATCH: Mets Video Recap – Thursday Feb 16: Bruce, Granderson, and Reyes

MetsBlog's Matt Cerrone and Ted Berg of USA Today discuss the day's events at Mets Spring Training in Port St. Lucie, Florida, including action with outfielders Jay Bruce and Curtis Granderson, the arr
Mets 360 Feb 10, 2017

Mets360 2017 projections: Curtis Granderson

By now we’re all familiar with Curtis Granderson. We’ve heard the stories about how he’s a great teammate, we’ve seen him be extremely durable, we’ve witnessed terrible streakiness and last year’s dismal numbers with runners in scoring position. But now…Read more →
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 5, 2017
Projecting the Mets outfield: Who will be the odd man out?

Projecting the Mets outfield: Who will be the odd man out?

Yoenis Cespedes is back and Curtis Granderson will still cover ground in centerfield, but the Mets might have a few too many outfielders to start the season.
New York Post Feb 3, 2017
Juan Lagares trade could give Mets the wiggle room they need

Juan Lagares trade could give Mets the wiggle room they need

Mets center fielder Juan Lagares is drawing trade interest, according to The Post’s Mike Puma. Lagares, the Mets’ best outfield defender, is penciled in as a reserve who would start in center against some lefties, spelling Curtis Granderson. The former Gold Glove winner is set to make $4.5 million in his age-28 season, and is...
Amazin Avenue Feb 2, 2017
Mets trade rumors: Juan Lagares drawing interest

Mets trade rumors: Juan Lagares drawing interest

The former Gold Glove Award winner is drawing interest from other teams. Juan Lagares has drawn interest via trade, Mike Puma of the Post reports. Lagares signed a four-year, $23 million extension in April 2015, including a $9.5 million option for 2020. As Puma notes, a Lagares trade would presumably free up $4.5 million in payroll, which the Mets could apply to bullpen help. While Jay Bruce and Curtis Granderson have been discussed in trade rumors over the offseason, this is the first we’re hearing of Lagares’s availability. Lagares’s 2015 extension was a vote of confidence from...
Amazin Avenue Jan 25, 2017
Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #23: Curtis Granderson

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #23: Curtis Granderson

Current Met Curtis Granderson is next on the list. 23. Curtis Granderson Home runs as a Met: 76Home run rate: 1 per 26 plate appearances (3.85%) We talk and write about baseball players as if we’ve got them figured out, don’t we? We take what they give us, whether it’s their style of play, their post-game comments, or even their non-verbal behavior in the dugout, and we build stories about them and what they must be like. Sprinkle in old scouting reports citing “makeup” and some table scraps of gossip from insiders “with knowledge of the clubhouse” and mix in equal parts...

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