TAMPA, Fla. -- New York Mets manager Terry Collins has his outfield alignment set. Michael Cuddyer will be the regular left fielder, with Curtis Granderson remaining in right field and Gold Glove winner Juan Lagares in center. Collins said he actually settled on that alignment even entering spring training. It had been presumed after Cuddyer signed in November that he would man right field, with Granderson moving to the other corner. Cuddyer has started 854 career games in right field and three games in left field, but expressed indifference to his positional alignment.