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Mets Morning News for February 14, 2019

Mets Morning News for February 14, 2019

Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Edwin Diaz was a little surprised he was traded by Seattle but he is happy to be with his new team. His new manager and teammates are also excited the electric closer is with the Mets. Mickey Callaway is hoping to learn from last year’s mistakes and wants to improve communication with the players. The second-year manager downplayed any pressure he feels, but with Jim Riggleman serving as the bench coach Callaway could be on the hot seat sooner rather than later. Despite struggling for most of the...

New Mets closer Edwin Diaz has a simple message after offseason trade: 'Same game, different place'

PORT ST. LUCIE – Edwin Diaz had to do a double-take when he saw the news in early December. The last thing he anticipated was being banished from Seattle — his first baseball home. The new Mets closer received a wake-up call to the brutal realities of baseball when Diaz and teammate Robinson Cano...
New York Post Feb 16, 2019

‘Big set of cojones’: Edwin Diaz bringing fearless mindset to Mets

PORT ST. LUCIE — Edwin Diaz has a big set of cojones, The Post has confirmed. Back in December, when the Mets acquired the All-Star closer as part of a blockbuster trade with the Mariners, I tracked down Noel Sevilla, the scout for Seattle who signed Diaz as an amateur. Sevilla proclaimed of his great...

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