7:21 PM EST, Fri December 02, 2016
Newark Star-Ledger 4 hours ago
Mets' Jacob deGrom expects to resume throwing soon

Mets' Jacob deGrom expects to resume throwing soon

DeGrom weighed in on his recovery from ulnar nerve surgery as well as extension talks with the Mets on Friday at Citi Field.
SportsNet New York 14 hours ago
Steven Matz has been cleared for normal offseason

Steven Matz has been cleared for normal offseason

Mets LHP Steven Matz has been cleared by the Mets and team doctors to proceed with his normal offseason routine, he told WOR radio Thursday.
5 hours ago
Video: Steven Matz talks injuries and his New York Mets future

Watch: Steven Matz talks injuries and his New York Mets future

New York Mets pitcher Steven Matz joins Steve Gelbs on SNY's Mets Hot Stove to examine his injury history, and to talk about moving forward with his career.
The Republican 5 hours ago
Boston Red Sox 2017 spring training tickets at JetBlue Park go on sale Saturday, Dec. 3

Boston Red Sox 2017 spring training tickets at JetBlue Park go on sale Saturday, Dec. 3

The Red Sox play an exhibition against Northeastern University at 1:05 p.m. Feb. 23. They then play their first official Grapefruit League game Feb. 24 vs. the Mets.

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Amazin Avenue 1 hour ago
Asdrubal Cabrera will represent Venezuela in the 2017 World Baseball Classic

Asdrubal Cabrera will represent Venezuela in the 2017 World Baseball Classic

Asdrubal Cabrera will represent his native country in the 2017 WBC. The New York Mets will officially be represented in the 2017 World Baseball Classic when starting shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera suits up for Venezuela when the tournament begins this coming March. Cabrera will undoubtedly be relied upon as a key cog in the 2017 Mets lineup after an excellent 2016 campaign. The switch hitter hit .280/.336/.474 last season and tied the highest wRC+ (119) of his career, as well as his second highest fWAR (3.0). He hit 23 home runs as well, just two off his career mark. It was easily one of the...
SportsNet New York 6 hours ago

Asdrubal Cabrera to play for Venezuela in the WBC

Mets INF Asdrubal Cabrera will play for Venezuela during the World Baseball Classic, reports Anthony DiComo of MLB.com.
Amazin Avenue 8 hours ago
Kevin Plawecki couldn’t stay in the majors in 2016

Kevin Plawecki couldn’t stay in the majors in 2016

The young catcher struggled in his second year. After getting his first taste of the big leagues for most of the season with the Mets in 2015, Kevin Plawecki entered 2016 looking to improve upon his disappointing rookie season. Unfortunately, more disappointment followed. Plawecki started the year in a bench role behind Travis d’Arnaud, spelling him throughout April until d’Arnaud was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right rotator cuff strain. The job became Plawecki’s, and again he was given an opportunity to show the Mets what he could do in a full-time role. From April 26...
Newark Star-Ledger 13 hours ago

MLB hot stove: Will CBA cost Yankees 'Japan's Babe Ruth'? Phillies want Mets' Jay Bruce?

Will MLB's new CBA prevent Shohei Otani from leaving Japan soon? Are the Phillies after Mets' Jay Bruce?
SportsNet New York 20 hours ago

Mets Hot Stove: Steven Matz on injury history

Steven Matz joins Steve Gelbs on Mets Hot Stove to examine his injury history and moving forward with his career.
Amazin Avenue 20 hours ago
Mets announce 2017 spring training report dates

Mets announce 2017 spring training report dates

Pitchers and catchers return to Port St. Lucie on February 12th, position players on February 17th. The Mets have announced player report dates for spring training in 2017. Pitchers and catchers will report on February 12, while position players will report for duty on February 17. The dates are a bit earlier than usual because of the World Baseball Classic, which is being held in various locations from March 9-22. That allows players more time training and conditioning in camp before departing to compete in the tournament. While team rosters have not been released for the Classic, Noah...
Newark Star-Ledger Dec 1, 2016
See Mets' spring training 2017 report dates here

See Mets' spring training 2017 report dates here

When will the Mets get back on the field? Find out here
SportsNet New York Dec 1, 2016

For the first time in years, the Mets don't need infielders

The Mets are sitting on a solid batch of infielders in the majors and minors...
Amazin Avenue Dec 1, 2016
Top 25 Mets Prospects for 2017: 15-11

Top 25 Mets Prospects for 2017: 15-11

We continue our countdown of the Mets’ top prospects heading into the 2017 season. 15. Marcos Molina, RHP Height: 6'3", Weight: 188 lbs.DOB: 3/8/95 (21)Acquired: IFA, 2012 (Dominican Republic)Bats/Throws: R/R2016: DNP Marcos Molina spent the entirety of the 2016 season recovering from Tommy John surgery, a procedure that he underwent when the 2015 season ended, after non-surgical rehab efforts to heal his ailing elbow failed. Molina returned to the mound during the 2016 Arizona Fall League season, unveiling a slightly modified delivery that had him increase his stride length slightly,...
SportsNet New York Dec 1, 2016

Mets pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training on Feb. 12

Mets pitchers and catchers will report to Spring Training in Port St. Lucie, FL on Feb. 12, the team announced Thursday.
Amazin Avenue Dec 1, 2016
Rating Mets hitters by exit velocity and batted ball angles: end of season edition

Rating Mets hitters by exit velocity and batted ball angles: end of season edition

Using MLB's Statcast tracking system is a good way to get some more peripheral statistics on Mets hitters. Batted ball exit velocities and angles are not everything, but as we examined back in May, there is value in looking at them. For a thorough recap of why, click on the link above. We also broke down categories of good contact using exit velocity and angle in an effort to create a Statcast derived good contact peripheral statistic. Here is a recap of those categories, with some tweaks: Exit velocities of 95+ mph hit between a 0 and 10-degree launch angle (hard ground balls/low line...
Amazin Avenue Dec 1, 2016
Mets Morning News: Yoenis Cespedes is officially a Met, new collective bargaining agreement reached

Mets Morning News: Yoenis Cespedes is officially a Met, new collective bargaining agreement reached

Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Yoenis Cespedes signed his contract and officially became a Met for four more years. A no-trade clause had to be part of the contract in order for Cespedes to agree to it. Cespedes is very happy to be back with the ball club, and his manager is also pleased to have him back with the team. The Cespedes signing was a big step forward for a sometimes frugal organization, but they can not stop there. Payroll is currently estimated to be $145.5 million. In order to clear room on the roster for Cespedes, the...

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