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Newark Star-Ledger

Mets pitcher Dillon Gee ignores rumors as he pitches against Atlanta Braves

Gee is currently in line to come out of the Mets bullpen if the team makes it out of spring with no injuries or trades.

Chronicle-Telegram

Indians: Gavin Floyd on the comeback trail again after suffering broken elbow last year

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Gavin Floyd was unlucky times two. The right-hander made it all the way back from dreaded Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and was pitching well last year for the Atlanta Braves when disaster struck again. In his ninth start, June 19 at Washington, Floyd’s promising comeback season ended when his Read More...The post Indians: Gavin Floyd on the comeback trail again after suffering broken elbow last year appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain...

CSN Washington

Ex-Nats prospect could start for Braves in CF

With Melvin Upton, Jr. out several months with a rare injury, a former Nationals' prospect could finally get an opportunity he never received in Washington.

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

5 spring-training questions for the Mets

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- New York Mets pitchers and catchers officially have reported to camp. And Grapefruit League games are just around the corner, with the opener against the Atlanta Braves looming on March 4 at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports. Here are five questions to look out for in camp: 1. How will Harvey perform? Matt Harvey had such a remarkable 2013 season before getting shut down with a torn UCL, it is unclear he could have duplicated that performance the following season even if the elbow issue that led to Tommy John surgery never arose.

MLB

5/31/13: Nats edge Braves, Strasburg exits early

Daily Recap: Denard Span ripped a pair of triples and the bullpen took care of the Braves after Stephen Strasburg exited with a back injury Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on Ja