6:14 PM EST, Sat February 25, 2017

Yoenis Cespedes is happy to be settled with the New York Mets

Yoenis Cespedes thinks that the New York Mets have a good chance to compete for a championship if they stay healthy, and he's excited that he signed a long term deal with the team.

New York Post

Mets’ behind-the-scenes support system for Yoenis Cespedes

PORT ST. LUCIE — Though no Mets historian ever will confuse September 2016 for October 1986 or even August 2015, the month will be recalled quite fondly, right? Manager Terry Collins’ injury-riddled group capitalized on a favorable schedule and rode a 17-10 record (including two October regular-season games) into a second consecutive playoff appearance, albeit...

New York Post

Yoenis Cespedes finally gets to see younger brother in action

VERO BEACH, Fla. — Yoenis Cespedes has a gaggle of Mets teammates to cheer on (and hope they avoid injury), if he so chooses, in the upcoming World Baseball Classic. Yet little doubt exists as to which player intrigues the Mets’ left fielder the most. Yoelkis Cespedes, Yoenis’ 19-year-old half brother, will make his tournament...

Boston Herald

Oh, doctor! Mets hope to start season with healthy spring

NEW YORK — A healthy start. Thats the main thing the New York Mets are hoping for this spring.With four-fifths of the projected rotation coming off surgery, the Mets return mostly the same roster from the 2016 team that overcame a rash of critical injuries to claim an NL wild card. So with slugger Yoenis Cespedes re-signed for $110 million to anchor the lineup again, they simply figure better luck — and less time on the disabled list — should put them back in pennant contention.Hard-throwing ace Noah Syndergaard is the only established starting pitcher on the club who made it through a...

SportsNet New York

Cespedes is playing less golf, working hard with Barwis in PSL

Mets OF Yoenis Cespedes told NY Post reporter Kevin Kernan that he was in a lot of pain last season while playing through the leg injury that eventually sent him to the disabled list.

Yoenis Cespedes arrives early for Mets spring training

New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is in Port St.Lucie for an early start to spring training, and talks about the comfort he has with the organization after signing a long-term deal.

Jose Reyes talks Yoenis Cespedes, David Wright, and 2017 Mets

SNY's Steve Gelbs goes 1-on-1 with Jose Reyes to talk about how happy he is to have returned to the New York Mets, and how he recruited Yoenis Cespedes to return to the team as well.