3/10/2014 | Gee's spring showing making Collins greedy
Dillon Gee has "stuff," potential, a high ceiling and a knack for flummoxing hitters, and his performances this spring have Terry Collins and the coaching staff excited.
3/10/2014 | Mets get their first look at Colon in action
The Marlins scored three times in the fourth inning against veteran Bartolo Colon and defeated the Mets, 11-1, on Monday.
3/10/2014 | Mets make first set of roster cuts
The Mets made their first roster cuts on Monday; the next set won't be made until after the team returns from its excursion to Las Vegas this weekend.
3/10/2014 | Decreased velocity behind Edgin's cut
Josh Edgin, who made 34 appearances with the Mets each of the past two seasons, was upset at being cut from the roster, but the Mets aren't comfortable with his diminished velocity: 95 mph two years ago to 92 mph this spring.
3/10/2014 | Collins in awe of Stanton's power
According to Terry Collins, Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton -- who hit a mammoth homer against the Mets on Monday -- has more power than any player he's seen.
3/9/2014 | Lagares, E. Young competing for time in outfield
The competition between Juan Lagares and Eric Young for regular time in the outfield continues. Terry Collins said Sunday his decision -- Lagares playing center and batting low in the order, or Young leading off and playing left -- probably won't be made until 10 games remain on the spring schedule.
3/9/2014 | Parnell's return to mound a welcome sight for Mets
Mets manager Terry Collins said he experienced a "warm feeling" when Bobby Parnell made his first appearance in an official game since undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck on Sept. 10.
3/9/2014 | First-base competition slowed by injuries to Ike, Duda
Ike Davis walked with a discernible limp on Sunday, and he has a badly bruised calf. At the same time, the word in the Mets' clubhouse is that Lucas Duda's left hamstring is not improving.
3/9/2014 | Wheeler turns in scoreless start in Mets' win
Zack Wheeler pitched three scoreless innings in his second start of the spring on Sunday, and the Mets defeated the Braves, 8-2, at Tradition Field.
3/8/2014 | Syndergaard tests mettle vs. stars he watched
As a youngster, Noah Syndergaard loved to watch Major League stars Torii Hunter and Ian Kinsler on TV. He saw both in person on Saturday, standing at home plate, ready to bat against him.
3/8/2014 | Flores starts at hot corner against Detroit
Versatile Wilmer Flores started at third base on Saturday, as the Mets continue to try to find possible places for the 6-foot-3, 203-pound infielder in their lineup.
3/8/2014 | deGrom continues stellar spring work
Right-hander Jacob deGrom, another of the Mets' top pitching prospects, is still unscored upon this spring, after holding the Tigers to one hit and a walk in two innings of relief during Saturday's 3-2 win.
3/7/2014 | Viola preaching 'change' of tune at Mets camp
Twenty-seven years since his sweet music brought a World Series championship to the Twin Cities and 26 since he was a near-unanimous choice for the AL Cy Young Award, Frank Viola and his pull-the-string expertise are at Mets camp in Florida.
3/7/2014 | Recker, Brown homer on tough day for hurlers, D
The Mets got late home runs from Anthony Recker and Andrew Brown, while Daisuke Matsuzaka and John Lannan didn't help themselves in their bids for a rotation job on Friday in a 5-5 tie with the Cardinals.
3/6/2014 | Mets easing Wright back into game action
The Mets are hoping less is more now that they are in their fourth week of spring camp, particularly for David Wright, who has dealt with injuries in past springs.
3/6/2014 | Piazza enjoying role as Mets' spring instructor
Mike Piazza seems quite comfortable and at ease in his role of Spring Training instructor.
3/6/2014 | 'B' game carries significance for key Mets players
A handful of integral Mets' players took to the diamond in a "B" game at Tradition Field on Thursday, and while the circumstances of the game were a bit odd, the results were positive.
3/6/2014 | Rain forces cancellation of Mets-Astros game
Heavy rains in central Florida forced the cancellation of Thursday's scheduled Grapefruit League game between the Astros and Mets at Osceola County Stadium. The game will not be made up.
3/5/2014 | Love of game, family fuels Seratelli's quest
Anthony Seratelli needed baseball as an escape after his father's death, and as he revels in the chance to play for his hometown team, he dedicates his career to the man who imparted his affection for the sport.
3/5/2014 | Gee allows just one run to rival Marlins
Dillon Gee had a solid start, but Jose Fernandez held the Mets to two hits with two strikeouts over 3 1/3 shutout innings in a 5-2 New York loss.
3/5/2014 | Mejia fans three in start against Nationals
Jenrry Mejia threw two innings, striking out three and allowing an unearned run, but a split squad of Mets fell, 11-5, to the Nationals on Wednesday.
3/5/2014 | Ankiel reportedly retires, seeks front office job
Pitcher-turned-outfielder Rick Ankiel has officially retired, according to an announcement made on Wednesday's Cardinals Spring Training broadcast.
3/5/2014 | Gee not reading too much into spring starts
Though he struggled early in 2013, Dillon Gee went on to have the finest campaign of his career. Because of that, he is not reading too much into the modest improvements he has displayed this spring.
3/5/2014 | Niese to continue recovery with Minor League outing
Jon Niese will continue his road to recovery on Thursday morning with two innings in a Minor League game at the Mets' Spring Training complex. It will be his first game action since an MRI last week revealed no structural damage in his sore left shoulder.
3/4/2014 | Calmer spring with Mets appeals to Wheeler
Zack Wheeler, of all people, understands what Noah Syndergaard is going through this spring as a top prospect in big league camp. Like Matt Harvey before him, Wheeler was once in the same situation as Syndergaard, with fans and media dissecting his every move.
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