Mets OF Tim Tebow Will Begin 2017 Season at Low-A Ball

New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow will start out the 2017 season with the Columbia Fireflies, per an official statement from the team on Monday. Columbia is the Mets low-ball affiliate, which is one notch above the rookie level, and four more levels to go before reaching the Major League level. “Tim Tebow will bringContinue reading “Mets OF Tim Tebow Will Begin 2017 Season at Low-A Ball”

David Wright Won’t Throw For 2 Weeks Following Shoulder Injury

New York Mets third baseman David Wright just can’t seem to shake the injury bug. The 34-year-old Wright is now dealing with a right shoulder injury that was diagnosed as an impingement. Wright has been shut down from throwing, and won’t throw another baseball for at least two weeks. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson toldContinue reading “David Wright Won’t Throw For 2 Weeks Following Shoulder Injury”

Mets Place LHP Steven Matz (Shoulder) on 15-Day Disabled List

New York Mets left-handed starting pitcher Steven Matz is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a mild strain in his left shoulder that also includes inflammation in the rotator cuff. Rob Gsellman, who was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas, will take Matz’s spot on the 25-man active Major League roster. We’ve placed Steven Matz onContinue reading “Mets Place LHP Steven Matz (Shoulder) on 15-Day Disabled List”

Mets Recall OF Michael Conforto From Triple-A Las Vegas

After 16 games at Triple-A Las Vegas, outfielder Michael Conforto is returning to the New York Mets, just in time for New York’s upcoming series against the National League Central leading Chicago Cubs. Michael Conforto has been recalled from Las Vegas (AAA) and Brandon Nimmo was optioned to Las Vegas. — New York Mets (@Mets)Continue reading “Mets Recall OF Michael Conforto From Triple-A Las Vegas”

Jose Reyes Returns to Mets on Minor League Contract

After becoming a free agent earlier today, 33-year-old shortstop Jose Reyes chose to sign a minor league deal with the New York Mets – the team he spent the first nine years of his Major League career with. The Mets are sending Reyes to High-A Brooklyn to begin his road back to the show. ReyesContinue reading “Jose Reyes Returns to Mets on Minor League Contract”

WATCH: Yoenis Cespedes Launches Pinch Hit 3-Run HR In 7th Inning vs. Reds

New York Mets star Yoenis Cespedes didn’t start for the Mets tonight versus the Cincinnati Reds as the team started Michael Conforto in left, Juan Lagares in center, and Curtis Granderson in right, Cespedes, who entered the night without appearing in a game since April 22nd due to a leg injury, was called on byContinue reading “WATCH: Yoenis Cespedes Launches Pinch Hit 3-Run HR In 7th Inning vs. Reds”

Matt Harvey Open to Long-Term Extension With Mets

Just four days ago, Mets star Jacob deGrom had this to say about a possible contract extension with the Mets: “I’m a little bit older so I might be more willing to do something like that,’’ deGrom toldThe New York Post at Mets pre-camp. “You just have to look at what is fair so bothContinue reading “Matt Harvey Open to Long-Term Extension With Mets”

Jenrry Mejia Permanently Suspended by MLB for 3rd Positive PED Test

Jenrry Mejia was a solid closer for the New York Mets in 2014, saving 28 games and striking out 98 batters over 93.2 innings of work. He was looking very promising for the Mets, but then he messed things up for himself. Mejia went on the disabled list right after he injured his elbow onContinue reading “Jenrry Mejia Permanently Suspended by MLB for 3rd Positive PED Test”

Jacob deGrom Open to Extension With Mets

The New York Mets have such good pitching that it would be unfair to label this guy as the ace because it would be disrespectful to Matt Harvey, Noah Syndergaard and others, but Jacob deGrom is probably going to start Opening Day for the Mets. deGrom is under the Mets control until 2020, so theyContinue reading “Jacob deGrom Open to Extension With Mets”

Mets Re-Sign Yoenis Cespedes to Three-Year Deal

When we started the off-season, the notion that was given by the Mets was that Yoenis Cespedes was a goner, and they weren’t going to be able to compete with the offers that other teams would throw out there. What a difference a few months makes. Per multiple reports, the Mets and Cespedes have officiallyContinue reading “Mets Re-Sign Yoenis Cespedes to Three-Year Deal”

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