• Giving back to community brings joy to Rivera
  • Since completing his journey from undrafted free agent to big leaguer in 2016, T.J. Rivera has become one of the Mets players most committed to community service.

  • Mets pad OF depth with Borenstein signing
  • The Mets added a bit of outfield depth to their organization on Wednesday, signing Zach Borenstein to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league Spring Training.

  • Four top prospects added to Mets' roster
  • The Mets added four prospects to their 40-man roster Monday in order to protect them from the Rule 5 Draft, including one of the relievers they acquired during their midsummer flurry of trades.

  • New Prolight 59Fifty Spring Training caps are in
  • New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.

  • Hello spring: Schedules are out
  • The Mets open Spring Training with a Feb. 23 home game against the Braves in Port St. Lucie, Fla., kicking off a five-week slate featuring many games against their closest Florida rivals: the Astros, Nationals, Cardinals and Marlins. The Mets' final spring game is at home against the Marlins on March 25.

  • Mets sign left-hander Purke to Minors deal
  • The Mets signed left-hander Matt Purke to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Major League Spring Training on Friday.

  • Flores leads yearly MetsGiving turkey giveaway
  • Thirteen-year-old Joshua Flores walked down his street in the Corona neighborhood of Queens, N.Y., on Thursday and found an unfamiliar sight in front of his house. Standing on Flores' doorstep was Mets infielder Wilmer Flores waiting to greet him.

  • Rivera aims to defy timeline in elbow rehab
  • For years, infielder T.J. Rivera worked his way up the Mets' Minor League ladder in relative anonymity, an undrafted free agent who hit well above .300 at nearly every stop on the farm. In 2016, Rivera finally received his big league chance, batting .333 in 33 games. He followed that up with a .290 average in 73 games this season, as recently as July putting himself in contention for a significant '18 role with the Mets.

  • Wright eyes another healthy run with Mets
  • There is no quit in David Wright. The Mets' captain and third baseman has gone through right shoulder surgery, neck surgery and surgery to correct spinal stenosis in his back five weeks ago.

  • Alderson: No downside to looking at Ohtani
  • For years, the Mets have shied away from international bidding wars, wary of spending too much of their restrictive budget on unknown quantities. But Shohei Ohtani presents a different situation. The Mets are at least intrigued by the possibility of acquiring the Japanese superstar this winter, despite acknowledging the unlikelihood that they actually will be able to.

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