• Mets reveal all the new delights at Citi Field
  • The tarp refused to leave the infield. Crews pumped 5,000 BTUs of heat underneath it on Thursday, as Bill Deacon and his grounds crew have been doing around the clock. It was the last clutches of a hard winter's end, an unusual effort that Deacon said was "to keep the frost layer out of the infield dirt" and make sure the Mets have a worthy, not mushy, playing surface for their March 31 exhibition against Army and their April 3 Opening Day date with Atlanta.

  • Gsellman sharp, but Mets drop duel to Nats
  • A pair of top pitching prospects turned in impressive performances during a 1-0 Nationals victory over the Mets on a rain-soaked afternoon at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches on Thursday.

  • Cabrera ejected following timeout tiff
  • Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was ejected in the fourth inning of Thursday's game with the Nationals.

  • Gsellman bolsters rotation case with strong start
  • Robert Gsellman furthered his case to be the Mets' No. 5 starter, with another quality outing on Thursday against the Nationals at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.

  • HOFer Raines holds court before Mets-Nats
  • Hall of Famer Tim Raines watched Mets players compete for the Puerto Rican team in Wednesday's World Baseball Classic finals, but his allegiance remained with the United States team.

  • Green's candor, passion leave lasting impact
  • Nobody in the game rode taller in the saddle than Dallas Green. Not 6-foot-7 Frank Howard nor 6-foot-11 Jon Rauch. Dallas Green was baseball's John Wayne, so upright and rigid and with such a commanding voice.

  • PR's Lugo not sharp in final against US
  • Puerto Rico starter Seth Lugo struggled to keep the U.S. bats in check, however, going four-plus innings, giving up four runs on five hits, while walking four and striking out seven.

  • Baseball renaissance man Green dies at 82
  • Dallas Green, manager of the 1980 World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies and a baseball renaissance man who held nearly every possible title during his five-plus decades in the game, died Wednesday. He was 82.

  • Grandy homers twice, Bruce adds another vs. Marlins
  • Curtis Granderson hit a pair of homers and drove in five runs, but Tyler Moore also knocked two long balls, including the go-ahead shot in the eighth inning, in the Marlins' 15-9 win over the Mets on Wednesday at First Data Field.

  • Granderson hit a HR literally out of the park
  • Someone is ready for Opening Day.

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