• Cohen takes a look ahead to upcoming season
  • SNY's broadcast team of Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling -- Gary, Keith and Ron, or simply GKR to Mets fans -- is entering its 10th season calling games on SNY. MLB.com recently caught up with Cohen to talk about this year.

  • Mets taking cautious approach with Black comeback
  • Though Vic Black enjoyed a successful return to the mound on Saturday, throwing a 22-pitch bullpen session late in the morning, his status for Opening Day remains tenuous.

  • Mets reassign Rice, Castellanos, Bradford to Minors camp
  • The Mets reassigned left-handed reliever Scott Rice, outfielder Alex Castellanos and right-handed pitcher Chasen Bradford to Minor League camp on Saturday.

  • Sources: Mets, Duda discussing long-term contract extension
  • The Mets and Lucas Duda are discussing a long-term contract extension, according to two sources familiar with the negotiations, which would keep the first baseman in Flushing well into his 30s. The Mets have not publicly acknowledged the negotiations, and GM Sandy Alderson declined comment on Saturday afternoon.

  • deGrom gets better of Strasburg, with help from long ball
  • Jacob deGrom kept thriving, David Wright and Curtis Granderson kept mashing and everything continued going swimmingly for the Mets on Saturday in a 10-2 win over the Nationals.

  • Mets hope Familia, and his pitches, keep rising
  • The key to Jeurys Familia's success has always been his ability to throw sinkers low in the strike zone, thereby generating ground balls. But the Mets want more out of Familia, who has taken on additional importance with a series of injuries having struck the club's bullpen.

  • Harvey celebrates b-day with breezy outing
  • Matt Harvey didn't let his 26th birthday celebration linger on Friday. The Mets' ace waited out a brief rain delay before setting a new high of 80 pitches in his 4 1/3-inning, one-run outing against the Cardinals.

  • Mets fear Murphy could miss Opening Day
  • Daniel Murphy's sluggish progression back from a strained right hamstring has the Mets questioning his readiness for Opening Day, increasing the odds that either Matt Reynolds or Danny Muno will make the team.

  • Mets' bats spring to action late behind Harvey
  • Starters Matt Harvey and John Lackey each looked sharp in their penultimate starts of Grapefruit League play on Friday, though it was the Cardinals who came away with a 5-4 split-squad victory.

  • Flores shakes off sore left foot against Nats
  • Wilmer Flores' return from a bruised left foot proved relatively uneventful in the Mets' 8-3 win over the Nationals on Thursday, But it just fine for Flores after missing three games with an injury that could have been much worse.

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