News: Bullpen could use work, but righthanded bat would be a bigger relief for NY Mets- Andy Martino- New York Daily News Mets claim Chris Schwinden off waivers, option him to AAA- MetsBlog.com Bay, Baxter heading to PSL, Francisco progressing- MetsBlog.com Dickey to be guest with Letterman- Mike Mazzeo- ESPN New York Despite what Amaro says, Phillies telling teams they could sell… Read more →
Here is your Mets news: According to the Daily News, the Mets are “actively” searching for relief help and have also inquired about Rockies righty Houston Street. Street is in the last year three-year, $22.5 million contract. The Mets have signed Dominican shortstop prospect Ahmed Rosario, according to ESPN Deportes. Rosario is ranked the 11th best international free agent by Baseball… Read more →
During today’s 8-4 loss to the Phillies, Justin Turner suffered a right ankle sprain while in a rundown. According to WFUV’s Amit Badlani, Turner is expected to miss approximately 2-3 weeks. Triple-A infielder Omar Quintanilla has been called up to replace Turner on the roster. Quintanilla, 30, is hitting .281 with six home runs and 27 RBI on the season in… Read more →
The Mets today sent down starting pitcher Chris Schwinden to Triple-A Buffalo. In his place, they called up outfielder Vinny Rottino. Schwinden, 25, has struggled so far this season in his two starts, going 0-1 with an 11.25 ERA. In his first start, Schwinden was roughed up by the Rockies, allowing five earned runs over four plus innings. In his second… Read more →
Tonight, the Mets begin their three-game series in Houston against the Astros.
Tonight, the Mets head out to Colorado to begin a three-game, weekend set with the Rockies…
Johan Santana has been throwing down in Port St. Lucie, according to the Mets Twitter feed. He has apparently been making strides and there’s a chance he could be the Opening Day starter. However, we all know what can happen in spring training. Last year, Adam Wainwright got hurt in the first days of camp. And of course most Met… Read more →