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The Mets begin a three-game set with the Brewers on Tuesday at Citi Field. The Brewers lead the AL Central by five games over the Cardinals and have the second-best record in the National League. The Mets enter play five and a half games back of Atlanta and Washington, which are tied for the NL East lead.
Here’s what to watch for in this series:
OPPOSING PITCHER SCOUTING REPORT
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Just a few notes from another windy day here at Citi Field.
1. Welcome Bobby Ball
It’s Throwback Thursday on Twitter, and apparently, the same goes at Citi Field. Bobby Abreu, 40, will start his first big league game since July 25, 2012. Despite a swirling wind similar to Wednesday night, manager Terry Collins is going with Abreu.
“He’s 40 years old,” Collins said. “He probably...Read more »
Why wait until Opening Day to finally here the Yankees and Mets new additions announced as part of the team's lineup?
MLB Network has you covered.
The network taped a series of promo spots featuring Yankees PA announcer Paul Olden and Mets PA announcer Alex Anthony.
Olden announces new additions Masahiro Tanaka, Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. Anthony announced...Read more »
The Mets have reportedly moved on from the salmon course.
Multiple reports have the Mets' talks with Yankees free agent outfielder Curtis Granderson heating up. The Mets are said to be offering a three-year deal, while Granderson is pushing for four or five years.
The news comes a day after Granderson acknowledged a Sunday meeting with Mets GM Sandy Alderson.
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