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Carlos Delgado

Carlos Delgado
Puerto Rican baseball player Carlos Delgado, born June 25, 1972, is a two-time All Star who has been in the major leagues since 1993. He currently plays first base for the New York Mets. (Photo Getty Images)
Puerto Rican baseball player Carlos Delgado, born June 25, 1972, is a two-time All Star who has been in the major leagues since 1993. He currently plays first base for the New York Mets. (Photo Getty Images) « Show less

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  • Groundballs for everyone

     
    The Mets' infield is now assembled for the first time this spring - and Nick Evans is over with Carlos Delgado and Michel Abreu at first base. Evans looks pretty smooth, too. Although he's only had about a half-dozen so......
  • Beyond suspicion?

     
    With 103 names still buried on that 2003 survey PED testing list, there will continue to be speculation about players like Carlos Delgado, merely because he is a burly slugger approaching 500 home runs. It's not right -- but that's......
  • LF platoon over?

     
    So much for the Daniel Murphy-Fernando Tatis platoon in leftfield. Manager Jerry Manuel said this afternoon that Murphy is basically his everyday leftfielder and Tatis will be used in more of a utility role -- to spell David Wright and......
  • Intrasquad lineups - Tatis scratched

     
    Now things get more interesting -- actual games. Today is just an intrasquad matchup, but it has some fun lineups nonetheless. Check these out: UPDATE (9:30 AM) ... Fernando Tatis has been scratched because of a sore right hand and......
  • Mets headed for WBC

     
    Here's the official list of the Mets that will be scattered among the teams in the WBC: Australia Stefan Welch Canada Shawn Bowman Dominican Republic Jose Reyes Mexico Elmer Dessens Oliver Perez Panama Ruben Tejada Puerto Rico Pedro Feliciano Nelson......
  • The early, early lineups

     
    Jerry Manuel likes to get his lineups on the clubhouse wall early -- much different than Willie Randolph -- so here's the two squaring off in today's intrasquad. It's subject to change. Fernando Tatis was scratched yesterday because of a......
  • Reyes batting third? Beltran sixth? Perez second?

     
    Wow. Jerry is quickly earning his mad scientist reputation. How about this lineup? With Oliver Perez only scheduled for two innings, he'll soon be replaced. But it will be interesting to see Jose Reyes in the No. 3 spot. And......
  • Today's lineup vs. Cardinals

     
    Still no Fernando Tatis ... CARDINALS Skip Schumaker ......... 2B Colby Rasmus ............ RF Albert Pujols ............... 1B Rick Ankiel ................. CF Yadier Molina .............. C Chris Duncan .............. LF Khalil Greene .................
  • The Long Goodbye

     
    Say farewell to your favorites -- David Wright, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran, Carlos Delgado, Frankie Rodriguez, J.J. Putz. They're all going bye-bye after today's game against the Astros (1:10 p.m., PIX 11) to join their respective WBC teams around this......
  • Delgado returns, talks up the Mets

     
    Carlos Delgado and Carlos Beltran both returned this morning to Tradition Field, but it will be a few days before either one gets back into the lineup. Manager Jerry Manuel said that he could wait until Wednesday to get them......
  • Pluck of the Irish

     
    Not sure if it was intentional or not, but great sense of timing by colleague Anthony Rieber to go with the Daniel Murphy feature for St. Patrick's Day. Rieber details Murphy's little black book -- actually it's green -- that......