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  • 2009 Mets rotation

     
    As of today, with everyone healthy, this is the Mets' rotation to start the season: 1. Johan Santana 2. Mike Pelfrey 3. Oliver Perez 4. John Maine 5. Tim Redding Pitching coach Dan Warthen explained that Pelfrey's better numbers against......
  • Let's talk baseball

     
    The front page of the Newsday sports section (see right) had an interesting suggestion this morning for fans of the game. Forget steroids? Easier said than done, and this PED stuff is not going away any time soon. Still, it......
  • Redding alert?

     
    It might be time to adjust the odds on the race for the fifth starter's job. Tim Redding, the early favorite, has yet to throw off a mound as he progresses slowly from offseason foot surgery. The foot is actually......
  • Redding or Martin?

     
    We're not talking about spots on the Opening Day roster here. The question this morning is who actually deserves credit for shooting the wild hog that will be served for lunch tomorrow here at the facility. Tim Redding and Tom......
  • Update: Santana scratched from Friday start

     
    Updated 11:14 a.m. The Mets have decided to scratch Johan Santana from his Friday morning start against Team Italy. Manager Jerry Manuel said that Santana is experiencing tenderness in his left elbow and they chose to hold him back as......
  • Santana, Reyes, Pedro and A-Rod

     
    With the Mets off today, it really was the perfect opportunity for Johan Santana to fly back to New York for some MRI photos of his elbow and a quickie visit with team physician David Altchek. Why not? Better to......
  • Garcia fading from the No. 5 spot?

     
    Freddy Garcia didn't do much to improve his candidacy for the fifth starter's job this afternoon. He allowed a pair of home runs and needed 44 pitches to make it through two innings. Oh, and Chris Duncan's first-inning blast was......
  • Pedro throws 91 mph!

     
    While I was shuttling between Port St. Lucie and Viera, listening to the Mets trying to get their story straight yesterday on Johan Santana, my intrepid colleague Arthur Staple was checking on Pedro Martinez, who made good on Monday's promise......
  • "Blood in the water"

     
    That was the reference Tim Redding made to the reporters circling his locker after MIchigan swatted him around in the Mets' 18-7 victory today at Tradition Field. In that case, it was his blood, and Redding was like a baby......
  • Niese alive for No. 5?

     
    Jon Niese allowed two runs today in two innings, but the most memorable part of the afternoon was his strikeout of Albert Pujols. Niese caught Pujols looking at a great backdoor curve ball - no easy feat for a lefthanded......
  • Pleading the fifth?

     
    There's still more than a month remaining before a Mets' fifth starter has to take the mound -- that slot remains April 11 in Miami -- so it's not like there isn't time for the handful of candidates to get......