Category: Spring Training 2007
Anna Benson Sets Mets Straight

Anna Benson Sets Mets Straight

Sorry, I couldn't resist ... There's at least one legitimate reason for a Mets fan to pickup the latest copy of Penthouse magazine --- to read Anna Benson's opinion of the ...

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Milledge Making Things Difficult

Milledge Making Things Difficult

Lastings Milledge was supposed to come in to camp and work on honing some of his raw skills, both athletic and social. He was expected to begin showing better strike zone ...

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Down to the Wire

Down to the Wire

There are less than ten days left of spring training, and many issues have been addressed in Port St. Lucie over the last month. Still, though, there are burning questions yet to ...

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Pelfrey: Resist the Temptation

Pelfrey: Resist the Temptation

As spring training 1984 was about to break, manager Davey Johnson begged GM Frank Cashen to allow him to bring a young phenom hurler north. Cashen resisted, but eventually gave in ...

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So Long Soler

So Long Soler

Another remnant of the Jim Duquette era was swept out of the Mets organization, as Alay Soler was given his unconditional release. Strange, it may seem, that the Mets --- so ...

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Spring Training: Game 9 Notes

Spring Training: Game 9 Notes

Orlando Hernandez made his first preseason appearance since being diagnosed with arthritis, and he looked so-so. Nothing to be concerned about, as his performance was similar to ...

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Alay Soler or Oliver Perez?

Alay Soler or Oliver Perez?

It's still early in the auditions, and there is plenty of time for the Mets' starting pitching candidates to impress or flounder. However, it's never too early to evaluate ...

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ST Game 2 Notes

ST Game 2 Notes

Tom Glavine - obviously was working on the curveball, and it was looking good. Big, loopy, but good steep drop. His mechanics looked to be in regular-season form, and he worked at ...

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