Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Mets.2507352245.01
NL East4th3rd1st5th
National League 9th9th1st14th

Last Game

Sat, February 24
St. Louis Cardinals
at
N.Y. Mets
STL10Final5NYM

Schedule

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Fri Feb 23
W 6 - 2ATL
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Sat Feb 24
L 5 - 10STL
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Sun Feb 25
1:10 pm ET
MIA
*
Mon Feb 26
1:05 pm ET
@HOU
*
Tue Feb 27
1:10 pm ET
HOU
*
Wed Feb 28
1:05 pm ET
@ATL
*
Thu Mar 1
1:10 pm ET
MIA
*
Fri Mar 2
1:10 pm ET
WAS
*
Fri Mar 2
6:05 pm ET
@HOU
*
Sat Mar 3
1:05 pm ET
@MIA
*
Sun Mar 4
1:10 pm ET
WAS
*
Mon Mar 5
1:10 pm ET
DET

Standings

NL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Miami2-02-0
Philadelphia0-01-1
New York1-11-1
Washington0-10-2
Atlanta0-10-2
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Mets' Yoenis Cespedes: Expected to play Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Manager Mickey Callaway said Cespedes (hamstring) will play Sunday against the Marlins, Tim Britton of The Athletic New York reports.

As expected, Cespedes is set to make his 2018 Grapefruit League debut Sunday. After appearing in just 81 games last season due to nagging lower-body injuries, the 32-year-old should enter the 2018 season at full strength, barring anything unforeseen happens in camp. While Cespedes certainly carries injury concerns, it should be noted that he worked on increasing his flexibility in the offseason in an attempt to help him better withstand the rigors a 162-game schedule. If he's able to stay healthy, he could prove to be a bargain, as Cespedes proved he can still be productive when healthy, hitting .292/.352/.540 with 17 home runs across 321 plate appearances in 2017.

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Mets' Jay Bruce: Sidelined until Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bruce is dealing with a sore heel and will be sidelined until at least Tuesday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

It's unclear when Bruce picked up the ailment, but the Mets will play it safe with the 30-year-old early in camp and hold him out of Grapefruit League action for the time being. His status should clear up in the coming days, but it doesn't sound like the issue will keep him sidelined for more than a handful of games.

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Mets' Juan Lagares: Dealing with minor leg issue
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lagares is battling a "tight" left leg but is expected to participate in an individual workout Saturday, Mike Puma of The New York Post reports.

Lagares won't be a fixture in the Mets' lineup for their Grapefruit League game for a second consecutive game while he recovers from this ailment. It doesn't sound like there should be much concern for his status as it's likely that he will be out on the field for a spring game by the beginning of next week, barring any setback.

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Mets' Dominic Smith: Scratched for being late
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smith has been removed from the starting lineup Friday as a punishment for arriving late, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports.

It's not a great sign for Smith, who is tabbed as the Mets' first baseman of the future. After a poor debut in 2017, where he hit .198/.262/.395 in 49 games, the Mets indicated their lack of faith in him by bringing in veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. While it would be wrong to read too much into one incident, Smith is already fighting the perception that he's not a very hard worker, and this just reinforces the idea that the team isn't very happy with him. This event could be a small blow to Smith in his battle to win the starting job out of camp, though if he hits better than Gonzalez this spring, the job should still be his.

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Mets' Robert Gsellman: Open to bullpen role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gsellman is open to starting the season in the bullpen, NJ.com reports.

Every team needs more than just five starters, especially the Mets, given their high amount of injury-prone pitchers, so it's likely Gsellman will make some starts this season regardless of where he opens the year. When everyone is healthy, though, Gsellman appears to be behind Steven Matz, Zack Wheeler and possibly Seth Lugo for the fifth starter job. The 24-year-old righty struggled to a 5.19 ERA in 119.2 innings last year and could be better suited to the pen, where his velocity can increase in shorter outings.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.280
HRMichael Conforto , LF27
RBIMichael Conforto , LF68
OBPAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.351
SLGAsdrubal Cabrera , SS.434
RJose Reyes , SS75
SBJose Reyes , SS24
WJacob deGrom , SP15
ERAJacob deGrom , SP3.53
WHIPJacob deGrom , SP1.19
KJacob deGrom , SP239
SVAJ Ramos , RP27

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