Ruben Tejada #11 SSNew York Mets 2013 STATS GM57 HR0 RBI10 R20 OBP.259 AVG.202 JUPITER, Fla. -- Ruben Tejada has been scratched from Sunday's game against the St.
Cesar Puello is out of options, so the Mets must attempt to pass him through waivers before sending him to Triple-A Las Vegas.
If Daniel Murphy opens the season with a DL stint, Danny Muno and Ruben Tejada likely would share time at second during the season's opening week.
Vic Black pitched in a game on Wednesday for the first time since March 9, although the reliever still is expected to open the season on the DL.
Juan Lagares and the New York Mets have agreed to a contract extension through 2019, with an option for the following year, sources told ESPN.com.
Alex Torres, the only big-leaguer to wear a protective cap in the field last year, is wearing a standard cap for now as MLB tweaks the protective one.
Andrew Christie, 21, is a catcher on the Princeton baseball team.
The Amazin' Mets became even more so in the spring of 1985 when Sports Illustrated profiled their latest phenom: Sidd Finch, a Harvard dropout who spoke 10 languages, played the French horn, wore one hiking boot-and threw 168 mph.
The New York Mets have selected right-hander Dillon Gee as the team's fifth starter, despite a strong push from prospect Rafael Montero, sources told ESPN.com.
Here are the lineups as the New York Mets face the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday at 1:10 p.m. ET at Tradition Field (SNY).
It's April Fools' Day, but this is no joke: The New York Mets play their final home spring-training game Wednesday.
Newly-acquired reliever Alex Torres won't wear the same oversized hat he wore a year ago while pitching for the Padres.
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