Future Is Now: Ike Davis Wins Admirers In Mets Camp
The Mets plan to give Daniel Murphy every opportunity to succeed at first base this season. However, no one in the organization disputes that the perceived long-term solution at the position, Ike Davis, will be playing for Triple-A Buffalo.
Mets Envision Big Things For Hard-Throwing Mejia
Mets righthander Jenrry Mejia arrived at camp, started firing strikes and manager Jerry Manuel started comparing the cutting action on Mejia's fastball to Mariano Rivera's movement.
Mets Present Lefty Eric Niesen With Bullpen Audition
Eric Niesen has started 61 of the 63 professional games in which he's pitched, but he's getting a look in big league camp as lefthanded reliever to complement Pedro Feliciano.
New Field Coordinator Directs Mets Back To Basics
New field coordinator Terry Collins hopes to bring the same philosophy to the Mets that yielded a handful of young stars with the Dodgers, for whom he had worked previously.
Chris Carter Finally Gets To Make Impression With Mets
Deprived of the opportunity to suit up for the Mets last September, trade acquisition Chris Carter still managed to make a favorable impression with his new organization by attending voluntary minicamp in late January.
Mets’ Shawn Bowman Enjoys Career-Altering Offseason
The two top moments of third baseman Shawn Bowman's seven-year professional career came near the end of last year when he represented Canada in the World Cup and then made the Mets' 40-man roster.
Mets’ Josh Stinson Seamlessly Slides Into Relief Role
After bouncing between starting and relieving his first few professional seasons, Mets righthander Josh Stinon has settled into a relief role and taken off.
Mets Lead Way With Five Minor League Rule 5 Picks
The Mets traded their only major league Rule 5 selection, but team officials believe they fared well with players they acquired in the subsequent Triple-A phase.
Mets Bring Back Wally Backman As Minor League Manager
Wally Backman is back in affiliated baseball, and he's back with the organization to which he'll be linked in perpetuity. The Mets hired him as manager for short-season Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League.
Mets’ Scott Moviel Makes Amends For Injury-Plagued Year
It's generally easy for Mets 6-foot-11 righthander Scott Moviel to stand out. But after a recurring knee issue slowed the start to his season, the high Class A hurler began to make amends with a strong showing in the Arizona Fall League.
New York Mets: Top 10 Prospects Chat With Adam Rubin
Adam Rubin answered questions about New York's prospects.
New York Mets: Top 10 Prospects
We ranking the top prospects in New York's farm system and rate the system's best tools.
New York Mets: Top 10 Prospects With Scouting Reports
Scouting reports on New York's best prospects.
Mets’ Reese Havens Seeks Second Home Across Bag
Reese Havens played shortstop during his first two pro seasons with the Mets, but a transition to second base began in the Arizona Fall League.
Mets’ Jon Niese To Spend Winter Rehabbing For Spring Audition
Lefthander Jon Niese required season-ending hamstring surgery, but he expects to be healthy and competing for a spot at the back of the Mets' rotation in spring training.
Picking Baseball Over Football Pays Off For Nieuwenhuis
Mets outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis was a talented football player in high school, but chose to play college baseball instead. After being a third-round pick in 2008 and hitting .282/.364/.479 this season, it's looking like he made the wise choice.
Mets Final Report
Adam Rubin selects an end-of-season best player, best pitcher and player to watch in the Mets organization.
Return To Amateur Position Suits Mets Catcher Josh Thole
Double-A Binghamton catcher Josh Thole received a chance to return to his amateur position during the 2008 season. He's since surged to the top of the organization's depth chart at catcher, and he was expected to receive a September callup to the Mets
Mets’ Jose De La Torre Walks Winding Path To Double-A
Jose de la Torre missed the 2008 season while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. This season, the righthander has surged back into relevance, reaching Double-A.