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Matt Adams could fit well on Mets

With Lucas Duda's health in question, Adams, who lost his starting job with the Cardinals, could slot in at first base for the Mets. Sending Brandon Nimmo to St. Louis could get a deal done. Bowden: Trades I'd like to see (Insider)

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Wright can't stay on the field

On Tuesday, 3B David Wright was diagnosed with an impingement in his right shoulder and will be out for a few weeks. Over the last four seasons, Wright has been plagued with multiple injuries that have severely limited his game action.


BBTN: David Wright's Future, Price's Delivery, Gregorius

A rapid-fire chat with Mets 3B David Wright follows a conversation with Yankees SS Didi Gregorius, Tim Kurkjian on MLB's monitoring of David Price's pitching motion and more. Plus, Andy McCullough of the L.A. Times on the Dodgers.

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9hDavid Fleming

Tim Tebow's relentless pursuit of failure

As Tim Tebow faces possible humiliation at Mets camp, he's easy to mock. And yet he's just as easy to admire. That's because Tebow has embraced, perfected and, yes, even profited from defeat.

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Mets' Wright (shoulder) out 'a couple of weeks'

David Wright's status for Opening Day remains doubtful for the Mets, as he cannot throw a baseball for a couple of weeks because of a shoulder impingement.

Tebow crushes in batting practice but doubt still remains (0:55)
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2dMark Saxon

On the first day, Tim Tebow spoke

With his trademark smile and charisma, Tim Tebow added a new line to his resume: spring training attendee. What did the QB-turned-outfielder say at Mets camp, and how many BP homers did he blast?

Tebow shows off the power during BP (0:54)

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

After his first spring workout, Tim Tebow signed autographs and posed for photographs with everyone who asked him among the three dozen or so fans who showed up at a Mets' back field.


Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Tebow hit nine home runs over a span of four batting-practice sessions in his first spring workout with other Mets minor-leaguers. All of them were to left field and right-center field.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Why is Mets COO Jeff Wilpon watching minor leaguers take batting practice? Two words: Tim Tebow, who hit nine homers, six to the opposite field. Photo by Sal Paolantonio.

Tebow takes hacks in BP (0:16)

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Tim Tebow taking batting practice at the Mets' facility in Port St. Lucie. He's hit eight homers so far, six to the opposite field.

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2dMark Saxon

Tebow 'not going to worry' what people think

Tim Tebow draws a crowd in Florida, unlike the other New York Mets minor leaguers at spring training on Monday, but said he's "not going to worry" about what everyone's thinking.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Fledgling OF Tim Tebow, in a press conference before his first spring-training workout with the Mets, was asked if he got a fair shake with the Jets in 2012. He laughed. "Where did that come from? Been holding onto that one for three years?" he asked. He went on to say, "That's not for me to decide at all. The one thing with the Jets situation was I learned so much from it. I'm grateful for the highs there, which weren't really many. Not necessarily the most fun situation. I think that everything happens for a reason. I learned so much from it."

Tebow not worried about skeptics (1:43)
Tebow continuing to go through process in spring training (1:36)

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Yoenis Cespedes was joined at his morning spring training workout by Jessica Mendoza for an upcoming feature.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The New York Mets are selling these at First Data Field this spring training. The jerseys retail for $120. At the team store, they were among the most prominently placed articles of merchandise.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The New York Mets already are selling Tim Tebow T-shirts at their Port St. Lucie, Florida spring training stadium. Before his first professional baseball game, outside of the Arizona Fall League, Tebow, the Heisman trophy winner and ex-NFL quarterback, was asked what he thought of being marketed by the team. Tebow arrived at spring training well before Mets minor-leaguers were required to report. "I'm not going to worry about what everyone's writing or what everyone's thinking or however I'm being marketed," Tebow said. "I think for me, I just want to be able to continue the process, enjoy the process, enjoy every day and get to know my teammates and have fun out there."

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Coming up on Sportscenter to talk Tim Tebow and the Mets: Sal Paolantonio and Jessica Mendoza.

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3dBradford Doolittle

Mets' Problem Projection: Defensive Runs Saved

The solution for the Mets' defensive woes is both near and far at once: two-time Gold Glover David Wright appears to be nearing good health.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24625th
On Base Percentage.31623rd
Slugging Percentage.41716th
Earned Run Average3.583rd
Quality Starts87Tied-5th

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