Sorry for the lack of updates, but Spring Training is still in its infancy and honestly, the Mets don’t have much going on, aside from Cespedes’ antics. Besides, I have been totally encompassed with Netflix releasing Fuller House. Talk about corny 90’s nostalgia brought to the modern era. That show is epic and I can’t wait for a season 2. And if you need another reason to watch, let me give you two very good reasons actually…

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Back to the Mets…

Like I said, this has been a quiet spring and it is about time. The team is healthy (so far), set in most positions, and showing a confidence and swagger that hasn’t been present since… well I can’t remember the last time and with the pitching and talent on the roster I can’t say I blame them. The team is pretty much set aside from a bullpen spot or two and a bench bat. In the end we may see a De Aza or Tejada moved, but if so only to clear a spot for Reynolds or another guy from the minors that possesses more versatility. I don’t foresee anymore external additions and I don’t see any drastic changes to the bullpen. Bastardo and Reed will likely set up Familia and supported by the likes of Blevins, Robles, Goedell. That likely leaves one spot for one of the many candidates battling it out in camp.

Aside from an unexpected injury, this team should (hopefully) have nothing newsworthy until the season kicks off in Kansas City, where the team and their fans will unfortunately have to suffer through a two day celebration of their World Series victory over our Mets.