Dan Warthen

Dillon Gee #35 of the New York Mets pitches in the first inning during the first game of a doubleheader against the Washington Nationals on September 25, 2014 at Nationals Park in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Gee On Returning To Rotation: ‘I Hate That This Is The Way I’m Back’

This wasn’t how Dillon Gee wanted to regain a spot in the New York Mets’ rotation.


Noah Syndergaard #34 of the New York Mets poses for a portrait on February 28, 2015 at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie, Florida. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Eddie C: Warthen Talks Harvey, Noah And The Mets’ Pitching Staff

Warthen appreciates having Harvey aboard once again to lead the way, and also to add some confidence and swagger to a staff that is seemingly blending together nicely early on.


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Mets Think Montero Tipped Pitches In Debut; Starter Makes Adjustments

“I think we picked up a little something that he might be tipping, so we changed things to see if we can get that rectified,” Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen said.


Noah Syndergaard

Mets Camp Abuzz As Syndergaard Throws Gas, Shows Moxie

It’s hard to be intimidated when you’re 6-foot-6, 240-pounds and throw a “hook from hell.” We’re talking about the Mets’ pitching prospect who’s starting to build a reputation in Port St. Lucie as anything but soft.


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David Wright On Teammate Johan Santana: ‘He’s Just Kind Of In A Bit Of Shock’

“He’s just kind of in a bit of shock,” Wright said. “I don’t think anyone was expecting this. For everyone, it’s kind of shocking. It’s disheartening.”


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Irked Santana Throws Off Mound; Mets’ Nieuwenhuis Bruises Knee

Mets starter Johan Santana threw off a mound at the team’s facility on Sunday, one day after general manager Sandy Alderson said the two-time Cy Young Award winner would need 10 more days to build up enough arm strength to pitch in an exhibition game.


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Terry Collins Admits Mets Overused Injured Reliever Tim Byrdak

Byrdak wasn’t the first Mets pitcher to possibly be injured due to overuse.


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Mets Considering Starting R.A. Dickey Every Fourth Game

The New York Mets are considering putting R.A. Dickey on the mound every fourth game instead of the traditional five.


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B&C Morning Show: Yanks Can’t Sweep Halos, Mets Stumbling After Break

The great Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning.


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R.A. Dickey Every 4th Day? Don’t Count On It, Mets Fans

Just because he’s a knuckleballer, that doesn’t mean his arm is invincible.


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Coutinho: Has Mike Pelfrey Turned The Corner?

Mike Pelfrey has always been an enigma to the New York Mets because he has always possessed great stuff, but has had a hard time getting the consistency that all winning pitchers need. Is this year different?


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Coutinho: Mets Can Thank Rotation For Quick Start

All we heard throughout spring training from the so-called “experts” was that the Mets’ starting rotation would be their Achilles’ heel. How’s that look now?


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Report: Mets Brass Recently ‘Suggested’ Releasing Mike Pelfrey

Pelfrey’s spring stats usually aren’t so hot — and this year has been no different. Well, certain members of the Mets’ front office were reportedly ready to give up on the 6-foot-7 hurler.


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Coleman: Johan Santana Shines At Mets Camp

By now, most people expected Johan Santana to have some sort of setback. Hasn’t happened.


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Coutinho: Teammates Impressed With Harvey

My feeling is Matt Harvey will be a star for the Mets and ultimately an anchor in their starting rotation for years to come. That makes it so important to give him the time he needs to fine tune his craft