Johan Santana

Johan Santana (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Giglio: Don’t Forget The Greatness Of Johan Santana

If Johan Santana’s last pitch in a New York Mets uniform was his 93rd and final offering to the Washington Nationals’ lineup on August 17, 2012, it’s likely that fans will soon forget the dominant, Hall of Fame caliber pitcher that he once was.


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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.”


Fan holds a sign thanking Johan Santana one day after the Mets' penultimate game of the 2008 season. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Coleman: Warrior, Fiercest Of Competitors — That’s How I’ll Remember Santana

So this is how the Johan Santana era ends for the Mets. Not with a bang, not with a whimper, but with yet another injury announcement.


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Alex Rodriguez — Who Might Not Play In ’13 — Will Make More Money Than Astros

Alex Rodriguez will make more this year than all the Houston Astros combined — a lot more. And he won’t even play the first half of the season, if at all.


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Johan Santana May Have Thrown Final Pitch For Mets; Is His Career Over?

Santana’s left shoulder has failed him again. Now he must decide if he has the stomach for another grueling comeback.


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Alderson: Santana Re-Injures Left Shoulder, May Be Lost For The Season

The Mets announced Thursday night that left-hander Johan Santana may be lost for the season after suffering a probable re-tear of the capsule in his left shoulder.


Jeremy Hefner (Photo by Denis Poroy/Getty Images)

Coleman: Which Mets Pitcher Will Get Hurt Next? ; Wright, Murphy Inching Closer

When the hard comebacker off the bat of Carlos Beltran (of course it was him) smashed off the right elbow of Mets pitcher Jeremy Hefner on Tuesday afternoon, you just had to laugh — to keep from crying.


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Palladino: Santana’s Shoulder Getting In Way Of Mets’ Relevance

They’ll just have to wait for Santana and hope that the brilliant future that awaits Harvey is now. Santana won’t pitch in a game until he can throw a ball 180 feet. So far, he’s only halfway there.


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Collins, Mets Concerned Marcum Won’t Be Ready To Start Season

First Johan Santana, now Shaun Marcum? It seems the Mets may be two starters down when the season kicks off less than a week from now.


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Mets Starter Santana Unsure When He’ll Make Return Start

Johan Santana is unsure when he’ll make his major league return.


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David Wright Named 4th Captain In Mets History; Jon Niese To Start Opening Day

“This is probably one of the proudest days of my career so far,” Wright said. “(I’m) honored and very proud to be on the short list of guys that have been captain of this franchise. For me it’s a dream come true, to say the least.”


Shaun Marcum (credit: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Coleman: Luckily For Mets, Marcum Injury Doesn’t Appear Serious

While Mets have had their share of injuries during spring training, but Shaun Marcum’s right shoulder doesn’t appear to be a major issue.


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Mets Close To Announcement On Opening Day Starter; Marcum Gets Cortisone Shot

Manager Terry Collins said he’d announce his starter for Opening Day “in the next couple of days.”


Jonathon Niese (credit: Paul Bereswill/Getty Images)

Niese With Another Strong Outing, Mets Fall To Braves

Even though the Mets lost to the Braves, Jonathon Niese was superb once again.


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Mets Third Baseman Wright Doesn’t Regret WBC Decision

David Wright doesn’t regret his decision to play in the World Baseball Classic and feels risks come whenever you play baseball.