Ronny Cedeno

Frank Francisco of the New York Mets pitching in the ninth inning. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)

Mets’ Bullpen Melts Down, Marlins Win On Walk-Off, 8-4

The Mets’ bullpen imploded in sensational fashion as the Marlins won 8-4 on a Giancarlo Stanton walk-off home run.


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Coutinho: Mets Need To Play It Safe With Injured Wright

If we learned anything from last year, David Wright will play through pain — which is why someone needs to be the adult in the room.


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Mets’ David Wright To See Specialist For Broken Finger; DL Possible

Talk about a bad break. On Tuesday, the Mets said X-rays had shown a fracture to Wright’s right pinkie finger.


Mike Pelfrey of the New York Mets throws during Spring Training.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Coleman: A Slow Spring Start For Mets

The Mets have talked often about a quick start to the season, a fast getaway to make everyone forget about payroll reductions and lowered expectations for the 2012 season. Well, the start better not mirror the first-half results thus far this spring.


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Santana Has Good Outing In Rain-Shortened Loss

Santana gave up two hits and an unearned run in his 42-pitch outing, walking two and striking out one. The run against him came in the third after an error by third baseman Ronny Cedeno.


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Coleman: Fireballer Matt Harvey Stealing The Show At Mets Camp

Matt Harvey stole the show once again on Friday. The young pitcher, whom Sandy Koufax was looking to meet at Mets camp the other day, retired all six Atlanta batters he faced.


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Gee Surrenders Two Runs In Three Frames As Mets Edge Braves

Dillon Gee allowed two runs on five hits in three innings as the Mets defeated an Atlanta Braves split-squad, 5-3, on Friday.


New York Mets second baseman Justin Turner, left, tags out Pittsburgh Pirates' Ronny Cedeno attampting to steal second base to end the seventh inning of a baseball game Monday, May 30, 2011 at Citi Field in New York. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

Mets In Agreement With Ronny Cedeno

WFAN’s Jon Heyman is reporting that the Mets and shortstop Ronny Cedeno are close to a one-year deal worth between $1.1-$1.2 million.