Kallet: Cespedes Sets Great Example With Early Arrival In FloridaMets pitchers and catchers don’t report to spring training until Feb. 13. Position players don’t need to be there until until five days later. But that didn’t stop Yoenis Cespedes from going to Port St. Lucie on Thursday.
Kallet: Cespedes Deal Represents Significant Step Forward By MetsIn late October, I wrote that I understood why Mets general manager Sandy Alderson might be wary of breaking the bank for Yoenis Cespedes. Predictably, I was ridiculed to no end by loyal Cespedes fans.
After Signing 4-Year Deal, Cespedes Says He Wants To Retire A MetYoenis Cespedes and the New York Mets have finalized a $110 million, four-year contract.
Cespedes, Mets Reach Agreement On 4-Year, $110M DealThe deal's $27.5 million average annual value ties former Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez for the second-highest among position players, trailing only Miguel Cabrera's $29.2 million with Detroit.
10 Highest Paid New York/New Jersey AthletesYoenis Cespedes' new four-year, $110 million contract makes him the highest paid athlete in local team sports.
Heyman: Mets Show Interest In Trading For J.D. MartinezCespedes, however, remains "by far and away" the Mets' top outfield target.
Report: Mets Among 4 Teams Pursuing Yoenis CespedesThe Mets are among four teams in the Yoenis Cespedes sweepstakes, and the slugger would like to hammer out a deal by early December, according to a report.
Neil Walker Accepts Mets' $17.2 Million Qualifying OfferNeil Walker agreed Monday to accept the team's $17.2 million qualifying offer for next season.
LISTEN: Francesa Discusses Chances Of Cespedes Returning To MetsSo will we see Yoenis Cespedes back in a Mets uniform next season?
Alderson Says Mets 'Extremely Disappointed' Over FamiliaA complaint in municipal court in Fort Lee, New Jersey, dated Oct. 31 alleged the All-Star pitcher caused "bodily injury to another." A hearing is scheduled for Nov. 14.
Kallet: Mets Should Feel Some Apprehension About Re-Signing CespedesYes, I’m still for the Mets re-signing Cespedes. But I must admit that I’m no longer convinced that it’s a no-brainer. It’s not as clear cut of a decision as it may seem.
Palladino: Mets Must Willingly Pay To Bring Cespedes Back -- Or ElseWell-documented is the fact that the Mets’ offense doesn’t go without Cespedes. What’s more, they have no one else like him.