In combining with Noah Syndergaard to allow four stolen bases in the Mets' 2-0 loss to the Astros on Friday, Travis d'Arnaud fell to 0-for-12 throwing out runners this season.
New York Mets Schedule
About New York Mets
Why Buy New York Mets Tickets from SeatSmart?
Same tickets. Lower prices. Guaranteed.
When you buy New York Mets tickets from SeatSmart, we guarantee that you are getting the lowest price available on the web. No other site can sell New York Mets tickets at a lower price than the one you see for our Preferred Inventory.
SeatSmart connects you directly to professional sellers. That means that not only are you getting the lowest available price, but you're buying New York Mets tickets that are 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Click here to learn more about our Authenticity Guarantee.
No Hidden Fees
You'll never be surprised by hidden fees when you buy New York Mets tickets from SeatSmart. You deserve to know the final price of your tickets right from the get-go.
NYM Homepage News
Derek Fisher stole three bases and scored the Astros' first run off Noah Syndergaard on Friday, leading Houston to a 2-0 win over the Mets at First Data Field.
Their hair still uniformly bleached in a sign of team unity, Seth Lugo, T.J. Rivera and Rene Rivera returned to Mets camp Friday following Puerto Rico's World Baseball Classic finals loss to Team USA.
Watch live out-of-market games -- including select Spring Training games without blackouts -- on more than 400 devices. Plus, enjoy full portability with a free subscription to At Bat Premium ($19.99 value).
Robert Gsellman furthered his case to be the Mets' No. 5 starter, with another quality outing on Thursday against the Nationals at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.
The tarp refused to leave the infield. Crews pumped 5,000 BTUs of heat underneath it on Thursday, as Bill Deacon and his grounds crew have been doing around the clock. It was the last clutches of a hard winter's end, an unusual effort that Deacon said was "to keep the frost layer out of the infield dirt" and make sure the Mets have a worthy, not mushy, playing surface for their March 31 exhibition against Army and their April 3 Opening Day date with Atlanta.
Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera was ejected in the fourth inning of Thursday's game with the Nationals.
A pair of top pitching prospects turned in impressive performances during a 1-0 Nationals victory over the Mets on a rain-soaked afternoon at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches on Thursday.
Who do the Mets have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Hall of Famer Tim Raines watched Mets players compete for the Puerto Rican team in Wednesday's World Baseball Classic finals, but his allegiance remained with the United States team.
Curtis Granderson hit a pair of homers and drove in five runs, but Tyler Moore also knocked two long balls, including the go-ahead shot in the eighth inning, in the Marlins' 15-9 win over the Mets on Wednesday at First Data Field.
Gear up for Spring Training with updated authentic caps, jerseys, socks and more, and wear what your favorite Mets are wearing.
Mets left-hander Steven Matz has been sharp during the Grapefruit League. He is healthy after last year's elbow surgery, his velocity has been good and the results, though not worth much in Spring Training, have been relatively strong.
Puerto Rico starter Seth Lugo struggled to keep the U.S. bats in check, however, going four-plus innings, giving up four runs on five hits, while walking four and striking out seven.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Mets' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
The Mets welcomed some familiar and important faces back to their lineup on Wednesday. After some time away from playing in the Grapefruit League, third baseman Jose Reyes, closer Jeurys Familia and right fielder Jay Bruce were all back in action in a 15-9 loss to the Marlins at First Data Field.
Dallas Green, manager of the 1980 World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies and a baseball renaissance man who held nearly every possible title during his five-plus decades in the game, died Wednesday. He was 82.
Photo: Tebow donned his new Fireflies jersey
Nobody in the game rode taller in the saddle than Dallas Green. Not 6-foot-7 Frank Howard nor 6-foot-11 Jon Rauch. Dallas Green was baseball's John Wayne, so upright and rigid and with such a commanding voice.
Granderson hit a HR literally out of the park
The Mets' final spring game on March 31 against Army has been relocated to Citi Field because of inclement weather, the team announced on Wednesday.
Could Matt Harvey be the odd man out in the Mets' rotation? Anthony DiComo answers a popular question from fans in the latest Inbox.
Tim Tebow will begin his first full professional season with the Class A Columbia Fireflies, Mets manager Terry Collins announced Monday.
Matt Harvey said he took a "big step forward" Monday by getting through the fourth inning of his fourth Grapefruit League start.
Mets prospect parks in deGrom's spot, learns a lesson
Anibal Sanchez outdueled Matt Harvey in the battle of returning starters, tossing four scoreless innings with five strikeouts in a 5-1 win over the Mets on Monday at Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium.
Reliever Fernando Salas made his first Grapefruit League appearance after visa issues kept him from returning from Mexico, where he pitched in the World Baseball Classic.
Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom improved as the game went along in his longest outing of Spring Training on Sunday, but he didn't like his beginning or end.
Pitcher Rafael Montero continues to do two things -strike out batters in the Grapefruit League and impress the Mets.
Miami's Matt den Dekker hit a pair of home runs and starting pitcher Jose Urena held the Mets scoreless into the fifth inning in the Marlins' 7-5 win over New York at First Data Field on Sunday.
With Mets manager Terry Collins and staff concerned over the future of closer Jeurys Familia, New York's bullpen received some positive news early Sunday morning with the arrival of Fernando Salas.
Cespedes nabs runner at second with fadeaway throw
Once a punchline, Tim Tebow continues to demonstrate legitimate improvement during steady opportunities in big league camp. Borrowed from the Minors again on Saturday, Tebow drove a 95-mph Michael Wacha fastball to left field for a single in his first at-bat in the Mets' 5-4 win against the Cardinals, giving him four hits in his last eight Grapefruit League plate appearances.
Heading into the weekend, the Mets thought Brandon Nimmo would be healthy enough to return to Grapefruit League action as soon as Saturday. But Nimmo tweaked his right hamstring during baserunning drills Friday, according to manager Terry Collins, forcing him back to the sideline for another couple of days.
Robert Gsellman delivered five solid innings Saturday in his bid to become the Mets' fifth starter, while Michael Wacha solidified his own rotation standing with four innings for the Cardinals in the Mets' 5-4 win at Roger Dean Stadium.
Wilmer Flores' grand slam highlighted a 10-run assault on Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright, who could not escape the second inning Friday in a 16-2 Mets win over St. Louis.
Ty Kelly's whirlwind tour of the Far East concluded earlier this week, when Team Israel lost in the second round of the World Baseball Classic. Not overly jetlagged thanks to a cushy business class seat on his flight home from Japan, Kelly arrived back at Mets camp Friday with an eye toward making the club's Opening Day roster.
There was little doubt that Wilmer Flores' grand slam in the second inning Friday would clear First Data Field's fence. The question was simply where it would land -- halfway to a practice field beyond the wall, as it turns out, as part of a 10-run barrage against Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright.
Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the season ahead. Some are competing for jobs in big league camps, others are prepping for the season as they vie for spots at Minor League affiliates up and down a team's system. MLBPipeline.com will be visiting all 30 camps this spring. Today, we check in on the New York Mets.
Zack Wheeler's 97-mph fastball may have been the highlight of his second Grapefruit League outing, but it was hardly the only encouraging sign on a day in which his final line told only a small part of the story.
As part of MLBPipeline.com's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we'll be sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Mets camp, it was No. 3 prospect Justin Dunn.
Little has changed since we first projected the Mets' Opening Day roster in this space approximately five weeks ago.
Bryce Harper hit his Major League-leading sixth spring home run, and the Nationals carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning of a 3-1 win Thursday over the Mets at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.
Tim Tebow collected two singles and made a diving catch on the warning track. But it was Matt den Dekker who had the more decisive plate appearances with a two-run double and three RBIs in the Marlins' 6-2 win on Wednesday at Roger Dean Stadium. The individual highlights were turned in by Tebow, who started in right field and collected two singles. The Marlins added some insurance in the sixth inning on Miguel Rojas' two-run single.
Following each of his first two Grapefruit League starts, Matt Harvey spoke about the unknowns of returning from surgery to remove a rib, and specifically the process to build his fastball back up to its usual velocity. On Wednesday, Harvey acknowledged for the first time what might happen if his fastball velocity does not return.