Dispatches from Port St. Lucie, 3/4
Not to be outdone by Noah Syndergaard, Zack Wheeler gave the Mets three brilliantly efficient innings Tuesday. But the story was Curtis Granderson, who hit two home runs in the win over Houston.
What we learned: The Major League Baseball Players’ Association is “keeping an eye on” the Mets’ financial spending, according to union chief Tony Clark.
What we wrote:
- Pair of Grandy homers lends Wheeler support
- Calmer spring with Mets appeals to Wheeler
- In Mets’ camp, MLBPA discusses Stephen Drew situation
- Mets following Wright’s lead on new ‘do
Around the league:
- Ian Kinsler: Some ESPN remarks taken ‘out of context’
- Stephen Strasburg brings new pitch, renewed focus into ’14
- Spring Training mind games? Strasburg, Kris Medlen keep quiet
“Mom and dad are here today. They might not approve.” –Granderson on why he has not joined the crew of Mets modeling their hair after Wright
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