In Case You Missed It: Today's top stories on MetsBlog

Here is a recap of today’s top stories featured on MetsBlog.com:

Mets didn't watch Kazmir, simply not interested.

According to MetsBlog’s Matthew Cerrone, the Mets did not have a scout in Houston today to watch Scott Kazmir’s workout.

In a post to Twitter, Newsday’s David Lennon said the team simply was ‘not interested.’

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Original Post at 2:36 pm

“Kazmir threw at about 86-87 mph today, touched 89 mph in his workout,” ESPN.com’s Buster Olney said on Twitter. “That’s better than last season with the Angels.”

According to Olney, there were roughly 10 scouts in attendance, To read more of this story, click here

Quote: Wright talks about his relationship with Gary Carter

Today in St. Lucie, David Wright had the following to say about Gary Carter:

[jbox color="gray"]“Obviously, it’s a sad day. … You put on this uniform and you see all the pictures of Gary celebrating and smiling, you strive to be that type of player and that type of person. I mean, being around him, you understand the excitement he has for this game. Coming up from the minor leagues, when I broke in to the big leagues, even until a month ago, Gary kept in touch. He would call and want to talk baseball and talk about the team, and talk about what I was feeling at the plate. It was incredible, for him to be in the situation he was in, to take time out, 15, 20 minutes, just to talk baseball, hearing his voice and him talking about the game, those will be my lasting memories and something that will stick with me pretty vividly.”[/jbox]

To see video of Wright talking about Carter, go here on SNY.TV.