Good isn’t enough for Matt Harvey – he wants to be the best (Kernan, NY Post).
Harvey, at least for now, is a must-see for a club that might have few other attractions not named David Wright (McCarron, Daily News).
Harvey gives Mets fans a reason to believe (Klapisch, Bergen Record).
Matt Harvey and the Mets can take a big step by defeating Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals tonight (NY Post).
Keith Hernandez is walking a fine line between analyst and fan boy (Daily News).
The Howard Hughes Corporation is close to buying the Las Vegas 51s, and hope to move the team to a safer neighborhood (Las Vegas Sun).
The snow and cold has messed with the Mets preparation (Carig, Newsday).
The Mets are hoping the cold weather doesn’t send them into a cold streak (Keh, NY Times).
Terry Collins is glad the Mets are not playing a doubleheader today (Puma, NY Post).
Collins wants Greg Burke to work on his change-up while in the minor leagues (Rubin, ESPN New York).
Ike Davis’ ankle injury represents the defining moment in his career (Diamond, Wall Street Journal).
Wally Backman crafts his managerial style from many mentors (Dewey, Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Mets will have a compelling second half regardless of how April turns out (Davidoff, NY Post).
The Mets nearly drafted somebody other than Matt Harvey in the first round of the 2010 draft (Martino, Daily News).
The Rockies were not prepared for the amount of snow that fell at Coors Field this week (Castillo, Star Ledger).
Mets farmhands are still adjusting to the conditions in Las Vegas (de Los Santos, Las Vegas Sun).