Rob Brender and Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog watch pitching prospect Rafael Montero face hitters in a live batting practice session, as they break down the action and discuss his future.
Brian Erni and Michael Baron of MetsBlog.com bring the play-by-play as young guns Josh Edgin and Rafael Montero throw live batting practice:
In today’s Spring Training diary, SNY’s Bob Ojeda gives the play-by-play and analysis of an up close look at Johan Santana’s bullpen session today in Mets camp…
Matthew Cerrone, Lead Writer
This is awesome. Nice work, Jeff Goldman and Joe Kraus, the guys from SNY that put this all together. I love hearing Ojeda’s take on the difference between how Johan likely handles a standard, Spring Training bullpen session compared to a young pitcher in camp. The slow-motion shots are pretty slick, too. Nicely done…
In today’s video diary, MetsBlog’s Matthew Cerrone and Vinny Cartiglia spend the day at Mets camp tracking outfielders Marlon Byrd, Andrew Brown, and Collin Cowgill:
MetsBlog’s Matthew Cerrone and Vinny Cartiglia check out the outfield competition and other moments from the team’s first full workout at Mets spring training today…
Here is today’s Spring Training Diary, hosted by MetsBlog’s Matthew Cerrone, which follows Johan Santana through his workout and bullpen session.
Here’s is today’s Spring Training Diary, hosted by MetsBlog’s Michael Baron, which follows Travis d’Arnaud all through the team’s workout.
It shows you a typical day for the Mets’ top catching prospect including his work in the bullpen with Jeurys Familia, batting practice, and catcher’s drills with Bob Geren: