As more and more Mets crowd into Port St. Lucie just long enough for it to be exciting before it becomes amazingly tedious, here’s what I don’t get: The Mets have four — four! — alliterative pitchers in camp, and none of them has been issued an alliterative uniform number.
According to the spring roster Adam [...]
Alertly amending an alphabetically affable arrangement of purely professional pitchers, the Mets might move from spring-sorting to summer-sampling Taylor Tankersley’s talents. The sizable southpaw and heretofore hot hurler jauntily joins Boof Bonser and Chris Capuano for therapeutic throwing when rosters report this forthcoming February.
(Thanks to rightly regarded reader Chad Ochoseis for transmitting timely tip.)
The Mets have signed two low-risk, low-budget, low-profile pitchers on whom only the truly prescient were concentrating highly prior to the announcement of their unforeseen acquisitions. One is former Rockie Taylor Buchholz, who not long ago underwent Tommy John surgery. The other is former Brewer Chris Capuano, who also not long ago underwent Tommy John [...]