Michael Conforto, the Mets' first round pick, at No. 10 overall, in the 2014 amateur draft and I sat down in the dugout at MCU Park in Coney Island, Brooklyn on August 24, 2014. He answered questions deliberately and thoughtfully.

Hyde: You’ve been a professional baseball player for almost two months. What’s the biggest surprise about pro ball?

Conforto: There’s been a few things here and there, but for the most part, it’s the same game. It’s just baseball. We get to play it everyday, on a great field, on a team with great guys. I guess it is an adjustment to be playing everyday, and the travel at times can be tough, but it all comes with being a professional baseball player. It is what it is. You gotta keep moving forward, and keep bettering yourself to see what you can do.

Hyde: What’s the biggest adjustment given that you’re playing, six/seven days a week versus three or maybe four in college?

Conforto: In college, you’d have a few games, [and then a few days off] to take some time to reflect on those games, work on the things that you may or may not have done well in practice, not in a game setting. In pro ball, you’re always going to have at-bats. There are things [about that] that are better, and there are things that are not. You’re getting at-bats every single day. You know there are going to be more chances for you. You don’t have to wait too long if you have a bad day to go back out there and see what you can do. It’s just different. I wouldn’t say that I have a preference towards college or pro ball. Like I said, it’s the same game. The change is that I get to play it everyday. It’s a game I love…

Hyde: Your season has been longer than most of the guys in that clubhouse. You were playing games that mattered – as an Oregon State Beaver – in late January. How are you holding up physically?

Conforto: Physically, I feel good. I’ve had some little things here and there – just some soreness. Physically, I feel good. The staff here and our strength coach and our trainer do a good job of making sure that I’m not out there playing hurt. They’re always checking up on me. Physically, I’ve been pretty lucky. I’ve been blessed to be pretty healthy throughout the entire year, including my college season.


Hyde: What’s your favorite Benny Distefano joke that’s not rated NC-17?

Conforto: Uh…. That’s a tough one, to pick through all the ones I can’t say... After I get a hit and come in [to the duguout], he tells me, “You almost look like a ballplayer. I almost look like a hitting coach.” That’s one of the many jokes he tells us.

Hyde: Beyond his jokes, what’s he working with you on right now?

Conforto: He’s very careful to say that he doesn’t want to mess with me too much. He likes a lot of what I’m doing, but there are little things here and there – with hand position or weight transfer – kinda getting into the right spots at the right times in my swing and we’re doing a couple of little drills, whether it’s off the tee or him just flipping me soft toss. I get a little extra work with him a lot of days. It’s definitely been good for me. I’m learning a lot from him. He was a big league player, and knew how to hit – he was a great hitter. I’m trying to learn as much as I can from him while I’m here.

Hyde: Hand position, what’s the issue, or what’s the thing you’re trying to make sure of?

Conforto: There’s times when my barrel will drop on the inside pitch and maybe [I’ll] popout or maybe I won’t quite get the barrel to the ball and get jammed. Some drills he’s been working with me – and it’s more of a mindset, rather than what you’re actually doing – he wants me to think keep the barrel above the hands on the inside pitch and that allows the barrel to get there and for me to get some backspin on that inside pitch and it creates more power. Obviously, the barrel isn’t going to be above the hands in a game, but that mindset keeps the barrel more level through the zone.

Weight transfer: making sure I don’t get out on my front side as I’m swinging. It hasn’t been bad, at all. Just another thing that could add to my power to give me more space for my hands to work through the zone if I’m staying back on my backside rather than pushing out over onto my front side. Kinda pushing into my front side. My front side keeping me back. Kinda how that works together. It give me more space to get to the inside ball and I can stay back on pitches. I have more time to recognize pitches. It works with all of those things…. Not getting out over that front side, and committing myself to pitches I shouldn’t be swinging at and not getting myself tied up when they’re coming hard inside.

Hyde: Last three weeks, the numbers have been down a little bit. Look, it’s three weeks in Brooklyn, I don’t car about that. But does it feel different at the plate?

Conforto: There have been some games here and there where I haven’t been feeling like I was seeing it quite as well as I had been earlier in the season. It’s kinda interesting how baseball works like that. I come off of not playing a game for a month or so, and I feel like I’m seeing the ball great. Maybe I had fresh eyes. Maybe it was something else. It’s just interesting that the last week or so, the last two weeks there have been days where I haven’t been feeling as great at the plate and that’s something that Benny’s also been working with me on. Those days where you just gotta find a way to get one hit. Battle an at-bat and scrap one out. Just try to get yourself one on days when you don’t feel well at the plate. So that’s another thing I’ve been working on. I feel good at the plate, I feel comfortable. I don’t feel lost out there. I’m still squaring up balls and hitting ‘em hard. You know, another thing is pitchers just have their stuff one day and you just gotta tip your cap.

Hyde: Does this feel like an up and down that you’ve been through before?

Conforto: Yeah, absolutely. It’s inevitable. I knew that when I started out hot – I was up over .400 for a while there – I wasn’t going to hit .400 forever. No one does that. It was only a matter of time and you have to accept that as part of the game. At the same time, you can’t ride that emotional rollercoaster – very excited when you’re hitting really well, and you’re not being really upset with yourself. [That’s] too much up and down. You gotta stay even-keeled.


Hyde: Brooklyn has some wonderful, silly promotions. Apparently, tonight is Wizard of Oz night. What’s your favorite moment in the movie?

Conforto: My favorite moment is probably when they’re oiling up the tin man. I like that part. I always thought that was funny.

Hyde: Last night was Princess night. Do you have a favorite Disney Princess?

Conforto: I think it was Cinderella or … that’s a ways back, when I was watching those movies.

Hyde: Tin Man’s kinda interesting. Were you the kind of kid who was interested in how things worked?

Conforto: That’s just the first thing that popped into my head when you said Wizard of Oz.

Hyde: He’s got a swing, like a baseball player.

Conforto: Yeah, true. Maybe it’s subconscious. Thinking of baseball a little.


Hyde: Have you been making notes – either written or mental – about ways I can better prepare for a pro season?

Conforto: Now that I know the grind of playing every single day and traveling all the time, there’s little things like what to bring with you. What will keep you keep you occupied on the bus rides. That’s a big part of it, just to deal with it mentally. I know I’m going to need to be in very, very good shape coming into spring training. It gets going really quick and then it’s a long season after that. So I’ll get myself prepared. I’ve been talking to some of the guys that have been through it before and they had some suggestions – be ready once spring training comes. You’re thrown right into it, and it’s go time right there. Try to be in game shape right away going into spring training.

Hyde: Let's follow up with both of those. What to bring. Is that like, remembering to bring a toothbrush to the ballpark? Kinda thing?

Conforto: Yeah, kinda. It’s just having your travel stuff. It’s almost like having two of everything. A set of things for the locker room or wherever you’re living. A travel-size that’s going around with you everywhere. Clothing and things like that. I know I’m going to be wearing collared shirts and nicer clothing to the field because that’s the Mets have their regulations on that and that’s awesome. Little things like that Here and there.

Hyde: I’m a big fan of sleep and recovery and a clear head. How do you kill time on the road? Are you a reader? An iPad guy? What have you found works for you?

Conforto: A lot of music. On the bus rides, I try to sleep if I can. Talking to the guys. I have Netflix on my phone and iPad. So hopefully we’re in good service areas where I can get that...

Hyde: What’s in heavy rotation that you’ve listened to, and what have you watched that’s good?

Conforto: It’s been a lot of country lately – Jason Aldeen is on the playlist a lot. And just some hip-hop here and there. What I’ve been watching – I’ve been on Breaking Bad lately. I’m working my way through that – it’s awesome. It’s definitely addicting. I’m getting close to the end.

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Granderson (3) catches a fly ball in the fourth inning (Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports)
Granderson (3) catches a fly ball in the fourth inning (Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports)

Curtis Granderson will likely begin next season in center field, Mets manager Terry Collins told reporters earlier this week at the MLB Winter Meetings.

As a result, Collins said Michael Conforto will likely spend most of his time in right field, while occasionally filling in for Granderson in center, where Juan Lagares will also get time.

In late November, general manager Sandy Alderson told WOR 710 AM radio that he wants Conforto to be an every-day player in 2017, including possibly getting time as a back-up first baseman.

Tags: Curtis Granderson, Michael Conforto, Yoenis Cespedes, Matthew Cerrone
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Dec 6, 2016; Terry Collins speaks with reporters at the Winter Meetings (Burke-USA TODAY Sports)
Dec 6, 2016; Terry Collins speaks with reporters at the Winter Meetings (Burke-USA TODAY Sports)

SNY's final Winter Meetings Podcast

In their last podcast of the week, hosts Matthew Cerrone and Rob Brender answered several fan voicemails, talking about trading an outfielder, acquiring a new center fielder, why and how to improve the bullpen, and what is likely to happen before Spring Training...

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Sandy Alderson speaks to reporters (Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
Sandy Alderson speaks to reporters (Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)

It was a newsless Winter Meetings for the Mets, as it was for most teams, but it certainly wasn't quiet. In the end, the Mets held a lot of meetings where they talked with agents and team representatives for a variety of relief pitchers open to accepting major- and minor-league deals.

In an effort to free up a roster spot, raise money and have fewer left-handed hitting outfielders, the Mets spent time talking with teams about Jay Bruce, though they reportedly saw more interest in Curtis Granderson and Michael Conforto, which is understandable.

In the end, I expect the Mets will eventually trade Bruce and one of two things will happen, 1) They'll get back a big-league reliever making a decent salary, after which they'll use the difference to sign one or two more low-cost relievers, or 2) They'll trade Bruce for nothing, and use his entire $13 million to sign someone like Brad Ziegler, as well as one or two more low-cost relievers.

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Sandy Alderson is surrounded by reporters during the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings (Credit: Manning-USA TODAY Sports)
Sandy Alderson is surrounded by reporters during the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings (Credit: Manning-USA TODAY Sports)

Sandy Alderson conducted his final briefing with reporters at the Winter Meetings early Thursday and said he is confident the Mets laid groundwork that will continue through the winter.

"Conversations will continue," he explained.

He reiterated that his desire to trade an outfielder has more to do with playing time than it is motivated by raising money by shedding payroll. 

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The Mets did not add or lose any players during the Major-League phase of this Thursday's annual Rule 5 Draft, which is the final event each year the Winter Meetings.

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Andy Martino on Winter Meetings 00:03:57
Andy Martino discusses the latest from the Winter Meetings including the Nats-White Sox Trade, Yankees, Mets and Wade Davis to the Cubs.

MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone and Robert Brender recorded their final Winter Meetings Podcast, during which they answered questions about Andrew McCutchen, Dexter Fowler, Jose Abreu, what's going on with the Nationals, what will happen to Jay Bruce, Sandy Alderson's bullpen, and if Darrelle Revis will play in the AFL...

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Alderson on the Mets' outlook 00:02:51
Steve Gelbs chats with Sandy Alderson to discuss the progress the Mets have made at the Winter Meetings and their remaining offseason plans.

Sandy Alderson talked with reporters late Wednesday and said, while he doesn't know that he'll make any deals before the end of the Winter Meetings, he's made progress in talks with teams and agents that he hopes will benefit the Mets before the end of the offseason.

Alderson also had the following to say about...

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McCutchen (22) at bat at PNC Park (Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports)
McCutchen (22) at bat at PNC Park (Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports)

The Nationals, who had reportedly shown interest in Pirates OF Andrew McCutchen, will acquire White Sox OF Adam Eaton for prospects Lucas Giolito, Dane Dunning and Reynaldo Lopezaccording to multiple reports.

In this case, I really, really hope the Mets use this opportunity to get in on McCutchen.

The Rangers, Dodgers, Mariners and a "mystery team" have all recently asked about McCutchen, according to reports on MLB Trade Rumors. The Nationals had been reportedly pursuing him since last summer.

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Aug 4, 2016; Bruce (19) celebrates a three run home run with Granderson (3) (Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
Aug 4, 2016; Bruce (19) celebrates a three run home run with Granderson (3) (Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)

Dec 7 | 3:20 PM

The Mets met with the Rangers on Wednesday, according to MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan.


Matthew Cerrone: In addition to starting pitching, the Rangers have reportedly been looking to acquire a corner outfielder or Designated Hitter, such as Jay Bruce. At the same, I've heard from MLB insiders that they've been offering up RH reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who the Mets had interest in acquiring last summer before he was dealt from the Brewers to Rangers with Jonathan Lucroy. It's worth also noting that Texas still has Lucroy, who the Mets were trying to trade for last summer, as well, despite saying they were committed to Travis d'Arnaud. I see no evidence that the Rangers are looking to deal Lucroy. But, if they are, I assume the Mets would be intrigued, despite again saying they're commited to d'Arnaud.

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Aug 4, 2016; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago White Sox relief pitcher David Robertson (30) pitches against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports (Rick Osentoski)
Aug 4, 2016; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago White Sox relief pitcher David Robertson (30) pitches against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports (Rick Osentoski)

In the wake of trading Chris Sale to the Red Sox, multiple reports indicate the White Sox have started shopping several of their high-priced players.

So far, I have yet to read or hear of any rumors connecting the Mets to the White Sox. However, Chicago clearly has players that should be of interest to Sandy Alderson, specifically closer David Robertson and 1B Jose Abreu. 

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Wheels in motion 00:02:52
Jon Hein and Marc Malusis discuss the Mets' plan of action for Zack Wheeler, including his possible use out of the bullpen.

Zack Wheeler spoke about his health and a potential move to the bullpen during an appearance at the Mets' annual coat drive at Citi Field on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old said he threw about three weeks ago and will do so again around Christmas in what he called a "normal offseason," according to Joe Trezza of MLB.com. Wheeler added that he has not felt pain since April and that "this is the best he's felt."

He was also open to the idea of moving to the bullpen to start 2017, something Mets GM Sandy Alderson mentioned prior to the start of the Winter Meetings this past Sunday.

 

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Free-agent OF Dexter Fowler, Royals OF Lorenzo Cain and Pirates OF Andrew McCutchen (USA Today Images)
Free-agent OF Dexter Fowler, Royals OF Lorenzo Cain and Pirates OF Andrew McCutchen (USA Today Images)

The price on position players -- especially outfielders -- is going down by the minute, according to multiple MLB market markers.

The top-tier, free-agent market includes outfielders Dexter Fowler, Jose Bautista and Ian Desmond, while the trade market reportedly includes Andrew McCutchen (Pirates), Charlie Blackmon (Rockies), Adam Eaton (White Sox), Lorenzo Cain and Jarrod Dyson (Royals), Odubel Herrera (Phillies) and Jay Bruce (Mets), among others.

"If I'm Fowler, I give up making $18-20 million a season and quickly grab one of those four-year, $60 million offers, because it might not be there if he waits," a team executive told me.

In regards to the Mets, this doesn't bode well for wanting to trade Bruce. And, it probably explains why reports now indicate Curtis Granderson and Michael Conforto are off the table. Because, if prices are dropping, it's not worth moving them.

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Jay Bruce (19) has dominated the Mets news cycle during the Winter Meetings (USA TODAY Sports)
Jay Bruce (19) has dominated the Mets news cycle during the Winter Meetings (USA TODAY Sports)

Mets GM Sandy Alderson should have at least one or two reasonable trades on the table for OF Jay Bruce, according to teams that have talked with the Mets.

However, because he's comfortable with slow-playing the free-agent market for relief pitchers, Alderson appears totally fine holding off on dealing Bruce for an arm, while letting the outfield market play out and revisiting his options during December.

"Things are generally slow," Alderson explained Tuesday, talking to reporters. "Hopefully things start to loosen up a little bit. ...Clubs are still trying to figure out exactly what they think is exactly the best way to go. The contours of the market are still a little bit vague, so you don't see a lot of movement."

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Tuesday's News and Rumors...

The Mets contacted the Royals about closer Wade Davis >> Read more!

The Mets also may have interest in free-agent relievers Matt Belisle, Joe Blanton, Junichi Tazawa, Drew Storen and Boone Logan, as Jerry Blevins is seeking a three-year deal >> Read more!

Mets GM Sandy Alderson said he and his staff are planning to change the workload and routine of their starting pitchers >> Read more!

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Oct 17, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Wade Davis (17) and center fielder Lorenzo Cain (6) celebrates after beating the Toronto Blue Jays in game two of the ALCS at Kauffman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports (Denny Medley)
Oct 17, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Wade Davis (17) and center fielder Lorenzo Cain (6) celebrates after beating the Toronto Blue Jays in game two of the ALCS at Kauffman Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports (Denny Medley)

Dec 7 | 6:15 AM

The Mets asked the Royals about closer Wade Davisbut were asked to part with elite SS prospect Amed Rosario, who the team considers untouchable, according to Daily News reporter Kristie Ackert.

Instead, the Cubs are close to acquiring Davis for 24-year-old OF Jorge Soleraccording to multiple reports on MLB Trade Rumors.

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Sandy Alderson is surrounded by reporters during the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings (Credit: Manning-USA TODAY Sports)
Sandy Alderson is surrounded by reporters during the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings (Credit: Manning-USA TODAY Sports)

The Mets are not yet willing to pay some of Curtis Granderson's $15 million salary or Jay Bruce's $13 million salary to help trade them during this week's Winter Meetings.

"Not at this point," Alderson said Monday, when specifically asked about the scenario.

Alderson is not usually this vague, though, which makes me think he'll eventually give in. However, right now, it's early enough in the off season that he isn't feeling desperate. Instead, I'm hearing they're more likely to give up a prospect or two in the deal, so the acquiring team is incentivized to absorb Bruce's $13 million.

Remember, the goal here is to a acquire as many relief pitchers as possible before the start of spring training, and I see Alderson eventually getting his men one of the following ways...

Tags: Curtis Granderson, Jay Bruce, Matthew Cerrone
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Nov 4, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Cubs center fielder Dexter Fowler (24) talks during the World Series victory rally in Grant Park. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports (Dennis Wierzbicki)
Nov 4, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Cubs center fielder Dexter Fowler (24) talks during the World Series victory rally in Grant Park. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports (Dennis Wierzbicki)

The Mets are not trading both Curtis Granderson and Jay Bruce so they can sign free-agent OF Dexter Fowlera high-ranking team official told SNY's Steve Gelbs.

This is disappointing, if true. I'm sure it is, but I also know Mets GM Sandy Alderson and his front office tend to make statements based on what's happening at that specific moment, and it does not necessarily recognize where things are headed.

Remember, Alderson and his staff repeatedly told reporters that the Mets wouldn't release Jason Bay, Luis Castillo and Oliver Perez, nor would they be trading Carlos Beltran and RA Dickey, and they eventually did all of the above. I'm not saying the Mets will sign Fowler, or trade both Bruce or Granderson, I'm simply suggesting that we all take what they say with a grain of salt... because things have a way of changing as the environment changes around them...

That said, this is exactly the move I want to see the Mets make.

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MNoah Syndergaard (34), Jacob deGrom (48) and Matt Harvey (33) walk in from the bullpen at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)
MNoah Syndergaard (34), Jacob deGrom (48) and Matt Harvey (33) walk in from the bullpen at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)

For the second time this offseason, Mets GM Sandy Alderson said he and his staff are planning to change the workload and routine of their starting pitchers, he told reporters Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.

Last month, Alderson said he is open to occasionally using a six-man rotation and mixing in spot starters so guys can get extended rest between appearances.

Tags: Jacob deGrom, Matt Harvey, Noah Syndergaard, Steven Matz, Zack Wheeler
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Robert Gsellman pitches against the Braves last Tuesday in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) (Kathy Willens/AP)
Robert Gsellman pitches against the Braves last Tuesday in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) (Kathy Willens/AP)

Teams have asked about RHP Robert Gsellman, but Sandy Alderson has told them he's not available, sources told ESPN.com's Adam Rubin.

Gsellman, 23, had a 2.42 ERA (2.63 FIP) and 1.27 WHIP, while striking out 42 batters in 44 2/3 innings, during seven starts and one relief appearance for the Mets in 2016.

Tags: Jacob deGrom, Matt Harvey, Noah Syndergaard, Robert Gsellman, Seth Lugo, Zack Wheeler
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Free-agent relievers Fernando Salas, Brad Ziegler, Joaquin Benoit and Joe Smith (Credit: USA Today Images)
Free-agent relievers Fernando Salas, Brad Ziegler, Joaquin Benoit and Joe Smith (Credit: USA Today Images)

Dec 6 | 4:00PM

Free-agent LH reliever Jerry Blevins is seeking a three-year deal worth $5-6 million a season, MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reported on Twitter.

"If Blevins is willing to do a two-year deal, maybe Sandy Alderson can reel him back," MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone wrote Nov. 22. "But, if Blevins finds himself eventually weighing three-year offers, I bet Alderson passes and, instead, signs a veteran or two on minor-league deals."

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Tebow during an Arizona Fall League game at Camelback Ranch (Credit: Mark J. Rebilas via USA Today)
Tebow during an Arizona Fall League game at Camelback Ranch (Credit: Mark J. Rebilas via USA Today)

The Mets haven't decided whether OF Tim Tebow will be invited to play in big league games during Spring Training, GM Sandy Alderson said Tuesday.

"That's a decision we'll make some time in the near future," Alderson said, adding that there's "no benefit" to having him in big league camp.

Mets manager Terry Collins said earlier Tuesday that Tebow would play for the Mets during Grapefruit League games this spring, even if he's in minor-league camp

However, late last month, Tebow would not say if he plans to attend Spring Training.

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Sale of Two Cities 00:02:22
The DNL panel discusses the ramifications of the Chris Sale trade to the Boston Red Sox in a blockbuster move at the Winter Meetings.

The Nationals will not be adding Chris Sale, who is about to be traded to the Red Sox for Yoan Moncada, Michael Kopech and two other prospects, according to FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal.

Earlier Tuesday, Rosenthal said the Nationals would have included RHP prospects Lucas Giolito and Victor Robles in a deal with Chicago. However, they've been reluctant to put them in a deal for Pirates OF Andrew McCutchen, who they've reportedly been pursuing since last summer.

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In honor of Mets media relation executive Shannon Forde, who lost her long, difficult battle with breast cancer last March, MLB announced Monday it will renovate a youth field in Forde's honor in her hometown of Little Ferry, N.J.

"I think a picture says a thousand words," Mets COO Jeff Wilpon said at a press conference at the Winter Meetings. "This is the group that loves and misses Shannon every day."

To raise money for the project, which is part of their annual Play Ball program, MLB is auctioning off a number of unique opportunities, including a pitching lesson from Johnny Cueto, player and manager meet-and-greets, a dinner with Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez.

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