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4/1/2015 | Mets highlight Citi Field changes for 2015

New dimensions, an expanded food menu and interesting promotional items were among the changes to Citi Field the Mets highlighted heading into the 2015 season.

4/1/2015 | Murphy progresses; Black unlikely for opener

Rehabbing Mets players Vic Black, Daniel Murphy and Bobby Parnell all participated in a Minor League game on Tuesday

4/1/2015 | Mets tell Gee he's No. 5; Montero likely to 'pen

Once not even considered a true roster battle, the Mets' fifth starter race grew tight late in camp, as rookie Rafael Montero began thriving. But in the end, the Mets turned back to Dillon Gee, a more experienced option with 40 wins over the past five seasons.

4/1/2015 | Son of NJ governor among '15 Mets interns

NJ governor Chris Christie's son, Andrew, a catcher on the Princeton University baseball team, will intern for the club this summer.

4/1/2015 | Colon closes out spring, Mets' ninth-inning rally falls short

Making a final tune-up before his Opening Day start against the Nationals, Bartolo Colon allowed three runs over five-plus innings, striking out two and walking one.

4/1/2015 | Torres surprised but excited to join Mets in Big Apple

Officially arriving in Mets camp on Tuesday, Alex Torres showed up to the clubhouse the next morning for his first full day of work.

4/1/2015 | Mets, Lagares nearing contract extension

The Mets are closing in on a contract extension with National League Gold Glove Award-winning outfielder Juan Lagares, according to a source familiar with the negotiations. ESPN reported that the extension will be worth more than $20 million over four seasons, keeping Lagares in New York through the 2019 season. The deal is not final, and the Mets have not commented on it.

4/1/2015 | Flores ready to break through as key player for Mets

If there is a player within the Mets' clubhouse who rivals Matt Harvey in confidence, it is the skinny Venezuelan keeping to himself near the back of the room, fiddling with his phone or sharing a joke with Juan Lagares. Unlike Harvey, who flaunts his attitude via brashness on and off the mound, supermodel girlfriends and a gray Maserati, Wilmer Flores keeps his attitude bottled.