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Michael Conforto on COVID

New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto was staying in Arizona before there was a spike in COVID cases and commented about making it out.

“I was lucky to get out of there before they started going back on their opening and lucky obviously to get out of there without a positive test when I showed up here.”

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Michael Conforto on Yoenis Cespedes

“He looks like a monster. He looks like he’s motivated. He looks like he’s in shape… The guy is definitely hungry.” – Michael Conforto

Cespedes only played in 38 games during the 2018 campaign and accumulated just 141 at bats.

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Wilson Ramos on returning

“It’s very hard right now to be here,” Wilson Ramos said. “It’s hard to see my teammates and be away from them. That’s the hard part with all those protocols… But at the same time, I’m very happy to be here, doing what we love to do.

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Luis Rojas on Jed Lowrie

Anthony DiComo of Mets.com is reporting that there isn’t a ton of optimism surrounding utility man Jed Lowrie. Rojas told the media on the first day of workouts that he’ll be keeping close tabs with the Mets’ performance staff. 61 more words


Rojas confides in Felipe Alou

As many of us know by now, Luis Rojas comes from one of the most respected families in the history of baseball. His brother is former Mets outfielder Moises Alou and of course that would make his father the former great manager Felipe Alou. 62 more words


Mets’ plans for positive tests

New York Mets manager Luis Rojas is stating that if any player tests positive for the COVID virus, it will require a minimum of three-weeks for that player to return to active duty. 69 more words


Mets sign Venezuelan flame thrower

Richard Brito, a Venezuelan born pitcher with a fastball that reaches 102 MPH has signed with the New York Mets.

The 21-year old 6’4” right hander is considered a late bloomer by scouts but now joins Robert Dominguez as well as J.T. 16 more words