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Johan Santana

Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets.
Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. « Show less

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  • Santana, Reyes, Pedro and A-Rod

     
    With the Mets off today, it really was the perfect opportunity for Johan Santana to fly back to New York for some MRI photos of his elbow and a quickie visit with team physician David Altchek. Why not? Better to......
  • Thoughts under the mango tree

     
    Spent a little time yesterday with Pedro Martinez, as you could tell from the previous post, and I have to say we miss the wacky three-time Cy Young winner in Port St. Lucie. It was tough to gauge his bullpen......
  • No Santana for Opening Day

     
    The Mets finally came to terms this afternoon with the reality that Johan Santana is not going to be their Opening Day starter for April 6 in Cincinnati. Santana will have another bullpen session tomorrow morning, but the delay caused......
  • Santana back on grid

     
    Johan Santana is back from limbo. Spared a trip back to New York for more tests on his left elbow, Santana is now on a regular schedule, at least according to the sheet of paper posted on the clubhouse wall:......
  • Maine: "An embarrassment"

     
    That was how John Maine described today's two-inning stint against Team Italia -- only the expletive was dropped from his actual quote. With all the attention on Johan Santana's left elbow, and his status for Opening Day, the rest......
  • Pedro throws 91 mph!

     
    While I was shuttling between Port St. Lucie and Viera, listening to the Mets trying to get their story straight yesterday on Johan Santana, my intrepid colleague Arthur Staple was checking on Pedro Martinez, who made good on Monday's promise......
  • Mets lose, 7-5; Santana's debut is "soon"

     
    Johan Santana turned out to be a good tuneup for Cory Sullivan, who later went 3-for-5 in the Mets' 7-5 loss to the Nationals at Tradition Field. Bobby Kielty and Daniel Murphy each had two hits and Wilmer Flores even......
  • Santana aces next step (updated)

     
    Johan Santana looked fine this morning in his first live BP session. Santana threw two parts, with a break in between, that lasted for a total of 36 pitches, and his changeup was especially sharp. After Rob Mackowiak ripped a......
  • Today's lineup vs. Nationals; Santana on deck

     
    More surprises and a couple of notable debuts: Eric Campbell was the Mets' 8th-round choice in last year's draft, out of Boston College, and this will be Wilmer Flores' baptism by fire. He's only 17. Today's game is on PIX-11......
  • Yes on Santana. No on Pedro.

     
    On the same day the Mets gave the green light to Johan Santana, they also made it clear that Pedro Martinez is not part of their immediate future. Manager Jerry Manuel said they had "to be fair" to the group......
  • Santana seems on track for Thursday

     
    Johan Santana was all smiles today after what could be his final bullpen tune-up before a possible Grapefruit League start on Thursday. Until somebody asked him about watching the U.S. team rout Venezuela on Sunday night. ???It was bad, what......
  • Johan Santana in prime time

     
    That's right. Live, from Port St. Lucie, it's Johan Santana, who takes the mound tonight against the Marlins at 7:10 p.m. (SNY). In case you've been living in a cave for the past month, yes, this is Santana's Grapefruit League......