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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

Top Johan Santana Articles

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  • Santana: "I feel fine"

     
    Johan Santana just finished throwing 18 pitches during a relaxed bullpen session. While Santana insists nothing has been decided regarding the WBC, he also said that this is "an important year for our team and I'm an important part of......
  • Six-pack in session

     
    Johan Santana is on a mound for the first time since his October knee surgery and joining him on the bullpen six-pack here this morning is Duaner Sanchez and Oliver Perez. Its only been a few pitches, but so far,......
  • The Early Show

     
    Actually, I'm more of a Today Show guy myself -- it's on right now -- but that doesn't really fit the theme of the post this morning. David Wright remarked yesterday that he was pleased by the number of Mets......
  • No insurance=no WBC for Santana

     
    With Johan Santana leaving the decision up to the team, and the Mets obviously not wanting the two-time Cy Young winner to pitch in the WBC, the final word came down today when the organizers of the tournament refused to......
  • A true gangsta

     
    Johan Santana and Freddy Garcia just finished their conditioning drills and walked over to greet Jerry Manuel. "Playa, playa!" Santana yelled over, smiling. To which Manuel replied, "A true gangsta." Garcia seems like he's wondering what the heck is...
  • Santana officially out of WBC, Garcia in rotation?

     
    I'm not sure why both Johan Santana and the Mets chose to play along with the charade that the two-time Cy Young winner might actually play in the World Baseball Classic. But the ruse officially ended Friday when it was......
  • Santana throws, more Livan

     
    Johan Santana completed his third bullpen session this morning and reported no problems with his surgically repaired left knee. He threw 30 pitches and appears to be on schedule with the rest of the staff. Livan Hernandez also arrived this......
  • David: I'm the Wright man to lead Mets

     
    Just swiped that headline from the top of Newsday's back page this morning because I couldn't sum it up any better myself. The day after Jerry Manuel's team-first message, David Wright said he was more than ready to enforce it......
  • 2009 Mets rotation

     
    As of today, with everyone healthy, this is the Mets' rotation to start the season: 1. Johan Santana 2. Mike Pelfrey 3. Oliver Perez 4. John Maine 5. Tim Redding Pitching coach Dan Warthen explained that Pelfrey's better numbers against......
  • Sandy Koufax in camp soon?

     
    Over dinner last night, Sandy Koufax told owner Fred Wilpon that he may be stopping by in the next day or so for one of his annual chats with the Mets staff. Koufax, a longtime friend of Wilpon's, usually visits......
  • Beltran, Pagan arrive

     
    It's not the Man of the Hour - Luis Castillo - but it's worth noting that Carlos Beltran is here and taking BP this afternoon. Johan Santana made a point of stopping by after his bullpen session to say hello......
  • For starters

     
    I know, I know, it's Feb. 17. But Opening Day is what, just seven weeks away? So what better time to map out the Mets' starting rotation? There's a lot that can happen between now and then, but we take......