With the Mets closing their training camp for the weekend as they get ready for Monday’s reporting day for pitchers and catchers, they won’t be much news coming from St. Lonesome today. It would be nice though, to get some sort of report on Johan Santana and how he feels after yesterday’s bullpen session.

So far it seems Santana is feeling good, in fact he says he’s not rehabbing the shoulder but getting it strong for the season which is great to hear but I would hope that he and the Mets take the slow lane in his comeback.

If Santana can make it back to the mound on Tuesday for another pitching session, it will be a huge step in his comeback but I just hope the team and the fan base don’t get overly optimistic on what Santana will bring to the Mets this season. Anything the team gets from him will be a plus and I still don’t think we will see Santana until late May at the earliest, pitching in a real game for the Mets.

Today is another 50 degree and sunny day in NYC and the winter has been unbelievably uneventful as far as the weather is concerned. So you know what that means? It will snow on opening day

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  1. Krane, apparently we all should, because $kankee$ butt kisser and Mets’ hater Joel Sherman wrote a column in today’s cell phone account invader (NewsCorp) newspaper, the Post, that “UNNAMED (shocking) Mets’ officials think that the team would be better off with Murphy at 3rd & Duda at 1st. That those same officials worry if Ike Davis will ever hit left handed pitching but Duda will, and Duda is better 1st baseman than Ike. Pure insanity. You want to trade Wright and get a bundle for him and move Murphy to 3rd, I get it. But Duda better fielder and hitter than Ike (admitted Ike bias) NO WAY!

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