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d'Arnaud will start for Mets by season's end

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08:13 AM ET 03.20 | The biggest question concerning 24-year-old catcher Travis d'Arnaud -- whether his left knee is sound after a torn posterior collateral ligament -- has been answered, and, so far, it's good news. D'Arnaud, who is batting .345 in 29 at-bats this spring, is still ticketed to begin the season at Triple-A Las Vegas. Barring an injury, the Mets will head north in 11 days with the catching tandem of John Buck and Anthony Recker. But there is little question within the organization that d'Arnaud will become the Mets' starting catcher at some point this season. "He's close -- real close," said Mets bench coach Bob Geren, the team's catching instructor. "There are no major weaknesses."

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Travis d'Arnaud, US Presswire Travis d'Arnaud, US Presswire
March 20, 2013  11:42 AM ET

That's ' why,,, Dickey trade was not the right move at all, only thing we do hope,,their rookie pitchers should be pitch to their capabilities!!!

March 20, 2013  11:44 AM ET

most of the times,,teams tend to trade those top playes and at the end,, players will deceived their own team,,,,

 
March 20, 2013  12:12 PM ET

We will wait and see, hopefully he will pan out!

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