Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz meet up again on Tuesday in what will certainly be a must-see event.
Mike Piazza and Roger Clemens makes a great subplot, but there won't be any All-Star fireworks in Houston.
The 2004 Subway Series has a new twist: the first meeting on U.S. soil between Hideki and Kaz Matsui.
Tom Glavine and Al Leiter remain the key components to a potential Mets turnaround in 2004.
Led by the trio of Jose Reyes, Kaz Matsui and Mike Cameron, the Mets have a vastly improved defense.
If they decide to mortgage a bit of their future, Alfonso Soriano could soon become a member of the Mets.
The Mets are hopeful that moving Mike Piazza to first base will go well, but it's far from a certainty it will.
While they have some money to spend, it's clear the Mets have a difficult rebuilding challenge ahead.
With Mike Piazza returning to the Mets' lineup, his move to first base suddenly becomes the hot-button issue.
The Mets don't understand why Roberto Alomar didn't flourish in New York. Neither does Roberto Alomar.
Unlike years past, the matchup between the Yankees and Mets doesn't have as much interest this season.
With another season already gone bad, the Mets must make changes, drastic as they might be.
While the Expos quickly warmed to their new island home, the Mets will leave San Juan with their confidence shaken.
Was this Opening Day 2003 for the Mets, or just a return to the dismal summer of 2002.
With the fresh new faces of Tom Glavine and Hideki Matsui, expectations are soaring for the Mets and Yankees.
Art Howe enters his first season as the Mets' manager with the pressure to win clearly on his shoulders.