With Tom Glavine's career with the Mets almost certainly over and the health of Pedro Martinez a question mark, New York will need to address its rotation heading into 2008.
Nobody misses Pedro more than Tom Glavine, whose march to 300 hasn't been easy without the charismatic ace.
The Mets still believe Tom Glavine's coming back, but the fact that he's moving so slowly has forced them to contemplate Plan B.
After a season of despair in 2003, Tom Glavine is back and at the top of his game for the Mets.
Tom Glavine and Al Leiter remain the key components to a potential Mets turnaround in 2004.
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.
First, Tom Glavine. Next, Cliff Floyd. Once again, the Mets have been big spenders in the offseason.
As talented and smart and likable as Tom Glavine is, can he be more than just a good-looking band aid?
The Mets have set their sights on Tom Glavine. They now must wait to see if he craves the bright lights.
Mike Mussina tops a short list of veterans who are doing quite well this year after being somewhat down in recent seasons.