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Both New York teams have a new starting outfielder on their squads this year. Both are upgrades over their 2009 counterparts. The Mets signed free agent Jason Bay while the Yankees pulled off an old-fashioned trade as they acquired Curtis Granderson from the Detroit Tigers in a three-team, seven-player swap. That trade also involved the Arizona Diamondbacks, and appears to be good for all three teams involved. Now that both New York clubs have completed their exhibition games all seems healthy on the Mets front—with the exception of Jose Reyes, Daniel Murphy, and Carlos Beltran. Other than those guys on the DL, no other players required the assistance of the Mets team doctors. That is good, as history has shown that seeing the Mets doctors is one of the worst things that can probably ...

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