Mets reopen Port St. Lucie training facility to players

The Mets’ complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla., is open for business again, even as players remain unsure when and if a season will begin.

“Good day today back to work,” catcher Wilson Ramos posted on Instagram, underneath an image of himself in the team’s weight room.

According to a team spokesman, the facility opened Monday and is available for players who reside in the area. Ramos, Brandon Nimmo and Michael Conforto are among the players with residences within a short drive of Clover Park.

The complex had been closed since late March, following the suspension of spring training due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Players using the facility must follow social distancing guidelines.

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