New Mets Outfielder Michael Cuddyer Primed for First Subway Series

New York Daily News—April 25, 2015

New York Daily News reports that Michael Cuddyer, the Mets' left fielder, who is experiencing the series between the cross-town rivals for the first time in his debut season in Flushing, said he wants no part of saying which New York team owns the city.

"I don't get into any of that stuff. We just go out and play the game. Whatever else occurs is going to occur," Cuddyer said Friday before going 0-for-4 as the DH in the Mets’ 6-1 loss in the Subway Series opener at the Stadium. "(The Yankees) are playing really well, beat a good Detroit team that was on a roll. It should make for a lot of fun this weekend."

Cuddyer was visiting the Hospital for Special Surgery's pediatric wing Friday, and as a father of three (6-year-old son Casey, and twin 3-year-old daughters Chloe and Madeline), he called Friday's visit "sobering."

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