• Infielder Anthony Seratelli received his Omaha Storm Chasers Triple-A National Championship ring prior to Saturday's game in Las Vegas. Seratelli spent all of last season with the Storm Chasers, the Royals' top affiliate, before signing with the Mets as a Minor League free agent this winter.
• Bobby Parnell breezed through a 1-2-3 inning Saturday in his third Grapefruit League appearance. Parnell, who is recovering from surgery to replace a herniated disc in his neck, has not allowed an earned run in any of his outings.
"His last three or four pitches, he threw them good," Collins said.
• Chris Young was relieved to finally hit his first home run this spring.
"I just need to continue to work on timing," said Young, who went 2-for-3 Saturday against the Twins. "It feels good to square one up, hit one out of the yard ... to let yourself know you can still do it."
• Mets reliever Jeurys Familia, who pitched a perfect ninth for the Mets against the Twins, registered a 100-mph fastball that broke the glove of catcher Taylor Teagarden.
• Zack Wheeler's 0.84 ERA this spring is the third-lowest among NL pitchers with a minimum of eight innings of work. Wheeler has allowed only one earned run in 10 2/3 innings pitched.
• Five Mets entered Saturday with batting averages above .300 this spring with a minimum of 10 at-bats: Matt den Dekker (.409), Eric Campbell (.381), Juan Lagares (.320), Josh Satin (.308) and Kirk Nieuwenhuis (.304).
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