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com is taking a look back at the celeb couple who got engaged in 2021 -- or whose engagements came to light this year -- starting with this television personality... "RuPaul's Drag Race" judge Ross Mathews -- who shot to fame as "Ross the Intern" on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" -- announced on Instagram on Feb. 23 that he proposed to his boyfriend of about a year, Dr. Wellington García. "I am so proud to announce that after over a year together -- navigating a pandemic, quarantine and opposite coasts -- the smartest, funniest and kindest man I've ever met said, 'Yes!' Dr. García, I love you. A lifetime of adventure awaits," he captioned a photo of himself and his beau. Ross also opened up about the engagement on "The Drew Barrymore Show," on which he regularly appears: "About a year ago, I met somebody who just changed my life totally," he said. "He is an educator and he's hilarious and he's the smartest person I ever met. And, you know, Beyonce says, 'If you like it then you should've put a ring on it.' Well, I did. I did! ... I can't even believe it, but yes, I am the happiest man. I met somebody so extraordinary." He added that they "started dating right before the pandemic" and got to know each other "through quarantine, making those Zoom dates and then eventually traveling and being together and making it work." Now keep reading for more...

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New Met Jerad Eickhoff off to rocky start for rotation spot

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JUPITER, Fla. — Jerad Eickhoff won’t discount the idea his past success pitching against the Mets led to his minor league deal with the organization this offseason.

In 10 career appearances against the Mets — all with the Phillies — the right-hander has pitched to a 2.41 ERA.

“I believe it probably had something to do with it,” Eickhoff said Wednesday after allowing four earned runs over two innings in the Mets’ 14-9 exhibition loss to the Cardinals at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium.

“I know Sandy [Alderson, team president] had seen me before with the Phillies. I don’t know it was officially put on the table per se, but I truly believe [success against the Mets] had something to do with it. But it’s a good time to be a Met and be a part of this so I am excited.”

Eickhoff, 31, has battled shoulder problems in recent seasons and was tested extensively for thoracic outlet syndrome, but no conclusion was reached regarding the source of the tingling sensation in his fingers. He now receives therapeutic neck massages and said he is feeling his best since 2017. He did not pitch last season.

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“[The Mets] made it sound like pitching depth or starting depth specifically was a real high need, so it really fit the profile for me and that was all I needed to be on board,” Eickhoff said.

Jacob deGrom’s first exhibition start is scheduled for Saturday night against the Astros in West Palm Beach. The Mets’ ace pitched live batting practice Monday rather than traveling to face the Marlins. The calendar will allow deGrom to start five Grapefruit League games before the Mets’ opener in Washington on April 1.

Luis Rojas closed his postgame press conference by offering best wishes to his Yankees counterpart, Aaron Boone, who took a medical leave of absence to receive a pacemaker.

“[Boone] was very welcoming to me when I came into my position,” Rojas said. “A fellow manager from the same city and I have so much respect for him. I will find out more details, but my prayers and thoughts are with him and his family right now.”

Dominic Smith will likely serve as the DH on Thursday in his first action this spring. Rojas said Smith was behind schedule because he was late in beginning workouts last week, after his absence from camp for an undisclosed reason. Rojas plans to gradually work Smith into left field to ensure he is ready physically.

Dick Scott, who served as Mets bench coach in 2016-17 after a stint as the farm director, has returned to the organization as coordinator, coaching development and instruction. Scott, who spent the last three seasons in player development with the Marlins, has roots with Alderson dating to the 1990s with the Athletics.

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