The news that Gary Carter is battling Glioblastoma, a form of cancer that affects the brain and central nervous system, is crushing. It immediately makes you wonder why such horrible things happen to such good people?
Ex-1986 Mets catcher Gary Carter was diagnosed Tuesday with a malignant brain tumor called a glioblastoma and will treat it with chemotherapy and radiation. Doctors at Duke University say the location of the tumor makes it difficult to remove through an operation.
Ex-1986 Mets catcher Gary Carter has a brain tumor that is likely inoperable. The Montreal Gazette reported on Monday that Carter’s daughter, Kimmy Bloemers, wrote the news on the family’s website.
This weekend Hall of Famer Gary Carter revealed that doctors discovered four “very small” brain tumors after he had an MRI on Friday in Florida. Friends and former 1986 Mets teammates were stunned when they heard the news.
Former Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra posted $150,000 bond Wednesday in a federal case where he’s accused of embezzling money from a bankruptcy estate. A disheveled Dykstra appeared in a white prison jumpsuit after spending nearly a week in custody.
Prosecutors have declined to file charges against former Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra after he was arrested on suspicion of trying to buy a stolen car, authorities said.