It seems Victor Cruz may soon get that much-desired — and much-deserved — bump in pay.
Amid contract negotiations, the Mets are set to pick up David Wright’s $16 million option for 2013, according to CBSSports.com and WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman.
Mets fans were hoping for some good news to go along with their Halloween treats, but it seems there won’t be anything to report before the month is through.
Victor Cruz wants a raise, but he’s not about to force the Giants’ hand with drastic measures.
Victor Cruz is underpaid — he knows it, and surely the Giants know it.
Mets fans can forget about the franchise dumping its embattled outfielder and his $16 million price tag for next season, according to the New York Post.
It’s unfathomable to many: Derek Jeter in something other than pinstripes or Yankee road grays.
Ask any Mets fan about David Wright, and chances are they’ll make a case for No. 5 to stay in Flushing. Well, good news.
We’ve seen it before. For many MLB stars, cash talks. But not for Wright.
“Hi,” the All-Pro cornerback said to reporters Thursday with a big smile. In other words, yep, he’s here. But he very nearly wasn’t.
The Jets have restructured DeVito’s contract, reducing the veteran player’s salary this season after drafting Quinton Coples in the first round.
“Asserting a legal claim in furtherance of your order is the only viable corrective action available,” interim district Business Administrator Mark Resnick said.
The move comes after a recent published report showed one in five multimillion dollar purchases made by governments in New Jersey broke the law.
On Sunday, hours after talks broke down, the cash-strapped company canceled Monday rehearsals for a Feb. 12 opening production of Verdi’s “La Traviata” in Brooklyn.
The New York State Nurses Association and Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx said Friday they had reached a deal for a new, four-year contract.