There’s always been something about John Franco that made him the quintessential New Yorker. Now, the feisty little lefty from Brooklyn is a member of the Mets’ Hall of Fame.
David Wright’s impressive start this season not only has the Mets third basman atop the majors in batting average but climbing nearer to the top of the club’s all-time leaderboards.
Former Mets player and coach William Hayward ‘Mookie’ Wilson joined the Dynamic Radio Duo this morning to to a little catching up – which comes natural to the former center fielder.
Quite frankly, David Wright is one of the best players I’ve ever seen in Flushing.
For some reason, we always expect the newly rich to live well, not well beyond their means. But the 1986 Mets were ultimately the latter, and yet another one of their studs has been put to pasture.
The memorial tribute to the late Mets catcher Gary Carter was a wonderful testament that celebrated the life of a terrific father and husband, a great athlete, and a quintessential leader both on and off the field of play.
They didn’t come any better than Gary Carter. On and off the field, Carter was a true gentleman.
Carter could always be counted on for a smile, a timely hit — and in 1986, a championship. Those close to the catcher joined WFAN to remember “The Kid” shortly after his passing.
Darryl Strawberry called into the show just after 9 a.m. to talk about his late teammate Gary Carter.
Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, whose single for the New York Mets in the 1986 World Series touched off one of the most improbable rallies in baseball, died Thursday. He was 57.
The back of Gary Carter’s baseball card speaks for itself. But what I will remember about him the most is Gary Carter–the man and the way he lived his life. He was a great teammate and one of the leaders on that championship team
What were the highlights of Franco’s career in a Mets uniform?
Franco saved a Mets-record 276 games from 1990-2004 and finished with 424 saves overall, the most by a left-hander.
Rich Coutinho believes that Sandy Alderson did what best for the Mets’ long-term plans by not giving into Jose Reyes’ demands and looking to the future.
On this date, October 27, 1986, the Mets were tops. They owned the city like no team ever had in the history of New York sports.