Former Yankees’ prospect Brien Taylor facing 40 years in jail after pleading guilty to cocaine distribution.
R.A. Dickey: Great year. Great story. Lousy team. We all love a good fairy tale, but the knuckler has to win 20 to have a chance — though it shouldn’t be that way.
R.A. Dickey’s attempt to become a 20-game winner is one of the few storylines remaining for the Mets this September.
R.A. Dickey became the first pitcher in the Majors to win 18 games this season and Ike Davis hit a three-run homer as the Mets topped the Cardinals, 6-2, on Wednesday.
I’m honored to have been the first woman to host a show on the station, which I enjoyed doing every weekend from that first show on July 4th weekend of 1987 to 2008 — 21 years!
For Dickey, it’s rarefied air indeed. For Met fans, it’s a magic carpet ride — and they’re savoring every moment of it.
Dickey’s second straight amazing game leaves only one question: what can he do for an encore?
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.
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.
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.
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.
In a rough-and-tumble clubhouse filled with dark secrets and constant conflict, there was always one sunny stall. Carter.
Unfortunately, this morning Gooden joined Boomer & Craig under tragic circumstances as he reflected on his relationship with the late 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.
Franco saved a Mets-record 276 games from 1990-2004 and finished with 424 saves overall, the most by a left-hander.