The reigning Vezina Trophy winner, who is again a finalist this year to be named the NHL’s top goalie, wouldn’t say whether he’d be open to negotiating a new deal this offseason.
A feasibility study released Wednesday urged transportation officials to move forward with an extension of the No. 7 subway line to Secaucus, N.J.
“We expressed to Scott (Boras) how much we like Robby and what a great Yankee he’s been, and we hope he continues his career here for a long time to come,” Hal Steinbrenner said Tuesday.
So the Mets won’t meet R.A. Dickey’s asking price and potential trade partners won’t meet New York’s trade demands. Something’s got to give.
‘Tis the season to be — angry?
Despite all the naysayers in the blogosphere, GM Sandy Alderson is doing exactly what he should be doing — keeping his options open.
“I feel like we’re asking for less than what’s fair,” Dickey said Tuesday. “There is a surprise sometimes when things don’t get done quickly and you already think you’re extending the olive branch.”
New York City Council Member Dan Garodnick (D-4th) has called for a moratorium on evictions until Jan. 1 in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Will the Mets and David Wright agree on an extension this offseason? It’s “50-50,” according to the New York Post.
Good news: R.A. Dickey said Wednesday there has “been some progress” in his extension talks with the Mets. That brings us to the bad news.
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.