Indeed, Girardi seems the easy choice for Manager of the Year again, at least at the quarter-pole.
Harvey gave up a leadoff homerun to Marlins prospect Christian Yelich before settling down to strike out four in 2 2-3 innings, and the New York Mets and Miami tied 8-8 on Saturday.
The Yankees interest in Oakland Athletics’ All-Star lefty Gio Gonzalez appears to be rising and they have the prospects required to meet Billy Beane’s high demands.
Is Jose Reyes a goner? Mets general manager Sandy Alderson says, despite all the hubbub surrounding the All-Star’s visit to Miami last week, it’s too soon to come to conclusions.
Ed Coleman discusses the Mets’ chances of holding onto Jose Reyes and various free agent options for the Amazins.
The Marlins appear to be ready to do what it takes to bring Jose Reyes to South Beach. Do the Mets have a chance of retaining their superstar shortstop?
Brian Cashman should turn his full attention to free agent starter Mark Buerhle. The former White Sox ace can fill the Yankees’ craving for a reliable starter.
If you thought the Mets’ process to re-sign Jose Reyes would move as quickly as one of the All-Star’s trademark triples, think again.
Imagine going to every Yankees game this season. Not just home games. Home and away. All 162 of them!
R.A. Dickey made an early run stand up, blanking Florida for seven innings and pitching the New York Mets past the Marlins 1-0 Wednesday.
This one ended late, but it didn’t take nearly as long as the Yankees game. And when the Mets needed a run, Nick Evans delivered.
Mets starter Chris Capuano finally fell short of his usual innings output. He failed to reach the fifth inning for the first time in 27 starts this season, lasting only four innings and taking the loss as the Marlins beat the Mets 9-3 on Monday night.
Chris Capuano (10-12) allowed six runs and eight hits in four innings, his shortest of 27 starts this year.
Josh Thole is in pain, but hopes to be with the Mets on Friday. The catcher left New York’s game against the Florida Marlins in the second inning Thursday night because of a contusion on his left wrist.
Making his first start since April 22 for St. Louis, the 40-year-old Batista scattered six hits over six innings while becoming the third active pitcher to play for at least 10 teams
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