NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Terry Collins says the Mets’ priority this offseason should be finding a power hitter to form a one-two punch with captain David Wright. “No. 1, we’ve got to find a bat […]
Forget about the big-name free agents. Mets third baseman David Wright would rather see general manager Sandy Alderson spread the team’s money around.
With Robbie Cano, Curtis Granderson, and Hiroki Kuroda all rejecting their free agent qualifying offers, the Yanks by necessity will be forced to find power and pitching. Or at least a backup plan.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman concedes that they could be outbid for free agent second baseman Robinson Cano.
No secret here: the Yankees need an upgrade at catcher. Seven-time All-Star Brian McCann would fit the bill — and it seems he’s interested.
The Knicks superstar says “a lot of people jumped the gun” when he announced he’d test free agency after the 2013-14 season.
Carmelo Anthony should focus on trying to get players to join him on the Knicks, not creating uncertainty about whether he would leave, according to TNT analysts Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith.
My question to 40 major league executives, agents and players-turned-broadcasters was “What will Robinson Cano sign for?” So what is the magic number?
This summer I made a promise that I wouldn’t address Carmelo Anthony’s impending opt-out until the season was over. Thanks to Melo’s foolish interview with the New York Observer, I’m being forced to break that rule in October.
Anthony has finally acknowledged what we knew all along. When the opportunity to opt out of his contract comes, he’ll likely jump on it.
Carlos Beltran heading back to the Big Apple? It could happen — and no, we’re not talking about a reunion with the New York Mets.
Wouldn’t it be nice to go out like Mo and Andy? Girardi, with a fresh four-year deal, hopes Robinson Cano will factor his Yankees legacy into the equation when weighing his options in free agency.
“Though I can’t talk about it, that other guy in New York is going to get paid — not by us,” the Dodgers owner said Thursday, according to CBSSports.com. “But he’s going to get paid.”
Daisuke Matsuzaka’s career has fizzled since his much-ballyhooed move from Japan to the Red Sox in 2007. But he hopes his seven-game stint with the Mets will drum up some interest in free agency.
The Mets may decide to go after a veteran pitcher with questions surrounding the health of ace Matt Harvey’s elbow.