Jay Horwitz strikes again! The Mets public relations chief — and social media funny guy — sparked yet another rumor with a tweet Thursday morning.
“As much as I’d like to be here to represent this team in the All-Star game,” the captain said, “we can’t let this become an in-between inning, one-player production.”
Nothing about the New York Mets on Monday resembled the second half of last season. Then again, opening day has often been their biggest highlight of the year.
Some will say the video, uploaded to YouTube on Sunday, is two months late. We say it’s just in time for Opening Day.
Two of New York’s brightest stars will take the stage on Thursday night when Team USA takes on the Dominican Republic at Marlins Park in Miami. We’re talking about the Yankees’ Robinson Cano and the Mets’ David Wright, of course.
Piazza was honored on the final day that Shea Stadium stood in 2008, but since then he hasn’t had much of an association with the franchise. His relationship has, in fact, “cooled some over time,” according to a report.
City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. said on Thursday that the National League club is “very interested and fully capable” of bringing Major League Soccer to Citi Field, the New York Daily News reported on Thursday.
The deal, the richest in franchise history, replaces Wright’s $16 million salary for next season and includes $122 million in new money. The contract is pending a physical.
In a rough-and-tumble clubhouse filled with dark secrets and constant conflict, there was always one sunny stall. Carter.
Sandy Alderson, New York’s next great comic?
Even Mets general manager Sandy Alderson can’t resist pointing out the team’s financial difficulties.
The moment happened too quickly — and it was enough to shake up rookie second baseman Justin Turner. A young fan was hurt when he was hit in the face with a line drive during the first of two Mets wins over the Marlins on Monday.