The Mets have reportedly shifted their contract talks with third baseman David Wright from neutral to drive.
Bay Watch is officially over. Jason Bay is now a free agent after negotiating out of of his deal with the Mets.
The Mets have no money, but do they have no future?
Players will wear the hats of city agencies during batting practice and the national anthem. New York began the tradition following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The logo for the game next July is similar to the Mets’ symbol, in blue and orange with a bridge spanning a city skyline that represents all five boroughs.
In the final portion of the 25th anniversary show, Mike Francesa featured the regulars of today’s current WFAN, along with some other very special guests.
Plenty of no-name Mets are contributing to the Amazins’ unexpected rise toward becoming NL East contenders.
“He’s under contract this year, we have an option for next year, there’s no gun to anybody’s head,” Wilpon said Wednesday.
“We are thrilled that the Carters will be with us,” Jeff Wilpon said in a statement. “Mets fans will have the chance to pay their respects and remember all of his accomplishments.”
The New York Mets owners are stepping to the plate to try to convince a jury that they didn’t know financier Bernard Madoff was operating a Ponzi scheme.
The Mets struck out in court Monday. A federal judge has ordered the team to pay up to $83 million to the trustee recovering money for Bernard Madoff investors.
Wilpon gave every player an orange T-shirt Monday featuring the “U” logo from the classic cartoon “Underdog.” Let’s just say Wright wasn’t ready to rally around the idea.
It’s no secret that the Mets need a fast start out of the gate this year, and at one point during his confab with reporters, Wilpon made a rather public cry for help.
Boomer & Craig had a date night of sorts, as the Dynamic Radio Duo broke bread prior to attending Monday night’s Devils-Rangers game at the Garden.
Arguing on the trustee’s behalf, attorney David Sheehan scoffed at attempts to portray the Mets owners as “unsophisticated run-of-the-mill guys.”