According to the New York Post, owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz have refinanced $450 million in loans that were borrowed against SportsNet New York, the cable network which airs the vast majority of Mets game throughout the season.
“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.”
The Mets reportedly aren’t budging in their trade demands for R.A. Dickey. But when it comes to negotiations to extend the knuckleballer, in seems one side may have acquiesced — even if just a bit.
David Wright didn’t sign a eight-year, $138 million extension with the Mets just to hang around with a fourth-place club.
David Wright is here to stay, and he has great expectations for a Mets team that has struggled for respectability in recent years.
Though it hasn’t been a home-run offseason, Mets fans have certainly had some cause to celebrate. And for now some more good new$.
David Wright and the New York Mets finalized an eight-year, $138 million contract on Tuesday, the largest deal in the team’s history.
t’s now a little over 7 weeks since baseball’s regular season ended – and both David Wright and R.A. Dickey remain unsigned by the Mets.
Wilpon would rather have both All-Stars return — even if they remain unsigned.
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.