“I’m not after Terry’s job,” Wally Backman said. “But my goal is definitely to manage in the big leagues.”
No matter where the Mets end up this year, I hope the organization realizes Terry Collins is the right man to lead this team. His kind of passion in the manager’s chair does not grow on trees.
Jenrry Mejia was one of the Mets’ top prospects just 12 short months ago, but a lame-duck manager misused and at times abused his young arm.
Last year, we saw Jerry Manuel time and time again show no emotion when the Mets lost game after game in ugly fashion. In 2011, one thing is for sure — Terry Collins will not stand idly by and watch his season go down the drain
One turn through the Mets’ projected rotation for 2011 and the results are better than expected. Granted it’s early, but the starters have more than held their own in the initial going.
The Mets finally won something. Yorvit Torrealba lost his grievance against team Thursday when an arbitrator ruled the Mets had the right to not complete a $14.4 million, three-year agreement with the catcher in November 2007.
Wally Backman was passed over for Terry Collins as the next manager of the Mets, but the fiery Double-A manager still has a firm believer in Darryl Strawberry.
The Mets have tapped Wally Backman to replace Tim Teufel as manager of New York’s Double-A Binghamton farm team.
If you’re a praying person, chances are that when you hold hands around the Thanksgiving dinner table tomorrow you’re unlikely to thank your deity for the arrival of Terry Collins.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson began interviewing candidates for the team’s managerial opening, meeting with Bob Melvin and Dave Jauss.
Dana Brown is the latest candidate to interview with the New York Mets about their vacant general manager position.
The Wilpons said all the right things when they dismissed GM Omar Minaya and Manager Jerry Manuel on Monday. Now we’ll see if the hard lessons have been learned.
To no one’s surprise the Mets said goodbye to both Jerry Manuel and Omar Minaya Monday and now a new era begins in Mets land.
Jeff Wilpon, COO of the New York Mets, joined Boomer & Carton to talk about the organization’s future after firing manager Jerry Manuel and general manager Omar Minaya.
To nobody’s surprise, the Mets cleaned house on Monday – letting go both Jerry Manuel and Omar Minaya.