The Mets “wouldn’t rule him out” based on his infamous 2010 arrest at Citi Field, Newsday’s Marc Carig reported on Twitter. But Carig also cautioned it’s unclear whether K-Rod is actually “in the mix.”
Santana took another step forward in a light bullpen Wednesday. It was the second time on a mound for the ace since Feb. 19, after which his workload was backed down over concerns his arm strength wasn’t where it needed to be.
“I would love to (return to the Mets),” Rodriguez said. “They’ve got a great coaching staff over there. To come back and redeem myself would be great … To be able to get one more shot and get it done would be great.”
Milwaukee Brewers reliever Francisco Rodriguez was arrested last month on a domestic violence complaint involving his girlfriend.
Anybody who has watched the Mets lately knows they sorely need bullpen help. How they get it is a major question. And perhaps a bigger question is, where SHOULD they get it from?
Two Mets players said all the right things this weekend about a possible reunion with Francisco Rodriguez. But apparently it’s not all so hunky-dory.
Despite being traded by New York nearly one year ago, Francisco Rodriguez has never ruled out a future reunion at Citi Field. Apparently the Amazin’s haven’t either.
K-Rod would rather close games — and hey, you never know. He could have that opportunity again in New York.
Mo’s record is under fire by some who question the validity of the stat. Does Rivera’s record deserve greater praise from the baseball community? Share your opinions inside.
The Mets have acquired lefthanded pitcher Daniel Herrera and righthanded pitcher Adrian Rosario from the Milwaukee Brewers to complete the trade that sent righthanded pitcher Francisco Rodriguez and cash considerations to the Brewers on July 12.
Prince Fielder hit a long home run early and a key single in the ninth inning Saturday, spoiling the Mets’ chances of a win against former closer Francisco Rodriguez
Mets fans may be rooting for K-Rod again this weekend. That is, rooting for him to blow a game.
August has not been kind to the Mets so far. New York has gone just 3 and 9 this month, continuing a trend over the past few seasons where things unravel during the final third of the baseball schedule.
As of Friday, only St. Louis and Arizona stand between the Mets and the Braves. They have nine games left with Atlanta, including six at Citi Field in August. They play three of those games this weekend — and these are urgent times for the Mets.
Francisco Rodriguez was dealt to the Brewers last week for two minor leaguers to be named later. So where does he rank on the Mets’ all-time leaderboard?