Lichtenstein: No Titles, But Local Sports Had Plenty To Be Thankful For In 2017The New York City area has had a championship dry spell since, well, I submitted my first Thanksgiving post six years ago.
Report: New Posting Deal Reached, Opening Door To Otani Coming To MLBMLB owners are scheduled to vote for ratification on Dec. 1, and Otani is expected to be posted then or the following day, the report said.
Reports: Mets Discuss Trade For Kinsler With TigersIn the market for a second baseman, the Mets have reportedly explored the possibility of trading for four-time All-Star Ian Kinsler.
Jose Altuve, Giancarlo Stanton Win MVP AwardsAaron Judge's bid to become just the third player in major league history to win Rookie of the Year and Most Valubable Player in the same season fell short Thursday, as Astros second baseman Jose Altuve was named American League MVP.
Mets Announce New Coaching StaffThe Mets officially announced the hires Wednesday. The coaches include three holdovers from Terry Collins' staff and four new faces.
Report: Mets Ready To Battle Big Boys For Japan's OtaniShohei Otani wants to play in the majors. The Yankees, Red Sox, and Dodgers figure to be competing for his services. But don't count out the Mets, too.
Terry Francona On WFAN: Mets 'Got A Special One' In CallawayMickey Callaway's former boss had high praise for the new Mets manager Tuesday.
Carlos Beltran Announces Retirement After 20 SeasonsCarlos Beltran is retiring at age 40 after winning his first World Series title in his 20th major league season.
Mets To Hire Gary DiSarcina As Bench CoachThe Mets are set to hire Gary DiSarcina as their bench coach, rounding out rookie manager Mickey Callaway's staff.
Mets Pick Up Options For Cabrera, BlevinsAsdrubal Cabrera is getting his wish: The Mets are picking up his option.
Mets Hire Dave Eiland As Pitching Coach, Promote Pat Roessler To Hitting CoachThe Mets' coaching staff under new manager Mickey Callaway will include some news faces as well as some familiar ones.
Silverman: Astros-Dodgers Not Yet An All-Time Great World SeriesWFAN.com's Steve Silverman has been watching the World Series since 1964 and chronicling it since 1981. Here's his list of the 10 best.

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