It’s always darkest before the dawn. And fans will see what awaits in Mets’ stockings this holiday season. Maybe G.M. Alderson can be a Sandy Claus to answer a myriad of Met wishes now and in the future.
Never over-estimate the power of the graphic t-shirt. The guy whose shirts failed to prevent the Mets from trading Jose Reyes is coming out with a new one with a new demand.
Former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya will be hired as a vice president of the San Diego Padres.
I’ll say it again: Sandy Alderson and Reyes’ representatives have a gentleman’s agreement that once he receives all of his offers, the Mets will be given a chance to talk to him about a long-term contract.
As a native New Yorker, who loathes all things Massachusetts, from the Red Sox to Bill Belichick to Ben Affleck, I must say Bobby Valentine, though sometimes a mutinous manager, is also a brilliant baseball man and a dangerous addition – particularly for the Yankees.
Pitcher-turned-outfielder Adam Loewen has agreed to a minor league contract with the New York Mets.
With the Winter Meetings around the corner in December, and the annual Rule 5 draft scheduled to take place, the Mets moved some of their top prospects onto their 40-man roster to protect them from being selected by other clubs.
Some of the priciest gifts purchased around this holiday season won’t arrive in a bow. Here are predictions as to where baseball’s Top 5 Free Agents will end up.
The Mets unveiled their plans for their 50th Anniversary season on Wednesday at CitiField, reaching back into their storied past while their present still very much remains a work in progress.
After the Mets finished their third straight losing season, general manager Sandy Alderson said he couldn’t be certain any player would be back next year but he expected David Wright would remain with the Mets.
What we need in this Reyes story is a quote. Too many people are guessing, theorizing, and pontificating as to what is going on. The agents for Reyes and most of the teams interested have not leaked much information and that has people grasping for things.
Ed Coleman discusses the Mets’ chances of holding onto Jose Reyes and various free agent options for the Amazins.
Lawyers say they’ve reached a tentative settlement of a lawsuit blaming the New York Mets’ owners for losing more than $16 million in 401(k) assets by investing with failed financier Bernard Madoff.
The Mets announced Monday they are moving the walls in by as much as 12 feet next season, lowering the height to 8 feet and changing the color to blue.
You know, we all say the New York baseball fan is smarter and more perceptive than any other fans in the country, but if the truth be told we’re as provincial as any of those other fans. When our baseball teams are out, we shut down.