Carter could always be counted on for a smile, a timely hit — and in 1986, a championship. Those close to the catcher joined WFAN to remember “The Kid” shortly after his passing.
He played hard. He played hurt. But mostly, Gary Carter played. Every day.
The back of Gary Carter’s baseball card speaks for itself. But what I will remember about him the most is Gary Carter–the man and the way he lived his life. He was a great teammate and one of the leaders on that championship team
Ron and Joanna Darling, and their son, Jordan, will help paint a six-unit condo building Saturday with a Habitat for Humanity team in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
With the Mets’ season having come to an end, Ron Darling has been freed from his SNY duties, which has allowed him to work as an analyst on TBS for the playoffs.
After chatting with Daniel Murphy about tonight’s Phillies-Mets game, the guys welcomed Ron Darling into the Allstate Studio to get the perspective of a former player/current analyst, which Darling certainly is.
68-year-old Davey Johnson, who will be forever remembered in New York for leading the Mets to the 1986 World Series title, is returning to the dugout — for the Nationals. “If you’re a Mets fan, it’s a sad day,” Ron Darling told the New York Daily News.
This weekend Hall of Famer Gary Carter revealed that doctors discovered four “very small” brain tumors after he had an MRI on Friday in Florida. Friends and former 1986 Mets teammates were stunned when they heard the news.
Tim McCarver didn’t shy away from discussing the Mets’ financial situation during a conference call in March, though according to the New York Post, the Fox analyst is sorry for his comments about SNY’s three-man TV team.
April 13th Mike Francesa hosts “Breakfast with Champions” with Ron Darling & Keith Hernandez!
There are plenty of questions regarding the Mets going into this season. Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez joined Boomer & Craig this morning to try and answer at least a few of them.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg called out the Yankees’ “awful” fans on Monday. Craig Carton suspects that Greenberg is angling to retain Cliff Lee by casting New York fans in a bad light.
One pitch. A pitch that zigged when it should have zagged, as it should have, as it had to, morphing into a microcosm of A.J. Burnett’s career and framing the unbending illogic of his bosses.
It’s beyond stupid. Joe Girardi, maybe thinking it was a Little League game or a Tuesday night game in Kansas City in May, defied Baseball 101 and decided to put the go-ahead run on base.
The Yankees have announced their probable rotation for the ALCS, and to Boomer and Craig’s surprise the much maligned A.J. Burnett is scheduled to pitch Game 4 in Texas.