Mets Give GM Sandy Alderson Contract ExtensionMets general manager Sandy Alderson has been given a contract extension, a move that was long expected. The team announced the agreement Wednesday, but the length of his new deal was not specified.
Keidel: Stingy Mets Disappear Deeper Into Yankees' ShadowYeah, it's like that. While the Yanks, who came within nine innings of the World Series, donned their Darth Vader mask by trading for NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton, the Mets are dishing about Rule 5 drafts.
Report: Alderson Expected To Return To Mets, But Collins' Fate UnclearMets general manager Sandy Alderson is reportedly expected to return next season. As for manager Terry Collins' future? That remains murky.
Mets Promote No. 2 Prospect Dominic SmithThe Mets have called up their No. 2 prospect, first baseman Dominic Smith, who MLB.com ranks as the 41st-best prospect in baseball.
Report: Signs Point To Alderson Returning To Mets In 2018General manager Sandy Alderson will likely be back with the Mets next season, according to a report.
Wally Backman: Sandy Alderson Is Blackballing MeWally Backman is accusing Mets general manager Sandy Alderson of blackballing him from landing a managerial job.
Alderson Says Mets 'Extremely Disappointed' Over FamiliaA complaint in municipal court in Fort Lee, New Jersey, dated Oct. 31 alleged the All-Star pitcher caused "bodily injury to another." A hearing is scheduled for Nov. 14.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson: Tebow Signing Not About T-Shirt RevenueMets general manager Sandy Alderson is defending the team's deal with Tim Tebow, saying the decision is about baseball and not any opportunity to sell merchandise.
Kallet: Bruce Will Help Mets, But Without Healthy Cespedes They're ToastBruce will slot in nicely behind Yoenis Cespedes in the cleanup spot, providing the Cuban slugger some much-needed protection.
Mets' Alderson Hopes To Acquire Bullpen Help Prior To Trade DeadlineAt last year's trade deadline, Sandy Alderson fed a big meal to New York Mets fans hungry for a title, acquiring Yoenis Cespedes. This year, the general manager is more likely to add a side of fries.
Alderson: Mets' Harvey Weighing Season-Ending SurgeryHarvey could also elect to have "temporary, conservative treatments," Alderson said. If the pitcher chooses surgery, the recovery time would be four months, ending his season early.
Mets GM: David Wright Considering Neck SurgeryThe third baseman was placed on the disabled list June 3 with a herniated disc in his neck and was expected to miss at least six to eight weeks.