Before saying goodbye, Hernandez got something off his chest with regards to what he perceived to be a case of Boomer ‘big-timing’ him five years ago!
Though Boomer & Carton are fans of Figueroa and support him in his new role, they expressed disappointment with their famous friend on Wednesday.
Mets superfan Jerry Seinfeld is still down in the dumps over Bobby Ojeda’s departure from SNY. And he’s ready to do something about it.
“Last I checked, Fred is not the general manager. Last I checked, Jeff is not the general manager. Last I checked, Saul is not the general manager.”
What’s the deal with SNY? The TV home of the Mets is suddenly in the market for a new studio analyst after failing to reach an agreement with Bobby Ojeda, according to multiple reports.
“I think the tough part is to have to criticize players,” says the retired safety. “I’m starting to get used to it. I’m starting to have fun with it.”
Derek Jeter did it his way? When it comes to his final season, it was the wrong way, according to the fired-up “Loud Mouths” host.
Fired hitting coach Dave Hudgens says players have been “trying too hard” at Citi Field — and not just because of the ballpark’s pitcher-friendly dimensions.
Seinfeld will appear on the pregame show and then join Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling for the call of the game against the San Francisco Giants.
Mets starter Jonathon Niese is scheduled to undergo a follow-up MRI on his left shoulder.
SportsNet New York says Hernandez made an “honest mistake” when he used the term “dead soldier” to describe a broken bat on Memorial Day.
Say it ain’t so, Keith! Mets fans may soon be subject to something so startling we refuse to believe it: a bare-lipped Keith Hernandez.
Johan Santana pitched three scoreless innings in Brooklyn and will likely be activated by the Mets on Saturday.
The guys took a call from a Mets fan in Jersey by the name of Jaime, who admitted to watching the Mets’ Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons, on SNY last night to get a glimpse of pitching prospect Matt Harvey.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has always been a loyal Mets fan. But when limited partnerships of the club went on sale last year, he had zero interest in buying a piece.