Matt Harvey drew an ovation from the crowd of 100-150 fans and high-fives from teammates after stepping off the mound Friday.
Terry Collins expects the Mets to be a playoff team, but he’s letting his players know that they should be doing their talking on the field.
“It’s just a little sore, it’s really a non-issue,” the slugger said Tuesday, when Mets position players were due to report to spring training.
He didn’t limit the session to fastballs. The 25-year-old threw some secondary stuff, and tossed a devastating curveball that manager Terry Collins called “stinkin’ dynamite.”
For all of the statistical analysis used in baseball today, David Wright sees things very simply: “There’s no question in my mind, if I do what I’m capable of doing, we’re a better offense.”
Manager Terry Collins had some rather interesting things to say about his team, his players and his expectations for 2015 over the last couple of days. So let’s take a listen back.
“We’ve been sitting around for four years asking everybody to be patient and even the players,” Collins said Saturday after the first workout for pitchers and catchers.
Terry Collins’ father, Loren “Bud” Collins, passed away at age 95 on Tuesday night.
“Cuddyer is a great signing. But believe me, when David gets healthy, that’s the difference.”
After four years of failure, Terry Collins says the time is now to produce. If it doesn’t happen right away, if the Mets break slowly out of the gate, he knows he’ll be gone just as fast.
Terry Collins thinks next season is going to be Amazin’. And after years of futility, that has to be music to Mets fans’ ears.
Between Collins, Fewell and Thursday Night Football, the Dynamic Radio Duo had their talking points to get this Football Friday party started right…
Some are wondering why the dugout altercation is becoming an issue now, comparing the situation to R.A. Dickey’s tumultuous final weeks as a member of the Mets in 2012.
Terry Collins will be the Mets’ manager in 2015. But he shouldn’t be. It’s just a shame that this franchise, supposedly on the rise, isn’t willing to take a risk.
The incredible shrinking stadium is about to get another makeover. The chronically run-starved Mets are moving in the fences — again — at Citi Field, according to multiple reports.