Palladino: Collins’ Snipe At Mets' PR Wiz Horowitz A Function Of PressureManagers tend to get cranky when the proverbial bullets fly like a nest of hornets around their team. Terry Collins has that right now. And, guess what? He cracked a bit.
Terry Collins Apologizes For Insulting Mets' PR Director At News ConferenceMets manager Terry Collins apologized both by phone and publicly after snapping at the team's longtime public relations director during Wednesday's news conference.
Collins Takes Out Frustration On Mets' PR Director At News ConferenceClearly frustrated, Mets manager Terry Collins resorted to name-calling when Horwitz, the team's public relations director, urged the skipper to address Syndergaard's status at his postgame news conference.
Collins On Awful Mets: 'We're Going To Shake Some Things Up'Changes are coming for the New York Mets. That's what happens when a club with championship aspirations gets outscored 15-4 during three straight home losses to the worst team in the National League.
Mets' Collins Out Of Hospital, Will Manage Tuesday Night's GameCollins, 67, was taken to a hospital Sunday for precautionary tests after not feeling well before the Mets' series finale at Milwaukee.
Manager Terry Collins Taken To Hospital Prior To Mets GameMets manager Terry Collins was being taken to a hospital on Sunday for precautionary tests after not feeling well before New York's series finale against Milwaukee.
Mets' Harvey Will Make Next Scheduled StartIn a 7-4 loss to the Nationals on Tuesday, he allowed five runs on eight hits, including three homers, over five innings.
Mets' Collins: Matz Slated To Return To Mound FridayMatz missed his scheduled start Saturday in Colorado with a sore elbow.
Schwei’s Mets Notes: Manager Ejections, Struggles Vs. Kershaw And MoreThe Mets hit only .215 and scored 32 runs on the 11-game road trip, including just nine in the three games at Coors Field.
Mets Set To Raise NL Flag Before Home Opener Friday Vs. PhilliesThe last recollection the New York Mets have from Citi Field is losing the World Series after squandering a late lead in Game 5.
Armed And Ready: Cespedes, Mets Prepare To Play FavoritesThat surprising run to the World Series last season did a couple of significant things for the New York Mets: It reinvigorated a struggling franchise — and put a sizable target square on its back.
Mets' Collins Concerned About 'Dead Arm' In BullpenCollins said he has noticed a dip recently in the velocity readings for "a lot of guys" coming out of the bullpen.