Report: Mets' Collins Says 2017 Could Be His Final SeasonCollins, who at 67 is the oldest manager in Major League Baseball, cited the physical demands of the job as the main reason he's considering calling it a career.
Francesa: Mets' Collins Deserves Credit For Resurgence Of Granderson, BruceManager Terry Collins deserves plenty of credit for sticking with them and finding a way to eventually get big contributions from each, WFAN's Mike Francesa said Thursday.
Francesa, Coleman: Terry Collins Has Done A Good Job In Tough SeasonDespite an onslaught of injuries this season, Collins' Mets are just one game out of the wild card heading into Tuesday night's game at Cincinnati.
Palladino: Collins Must Hope Roster Roulette Pays Off Big Down StretchBe it by luck of the roll or just the plain dumb blindness of youth, the Mets could well take this final stretch and breeze their way into that one-game play-in.
Palladino: Firing Collins Might Be Unavoidable If Mets Miss PostseasonReady the banners. Prepare the torches and pitchforks. The annual “Fire Terry Collins” movement appears headed into full gear.
Collins Says Awful Mets Are 'Going To Get After It' Starting FridayThe manager spoke for 3 minutes, 27 seconds, his voice rising with emotion, his hands gesturing, tapping his chest and the table in front of him during a brutal assessment of his players' desire and professionalism.
Kallet: Mets' Collins Suddenly Has A Dilemma In The OutfieldBarring injury, Terry Collins will have plenty of juggling to do in the second half of the season.
Mets All-Stars Tight-Lipped After Not Being Used In Midsummer ClassicThe Mets' Terry Collins managed the National League team and hand-picked the closer and 43-year-old starter for the team. But he did not send either to the mound in the Midsummer Classic, which the American League won 4-2.
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.