Report: Wally Backman Could Stick With Mets For 2015The Mets are keeping their front office intact, and manager Terry Collins is expected to return next season. Then there's the case of fan favorite Wally Backman.
Sweeny: A Look Back: Baseball In New York On July 1, 1987On July 1, 1987, 24-hour sports talk radio was born, and boy did baseball look different.
Terry Collins Not Happy After Mets' Latest Sloppy EffortMets manager Terry Collins is tired of his team's recent poor play. "We've got to get it stopped," he said Tuesday night. "We've got to turn it around right now."
Coutinho: Great Team Chemistry Has Fueled Mets' SuccessIf the first 50 games are any indication, this might be a season to remember.
Coutinho: Mets Daniel Murphy Working Hard On His DefenseWe all know Daniel Murphy can hit. After all, he was a doubles machine last year and was fifth in the league in batting prior to his injury. The question is: Can he consistently field the position well enough to be in there every day?
Mets' Wally Backman Named Manager Of Triple-A Buffalo BisonsIt's not Flushing, but hey, chilly Buffalo is still New York. And for 1986 champion Wally Backman, it's still the Mets organization.
Report: Mets' Wally Backman 'Considering The Possibility' Of Job With NationalsIs it too soon to call the Nationals "'86 South"? According to the New York Post, Wally Backman is "considering the possibility" of teaming up in Washington with former Mets manager Davey Johnson.
Collins To Mookie: No Hard Feelings; Mets' Alderson Says Change Was Needed1986 legend Mookie Wilson has been let go by the Mets. Again.
Coleman's Corner: The Mets' Coaching Carousel SpinsThe winds of change blew through the Mets' coaching staff on Wednesday, and when the gale subsided, four coaches were gone.
Coutinho: Hale Will Be Missed, But Mets Coaching Changes Make SenseThe Mets have announced some coaching changes for 2012 and my immediate reaction is that losing Chip Hale is a big hit while adding Tim Teufel as third base coach and Ricky Bones as bullpen coach makes sense.
Teufel Vs. Teufel: Ex-Mets Star Loses Buffalo Bisons Triple-A Game To SonWell, no need for a scouting report here. Tim Teufel's son made his Triple-A debut Thursday night -- and dad was there, all right.
Former Met Tim Teufel Dragged Into Madoff MessFormer New York Mets player Tim Teufel is among the hundreds of Bernard Madoff investors who have been asked to return bogus profits from the fraudster's Ponzi scheme.