Two Mets players said all the right things this weekend about a possible reunion with Francisco Rodriguez. But apparently it’s not all so hunky-dory.
Despite being traded by New York nearly one year ago, Francisco Rodriguez has never ruled out a future reunion at Citi Field. Apparently the Amazin’s haven’t either.
Anthony says he’s doesn’t want to go anywhere. Nearly 13 months after being acquired from Denver, Melo found himself thrust once again into the trade deadline spotlight Wednesday.
The Yankees general manager decided he liked the hand he held and passed on the chance to add to New York’s roster Sunday at the July 31 deadline for trades without waivers.
The Mets are a playoff contender right now, and if they are within five games of a playoff spot, they will not be sellers at the trade deadline.
After an impressive 6-4 road trip in which the Mets took a three-game series from two of the hottest teams in baseball, they come home 4.5 games out of a wild card spot. So, everyone wants to know what the Mets will do at the deadline.
Trading Jose Reyes may seem unthinkable to most Mets fans — but it would be logical for the organization to move their franchise player before the July 31st trading deadline.
We are one day closer to the Monday’s NHL trade deadline. Brian Monzo joined me to continue our running dialogue on the deadline.
With plenty of moves already having taken place and more moves expected between now and February 28, Neil Keefe and Brian Monzo started a running dialogue about the trade deadline and its impact on the Rangers, Devils and Islanders.
Each day brings a new story about Carmelo Anthony. Will he go to New Jersey, New York or maybe even stay in Denver? “I don’t know. I can’t look that far ahead. I can’t look into February,” Anthony said on Tuesday.
By: Zachary Finkelstein New York – Up against Major League Baseball’s trade deadline, the New York Yankees acquired three players in less than 24 hours time this past weekend. The first move went down Friday, […]
Just one off-day remains before the start of the second half, and the start of what should be a three-team race for the ages in the AL East. So much happened over the first 88 […]