Mets fans have long been lamenting the one who got away. Add Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz to that list.
To Ike or not to Ike? That is the question. Is it better to say farewell to Ike Davis or suffer the slings and arrows of another potential ice-cold start from a player from whom so much was expected?
Soriano made his major league debut with the Yankees in 1999. He hit .284 with 98 home runs, 270 RBIs in parts of five seasons with New York.
Schumer issued a threat to the South American nation, warning its trade preferences with the U.S. would be in jeopardy if it allows Snowden in to avoid extradition on charges of espionage and theft of government property.
“I definitely feel like I haven’t gotten the truth,” Revis said. “Anyone can sit there and tell you to your face, ‘Yeah, you’re going to be a Jet.’ … I know it’s a lie.”
Weeks of speculation about the star cornerback’s future ended Sunday when the Jets traded the three-time All-Pro to the Bucs in exchange for the 13th overall pick in this week’s NFL draft and another selection next year.
Revis needs to participate in the Jets’ voluntary workouts beginning next week to collect $3 million in bonuses he’s scheduled to earn. And he’s “not happy about it,” according to the Post.
Vernon Wells is excited about the chance to wear the Yankees’ pinstripes.
Wells is on the verge of becoming the latest addition to the Yankees’ injury-depleted lineup.
The Bucs are the Jets’ only serious trade partner — and they’re losing patience, the New York Post reported.
So what’s the deal with Revis? Is he on the trading block or not?
It seems the Jets might have to scratch a serious suitor off the board if the Darrelle Revis saga drags on.
Woody Johnson told reporters that the Jets would like to keep Darrelle Revis, the subject of rampant trade rumors, “but we’re trying to make the team better. He’s on the team right now.”
The Jets are definitely trading Darrelle Revis, right? Maybe not. The team is entertaining offers but not “actively shopping” the NFL’s top cornerback, according to the New York Post.
The Revis watch is officially on. General manager John Idzik and the Jets are “poised” to trade the NFL’s top cornerback “in the coming days at the right price,” according to the Daily News.