So the Mets won’t meet R.A. Dickey’s asking price and potential trade partners won’t meet New York’s trade demands. Something’s got to give.
Despite all the naysayers in the blogosphere, GM Sandy Alderson is doing exactly what he should be doing — keeping his options open.
Wilpon would rather have both All-Stars return — even if they remain unsigned.
The future of knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is still very much fluttering in the breeze. To trade or not to trade?
Ask the question, Mets fans: Would you rather see Cinderella or a World Series?
Call him H.D. Dickey — as in Hometown Discount? According to a report, the Mets may be able to retain R.A. Dickey for less than originally thought.
The Twitterverse exploded late Tuesday night when Action News in Jacksonville reported the Jaguars were “making a play” for the Jets’ popular backup quarterback ahead of Thursday’s trading deadline.
The chatter on the airwaves indicates there is a major movement to have Alex Rodriguez traded after yet another sub-par — well, that’s understating things a bit — postseason. But, really, they can’t be serious.
Brian Cashman and Yankees fans can agree on one thing: Alex Rodriguez is no longer a superstar. But then there’s the matter of his future in the Bronx.
Romney looks to come back from 47% don’t pay taxes remarks and attacks on China trade. But Romney has so many vulnerabilities on China it is hard to understand why he would pick this issue.
The first baseman didn’t sound too concerned Monday amid speculation that New York may move him this winter.
Hey, if the Jets managed to turn around Aaron Maybin on the defensive side, a former first-round pick who was widely considered a bust in Buffalo, why not Smith on the offensive line?
In the end, after two years of rumors, speculation and negotiations, the Nets failed to land the big man.
The Dwight Howard trade saga seems to be over, at least for now. The Brooklyn Nets have moved on to their backup plan, reaching an agreement on a reported four-year deal with Brook Lopez.
League sources told CBSSports.com on Tuesday that the Cavaliers have dropped out of consideration as potential trading partners with the Nets and Magic.