There is a new push to reduce the speed limit from 30 to 20 mph on many residential streets, CBS 2′s Don Champion reported.
General manager Brian Cashman, who famously F-bombed A-Rod’s last announcement, didn’t throw cold water on anything this time. But he didn’t exactly confirm it, either.
Let’s just say Jordany Valdespin didn’t handle being sent down to Triple-A very well.
It seems Wally isn’t so popular in Flushing these days — at least among Mets brass.
Triple-A manager Wally Backman says Ike Davis is “gonna get right” in Las Vegas. Well, maybe he will — with a little family support.
Really, would it make much difference if they did remove Davis from the lineup? Would the Mets suddenly go on a 10-game run because they excised the worst part of an unproductive lineup?
Davis to Triple-A? Don’t count on it. At least not yet.
New York brass informed Feliciano on Monday that he won’t make the Opening Day roster. The Mets want Feliciano to spend a month in the minors working on his velocity.
The team’s top pitching prospect will have to wait to get his first taste of the big leagues.
Barring an injury to one of the Mets projected starting pitchers, Wheeler likely will start the season at Triple-A Las Vegas.
Zack Wheeler was called-up to Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday. Is a big league call-up on the horizon?
The guys took a call from a Mets fan in Jersey by the name of Jaime, who admitted to watching the Mets’ Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons, on SNY last night to get a glimpse of pitching prospect Matt Harvey.
Andy Pettitte had a rough outing in his first Triple-A start of his comeback as he allowed five runs in five innings on Sunday.
It’s not Flushing, but hey, chilly Buffalo is still New York. And for 1986 champion Wally Backman, it’s still the Mets organization.
Taxi drivers say they’re getting fewer customers going from New Jersey into Manhattan because fewer people want to pay the tolls. The drivers themselves are left with the cost.