Darryl Strawberry will race up 1,576 steps and 86 floors to the Observatory on Tuesday with about 100 other participants as part of the Empire State Building Run-Up to raise money for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
Wally Backman was passed over for Terry Collins as the next manager of the Mets, but the fiery Double-A manager still has a firm believer in Darryl Strawberry.
The Mets have tapped Wally Backman to replace Tim Teufel as manager of New York’s Double-A Binghamton farm team.
Could we maybe give the guy a chance? If you listen to Mets fans, new manager Terry Collins might as well have a two month contract.
General manager Sandy Alderson joined Boomer & Carton Wednesday, one day after introducing Terry Collins as the 20th manager in Mets’ history.
If you’re a praying person, chances are that when you hold hands around the Thanksgiving dinner table tomorrow you’re unlikely to thank your deity for the arrival of Terry Collins.
Terry Collins chased jobs all the way to Japan and China in the 11 years since he last managed a major league club just to find a place in a dugout. Rejuvenating the New York Mets, though, might be his toughest challenge of all.
To say it was a crazy Sunday of football would be an understatement, but here goes. It was a crazy Sunday of football.
Chip Hale will remain with the Mets as third base coach after finishing a “close second” for New York’s managerial job, according to WFAN’s Jon Heyman.
Terry Collins is a major league manager once again, hired by the New York Mets to help revitalize a franchise that has struggled on the field and at the gate.
After completing second interviews with four finalists, the New York Mets plan to select their next manager no later than Monday.
Craig says that Rex Ryan’s Jets are the most overrated 7-2 team of all time. Then he goes on to predict a Gang Green blowout of the Houston Texans…
New general manager Sandy Alderson conducted second interviews Wednesday with Bob Melvin and Chip Hale, accompanied by chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon and three other front-office staff.
Forget the external candidates and bring on the in-house boys – the Mets’ Final Four is down to Terry Collins, Bob Melvin, Chip Hale and Wally Backman.
Terry Collins, Bob Melvin, Wally Backman and Chip Hale became finalists for New York Mets manager when the team narrowed the field Tuesday night to four candidates who all worked for the organization this year.