Owners can’t be fired, but one disgruntled Mets fan is determined to get Fred and Jeff out of Queens.
Barring a miraculous turnaround, Collins will be gone at the end of the 2013 season. If the Wilpons had any heart at all, they’d put this good man out of his misery.
If and when GM Sandy Alderson lays an extension in front of his third baseman, be it in the summer or early in the offseason, it had better be a fat one.
Reyes joining the Marlins can only leave Mets fans with feelings of what could have been. With stable ownership, Reyes would have been NY’s centerpiece for years to come.
David Einhorn, the Mets’ new minority partner (pending approval), was once again at Citi Field on Monday, and spoke to the media for the first time in person.
An amazin’ group of fans were willing to step right up and own the Mets — until MLB put the kibosh on their bid.
The Mets have even more problems to worry about than just the start of spring training in the coming weeks. In fact, these problems could change the direction of the franchise for years to come. Those problems are major money issues with the owners.