It’s Day Two of the offseason for the Mets, and your sportswriters want blood.
Under the headline “Break up the Mets…PLEASE,” the Daily News says that the “comically oversized protective helmet” worn by David Wright after a brutal August beaning “might have been too big for his head – but it certainly fit the Read More
Be sure never to consult the Mets’ book on public relations.
On Monday afternoon, Mets general manager Omar Minaya held a press conference to announce that the director of player development, Tony Bernazard, was being let go. This came days after Daily News Mets beat reporter Adam Rubin broke a story that Mr. Bernazard Read More
The Mets had no shortage of disappointing losses during Willie Randolph’s tenure, but the team chose to fire him, along with pitching coach Rick Peterson and first base coach Tom Nieto, around 90 minutes after Monday night’s 9-6 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Randolph will be replaced by former White Sox manager Read More
For much of the second half, Orlando Hernandez was the Mets’ best pitcher. He solidified the starting rotation behind Tom Glavine as John Maine struggled and Pedro Martinez labored toward a return.
But as the season enters its final days with the Mets allowing an ungodly number of runs, the possible return of El Duque Read More