When Steven Cohen took over the New York Mets the hope was they would be one of the top spenders in the league, and they would attract a great general manager, and so far, they got close with both.
The Mets had the third-highest payroll but still 11 million under the
When was the last time the Mets had an owner that would routinely chat with his fanbase? Never? The dark cloud of the Wilpon era is lifting because Steven Cohen is the opposite personality. He’s talking to his potential customers on Twitter.
One day bring back Old-Timers’ Day was a topic,
Nobody is sure that the Mets will be aggressive in the free agent market this year. So far general manager, Sandy Alderson has accepted the resignation from Terry Collins and made him his special assistant. Then he fired Dan Warthen and stated he will stay with the team. Mets trainer
It has not been an easy season for Michael Conforto.
He has gone through slumps. He has been benched, and he was even demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas.
Despite all that, Conforto can atone for his awful season by having a good September and maybe a good postseason.
He could be on his
When you’re at a Mets Father’s Day Game the horrific thought of a no-hitter being tossed by the opposition creeps into your mind. The Jim Bunning 1964 “perfect game” predates most of us yet we know of the horror. Well yesterday I felt like that was possible. Braves starter, Julio
(this article was printed last season)
As www.metsblog.com reported Reds all-star third baseman, Todd Frazier is on the trading block. He has a $7.5 million dollar price tag for this year and arbitration after that. The Reds are looking for major league ready talent and I have just the package for
Prior to last night’s Mets’ 4-0 loss to the Pirates at Citi Field, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson announced David Wright could have season-ending neck surgery.
This shouldn’t be surprising. Wright has played through an injury since spring training. It never got better for him. It was hard to believe his
When Citi Field was built in 2009, Mets owner Fred Wilpon and Jeff Wilpon envisioned the park having many sellouts in its infancy.
It took seven years, but finally, the relatively new ballpark has been drawing big crowds this season as a result of the Mets’ success from last season.