So Long Jose Reyes?


Jose Reyes has said that he will not talk about a contract extension with the New York Mets after the season starts. That’s fine with me. Maybe it will give him something to play for. Guys tend to play better […]

New York Mets Blog Resolutions For 2011

My New York Mets Blogger Resolutions for 2011 1. I will not complain about the contracts of Luis Castillo, Oliver Perez and Carlos Beltran. What’s done is done, the past cannot be altered regardless of what the Doctor, Amy Pond […]

Mets Second Base Logjam

The New York Mets are going to need to play about 80 preseason games to give each of their second base options a decent look. Right now, the favorite appears to be Daniel Murphy. You wouldn’t think someone whose only […]

Mets Fans Need To Stop Drinking The Kool-Aid

Mets fans are delusional. I should know, I am one. Article after article propose that the Mets get rid of Luis Castillo via the trade. Whether it be in a package deal for Jacoby Ellsbury or Tom Gorzelanny, or straight […]

The Mets New Coaching Staff

Mr Met

The New York Mets named Terry Collins’ coaching staff on Monday. Ken Oberkfell will be the bench coach. Oberkfell has been the manager of the Mets’ Triple-A affilate for the past six seasons, through three different cities, Norfolk, New Orleans […]

Mets Enter Winter Meetings With Savings In Mind

The Mets plan for the off-season appears to be one of ‘action in the form of inaction’. New GM Sandy Alderson let Hisanori Takahashi become a free agent without much of a fight, then Pedro Feliciano declined arbitration and will […]

Mets Hire Terry Collins As New Manager

On Tuesday, the New York Mets introduced Terry Collins as the 20th manager in their 50 year history. Collins served as the organization’s minor league field coordinator this past season. He previously managed the Houston Astros from 1994 to 1996 […]

Mets Managerial Search Enters Final Phase

The New York Mets began the final round of their managerial search on Wednesday. Former Diamondback manager Bob Melvin met with GM Sandy Alderson and COO Jeff Wilpon for two hours in the Waldorf Astoria Orlando. Next on the list […]

Alderson Fails First Test

New Mets GM Sandy Alderson failed his first real test. He allowed left-handed pitcher Hisanori Takahashi to get away. “Hisanori wanted to test the free agent market,” new Mets GM Sandy Alderson said in a statement. “We thank Hisanori for […]

Takahashi Set To Leave Mets

The New York Mets pitching priorities start with resigning free agent Hisanori Takahashi, the teams MVP (Most Versatile Pitcher) because the deadline to sign him is October 31. The Japanese rookie did it all in 2010, long reliever, starter and […]

Mets Fans Gloat About Yankees/Phillies Failures

You can’t call it karma, but it felt just as sweet. The two teams Mets fans least wanted to see in the World Series (Yankees & Phillies) will be doing the same thing as the Mets during the Fall Classic: […]

10 Things We Learned About The Mets In 2010, Part Two

6 – Angel Pagan is for real If it wasn’t for Angel Pagan this season the Mets and the Nationals would have fought to stay out of last place in the NL East. His numbers did tail off at the […]