Meet the Mets
As the first week of Met GM interviews wraps up, we get to hear from Jon Daniels whose Texas Rangers are facing the Yankees in the ALCS. Daniels refused to dismiss the speculation that he would consider returning home to Queens to help fix the Mets. At this point, however, you may have lost track of all the names out there. Patrick Flood puts them all out there and in perspective.
Jon Niese had a very nice 2010 and part of that was that he didn't allow a single stolen base the entire season.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis picked up two hits and a blood nose in yesterday's AFL action.
Met fan Timothy Cassidy is not helping to improve our bragging rights over the Phillies and the guy who intentionally vomited on a family.
Hisanori Takahashi is looking for a two-year deal.
Met fan Derek Mollins is getting proactive about the Oliver Perez situation and is organizing a fund drive to collect the $12 million needed to buyout the contract.
Darryl Strawberry sat down with the New York Times in his new Douglaston restaurant.
Bobby Valentine seems like a good candidate for the Seattle job, but what are the potential difficulties with such a pairing?
National manager Jim Riggleman is trying to decide what to do with Nyjer Morgan next year.
Royals Review takes some air out of the truism that having the #1 farm system is a key to success.
The Phillies may have had some big names injured throughout the year, but they were still in the bottom third of teams in MLB in terms of days spent on the DL.
And, finally, Rob Iracane helps you to understand which managerial candidates will fulfill MLB quota system.