It's a new year, new management, and a new outlook for the New York Mets. All this newness, however, has not necessarily been universally popular around Met world. Joe Janish is fairly representative of this crowd and he is ticked that he has nothing to look forward to in 2011. While Janish doesn't go so far as to demand cleaning house, others certainly have. Andrew Vazzano offers his site as a buffer against the #FireSandy crowd.
The Mets may not have a no-hitter to their credit, but their prospect Dylan Owen now does.
JC Bradbury is hanging up his spikes and ending his Sabernomics blog.
Bryce Harper's hot winter league performance has opened up the possibility of him winning a roster spot in Spring Training.
Matthew Coller says that the Baseball Hall of Fame is suffering financially from the baseball writers' steroid sanctimony.
Weird story from the Dominican Republic, as Baltimore pitcher Alfredo Simon is the main suspect in the shooting of two people.
Lastings Milledge is this offseason's youngest free agent.
And, finally, John Sickels is out with his preliminary grades of the Phillies' top 20 prospects. It's kind of depressing.