Found November 23, 2011 on
Long Island Met Fan:
Nothing like a quiet offseason. Of course that should change after thanksgiving with the Meetings starting December 5th.. The Mets will make some big moves I am sure. Maybe signing defensive whiz Jack Wilson to back up Tejada. Or how about someone like Jason Marquis to be this years Chris Capuano. Can you feel the excitement?
Here are some pics of the Mets making some changes at Citi Field
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The Mets have offered Jose Reyes salary arbitration, according to Adam Rubin.Despite some changes free agent compensation in the CBA, Reyes’ status remains unchanged and he is still considered a Type-A free agent and if he declines arbitration the Mets would be guaranteed two draft picks as compensation.The Mets will automatically get a sandwich pick between the first and second...
Nineteen year old, right handed short stop Wilmer Flores is the Mets #4 prospect, ranked #39th in top 50 prospects and #4 amongst short stops. This year in FSL Flores hit .269 with 26 doubles, 9 home runs and 81 RBIs. But the youngster isn't doing so well in winter ball...
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The trustee suing New York Mets principal owner Fred Wilpon and family in an attempt to recover alleged profits from Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme scored a modest victory Wednesday.
Michael Baron: In talking with fans both here and on Twitter, it seems a lot of people are anxious for the Mets to make some kind of moves, and for good reason. However, the new CBA just got signed, and the course the Mets take has a lot to do with where Jose Reyes decides to go, and Sandy has said that process will be slow.
The winter meetings run from December 5 – 8 in Dallas...
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, a huge Mets fan, is creating quite a buzz these days with his decision to name his dog after shortstop Jose Reyes.Another funny quote from Seinfeld came when he appeared on David Letterman on Wednesday night and said:“You want to know why the dog is named Jose? … The dog is named Jose because I feel like we may lose Jose Reyes, and we’re trying to keep...
It was almost immediately upon meeting in the summer of 1994 that R.A. Dickey and Jonathan Johnson, two future first-round Draft picks of the Rangers, struck up a friendship.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Mets' owners have been ordered to undergo a jury trial if the case against them by the trustee for the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme goes forward.
Based on the current market for shortstops, “It is looking more and more like the Phillies will either have to sign Rollins, make an unlikely run at Jose Reyes, or resign themselves to playing 2012 with a huge offensive drop off at short stop,” according to David Murphy of the Philadelphia Daily News.
Jim Salisbury of Comcast Philly says that, while the Phillies are interested...
The Mets’ rebuilding effort hit a bit of a stumbling block yesterday, when restrictions on how much teams can pay draft picks and international free agents were included in MLB’s new collective bargaining agreement.
“We traditionally haven’t gone crazy with draft picks, but we did go over this...
According to Matt Eddy of Baseball America, the Mets have signed RF Adam Loewen to a minor league contract.
Loewen, who will be 28 in April, is a converted pitcher and has primarily played right field since 2008. He hit .306 with a .377 on base percentage with 17 home runs and 85 RBI in 134 games with Triple-A Las Vegas in 2011. He’s a career .188 hitter in 14 big league games.
Jerry Seinfeld’s baseball allegiance is pretty well known in the sports world to be the New York Mets. He hasn’t kept quiet as the team has struggled, and wants the team to resign free agent shortstop Jose Reyes. He decided to make this known by buying a dog and naming him Jose Reyes, possibly for [...]
OK, so I take back everything I said about "Jose Reyes" being a terrible name for Jerry Seinfeld's new dog. Don't get me wrong: I still contend that he doesn't want a lifelong reminder of a big disappointment every time the hound rubs against his feet or digs up his garden. He should have gone the safe route and named him 'Kranepool.'
But I admit that...