Alderson’s opening remarks, via MetsBlog
The 2012 Mets
One of the consensus issues Mets fans (and I) had with Omar Minaya was that despite many successful individual moves that he made, he lacked an overall vision for the Mets. He never seemed to have the mentality of, “This is what a winning team looks like, this is what a well-rounded team should be made of, and that’s what I’m gonna get, and here’s how I’ll do...
Advanced Screening of “The Last Play at Shea” on Thursday, October 21st The movie masterfully weaves together the story of the New York Mets, Shea Stadium, and Billy Joel, and how they all interconnect. Click here for a full review I did a few months ago. The anchor New York location is the Ziegfeld Theatre, 10/21 at 8pm. You can get details on how to attend at TheLastPlayAtShea.com
With all going oh so perfect in Phillyland, what... →
sportsnetny: Kinda sad, I’d say. Jeez, do people in Philadelphia have a complex or what? We are flattered you’re even thinking of us, but boy is it sad!
I just think the Mets’ problems go much deeper than letting go the manager and...– Newsday’s Neil Best asked SNY’s Ron Darling (on a TBS conference call previewing the playoffs) what he thought of the Mets news. (via sportsnetny)
mknell: inothernews: sportsnetny: Note to Ken Burns, you CANNOT make a baseball documentary, devote a major part of that documentary to 9/11 and then leave out this surreal moment by Mike Piazza. Just can’t do it sir. A great, great moment in New York City; a great, great moment in baseball. Tears and chills. Every time. Indelible.
The Mets will announce shortly after the season that general manager Omar Minaya...– Jon Heyman