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Omar Minaya: 'Wright Will Definitely Play Again'

Mets third baseman David Wright has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal column that can cause back and leg problems. Wright, who was already on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, will take a week off before resuming normal baseball activities and seeing how his body reacts. 523 more words


My Favorite Squadron Series Recap - Braves 2, Mets 1

“If you roll with Apu, I’m down with you!”

This intends to be exactly what it states at the top – a recap/look back at the last series of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon’s favorite squadron – The New York Mets. 551 more words


Halfway through Spring Training and...

I still do not care about this team. It really is amazing. After growing up obsessing over the Mets, as a kid whose biggest dream was to meet Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry, I am having trouble finding someone to root for on this team. 610 more words

New York Mets: Sandy Alderson's Team?

This week I will continue to examine the NL East and how its teams developed from 2010, this time looking at the New York Mets. Since 2010, there has not been much since to get excited about as the Mets have averaged an exceptionally mediocre 77 wins per season. 1,128 more words

Francisco Rodriguez wants $10 million to sign

Kenley Jansen being out 2-3 months following foot surgery led to speculation that the Dodgers may be interested in Francisco Rodriguez, with Bob Nightingale of USA Today… 89 more words

Paul reblogged this on Paul's Random Baseball Stuff and commented:

I thought K-Rod's 8-figure salary days were over since Omar Minaya is no longer a major league GM, but I guess he still thinks he's worth that much to some team. The Dodgers have certainly been willing to spend big money on other players, but I agree with Aaron Gleeman - they can come up with a more creative solution to their short-term closer problem..

Ex-Mets GM Omar Minaya Joins Players' Union

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya is leaving his job as senior vice president of the San Diego Padres to become a senior advisor to Major League Baseball Players Association head Tony Clark. 255 more words


Ex-Mets GM Omar Minaya disappointed at Mike Piazza HOF snub

(PIX11)– Former Mets General Manager Omar Minaya spoke with Scott Stanford about his time with the team, including his best and worst move.

He also expressed disappointment over Mets catcher Mike Piazza’s snub in the Hall of Fame induction. 14 more words