The Mets will pay $90 million for their awful roster next year. How about the year after that?
The Fernando Martinez Era has not gone as planned.
Bankruptcy seems to be an option, though the owners maintain they're not selling.
Despite the Mets' efforts to dissuade him, Dickey is Africa-bound next month.
But definitely not $20 million worth of fun.
The Mets don't have Jose Reyes or Angel Pagan anymore, but there are four new fellas.
He's going to be a Miami Marlin, people. What does that mean for a Mets fan?
After nine years with the Mets, Reyes signed a massive deal to join Miami.
It's disappointing to see the Alderson era marked with as many shifting statements as came from his predecessors.
The former Mets manager is a front-runner for Boston's vacant position.
One report says the Marlins initial offer is for $90 million over six years.
Despite the weekend's hullabaloo, Reyes remains a free agent.
Hot stove 2011, everybody.
The knuckleballer spoke with The Sports Section.