Any thing will be on the table tonight for a Mets Chat Room tonight at 7 p.m. I hope to see you online then. Thanks.
Such promise back then in 2004 when the Mets named Yankees coach Willie Randolph as their new manager. Coincidentally, on this day in 2004 the Phillies hired Charlie Manuel as their manager.
Can an argument be made the Mets acted too hastily with Randolph?
Randolph seemed destined for the Milwaukee job, but that went to Ken Macha. Randolph turned down an offer to coach in Washington under Manny Acta, which probably was a good thing. There could be other jobs.
-I’m planning a Mets Chat Room for Monday, 7 p.m.
-I’ll be watching the Giants and Cowboys tomorrow afternoon. If you want to chat, I will be around.
The following Mets have filed for free agency as of today:
Today (Nov. 1):
-RHP Orlando Hernandez: Nice knowing you.
Friday (Oct. 31):
-RHP Pedro Martinez: Would want him back as a fifth starter.
-Moises Alou: Say good-bye, but you know Omar.
-RHP Tony Armas: No interest.
-RHP Luis Ayala: Would re-sign for bullpen depth, but if it doesn’t work out no real loss.
-INF Ramon Martinez: Would be interested for bench depth, but no worries if it didn’t happen.
-LHP Ricardo Rincon: Being lefty helps him.
Thursday (Oct. 30):
-LHP Oliver Perez: You know what he is. Will be pricey.
-INF Damion Easley: I’ve always liked him, but don’t see him returning.
-RHP Matt Wise: Good-bye.
Let’s go under the assumption the Mets won’t break up their core, meaning David Wright, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and now, Carlos Delgado, will be around to hopefully torment NL pitchers or frustrate you guys with RISP.
The Mets don’t have a deep farm system, but there is talent down below.
Of this group, F-Mart, Niese, Parnell, Kunz and Murphy, who is the Met you’d least like to deal?