Articles Tagged ‘Omar Minaya’

New York Mets' David Wright runs down the baseline after hitting a three-run home run in the seventh inning of a spring training baseball game against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 in Viera, Fla. The Mets won 8-2. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

New York Mets in Store for Another Rough Season

The Mets are difficult to figure out. If they’re healthy, then they will have one of the deepest lineups in the National League. If they…



The Conversation: The Mets

This past Monday, the Mets finally pulled the plug, relieving GM Omar Minaya of his duties and declining the 2011 option of Manager Jerry Manuel….



New York Mets owner and CEO Fred Wilpon, right, and COO Jeff Wilpon speak to the media during a news conference on Monday, Oct. 4, 2010, at Citi Field in New York.  The New York Mets fired manager Jerry Manuel and general manager Omar Minaya on Monday, an expected shake-up of the big-spending ballclub after its second straight losing season. The Mets said a search is under way for a new GM, who will work with the team to hire a new manager. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Omar Minaya Left Legacy of Frustration, But Wilpons Must Now Change Ways

The inevitable came to fruition on Monday, when the Mets relieved GM Omar Minaya of his duties and declined the 2011 option of manager Jerry…



There was a time that Mets GM Omar Minaya seemed to know what he was doing. Now? Not so much.

Mets Need A New Plan, Not Omar Minaya

In his first years as Mets GM, when he seemingly…



The Year in Sports 2009

In reviewing the 2009 sports year in New York, the conversation clearly begins with the New York Yankees 27th World Series Championship. Then there was…



Hot Stove 2009 Preview: New York Mets

In 2009, the New York Mets were the worst baseball organization in the country, compiling the worst combined win-loss record from the minors all the way up to the bigs. As if things couldn’t get worse after the monumental collapses of 2007 and 2008, the Mets need, for the sake of their fans, to restock an organization that is in flux.