Articles Tagged ‘Roy Halladay’
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….
Doc Halladay’s postseason no-hitter was a transcendent performance, an artistic masterpiece.
For only the second time in the history of baseball, a no-hitter has been thrown in the postseason.
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.
Faced with another 100-loss season in 1964, Mets manager Casey Stengel bemoaned the team’s dearth of talent in his now-familiar eloquence. “See that fellow over there? He’s 20 years old,” Stengel said to a group of reporters. “In 10 years he has a chance to be a star. Now that fellow over there, he’s 20, too. In 10 years he has a chance to be 30.”