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General Managers Looking at Replays and Call-Upsnytimes.com Nov 7, 2012While the most exciting item of the day was Jason Bay's separation from the Mets, general managers spent the majority of Wednesday's meetings debating possible rule modifications to instant replay and September call-ups.Share Tweet
Now that Jason Bay's awful tenure with NY Mets is over, Sandy Alderson should go and get former Yankee Melky Cabreranydailynews.com Nov 7, 2012The Mets, of all teams, made the biggest news on the first day of the GM meetings Wednesday by issuing a press release that stated they had “agreed to part ways” with Jason Bay. It was a nice way of saying they had released the poor, luckless left fieShare Tweet
Reyes honored at ALS fundraiser in New YorkJose Reyes was honored Wednesday night at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards benefit dinner along with Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey and sports commentator Mary Carillo.Share Tweet
Attention on A-Rod after Bay's buyoutThe Mets moved aggressively to make the best of a difficult situation with the remaining years on Jason Bay's contract. Would the Yankees consider it with Alex Rodriguez's deal?Share TweetMets knuckleballer R.A. Dickey was honored Wednesday at the 18th annual Lou Gehrig Sports Awards benefit dinner that raised more than $800,000 for the ALS Association.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Nov 7, 2012Quick. Come up with reasons Art Howe should manage the Toronto Blue Jays. I have a few. The Blue Jays need a manager. Art Howe is a manager, maybe even a good one-he has a career 1129-1137 record, which isn't so bad given that he spent time running theShare TweetINDIAN WELLS, Calif. (AP) -- The New York Mets and Jason Bay agreed to terminate their contract a year early, a deal that makes the outfielder a free agent and allows the team to spread out the remaining $21 million it owes him.Share Tweet
Mets sign righty reliever Burke to Minors dealThe Mets and right-handed reliever Greg Burke agreed on a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Wednesday.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Nov 7, 2012Mets outfielder Lucas Duda broke his right wrist last month while moving furniture in his apartment, becoming another bullet point in a list of dumb baseball injuries, even just in 2012. More »Share Tweet