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David Wright deal a start, but NY Mets also need to adopt winni…

David Wright deal a start, but NY Mets also need to adopt winning attitude

Finally, after all these years the Mets are going to have their legacy player, the homegrown star who finishes what he started in Queens and puts up numbers that will stand in the team record book for years, perhaps decades.
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  • Ex-pitcher Park, first S. Korean in MLB, retires

    Ex-pitcher Park, first S. Korean in MLB, retires

    CNNSI.com Nov 30, 2012
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- Former major leaguer Chan Ho Park is retiring after a career spanning nearly two decades in the United States, Japan and South Korea.
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  • Forever a Met, and Probably Never a Yankee

    Forever a Met, and Probably Never a Yankee

    nytimes.com Nov 30, 2012
    David Wright could become the first star in Mets history to spend his entire career with the club.
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  • Video - David Wright Gets Extension 01:14

    David Wright Gets Extension

    Nov 30
    Tim Kurkjian discusses David Wright's decision to sign an extension and spurn free agency.

Sports Columnists

  • Adande: Point taken -- November games count, too

    Nov 30
    Antawn Jamison and Jodie Meeks spark Lakers off bench as offense clicks.
  • Peter King: RGIII's smarts, skills leave opposing defenses scrambling

    Nov 30
    Pardon the cliché-fest, but it's the little things that, very often, are the difference between winning and losing in a football game. Sometimes they're so little that you don't see them when you watch the game, and you don't even notice on the fourth …
  • NFL Week 13 review: John Clayton's Last Call

    Nov 30
    The AFC playoff picture is mostly set, but the Steelers are making things interesting, writes John Clayton.
  • The Sports Guy's Week 13 picks and trying to keep up with all the changes …

    Nov 30
    The 2012 NFL season will be memorialized as the season football changed, but not necessarily for the better — plus Week 13 picks.