Mets manager Terry Collins yanked David Wright out of a game the other night because the manager was afraid that Wright might be the target of a retaliation pitch. Maybe they should just play tee ball?
After soaring through their first four games, the New York Mets hit a wall. It wasn't because their luck ran out, but rather, David Wright fractured his pinkie -- preventing him from playing another game.
When Mets owner Fred Wilpon channeled former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner in the May 30th issue of the New Yorker Magazine, he did what his team hasn't been able to do in three years: get me interested in the his team again.