Brodie Van Wagenen made a splash in his first move as Mets GM. He acquired All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano and 2018’s best closer Edwin Diaz from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Jay Bruce, Anthony Swarzak, outfield prospect Jarred Kelenic, pitching prospect Justin Dunn, and pitcher Gerson Bautista. I wrote a column for WFAN below explaining why Mets fans should be thrilled with the trade.
It’s the same nonsense every August. Players come back from the long offseason and people want to overreact in one way or another about how they perform when the games don’t count. I wrote a column for WFAN about the overhype that surrounds the NFL preseason.
This has been about as much of a nightmare and dysfunctional season as you can get. The New York Mets have been absolute trainwreck. I take a look back at the abundance of moments and decisions that have made this team a sideshow in my latest WFAN column.
The Mets trade pieces are not getting them much back in return. Check out my latest WFAN column explaining who may get dealt and why the Mets aren’t getting back huge pieces in return.
LeBron James is taking his talents to Hollywood to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. King James signed a four-year, $154 million deal to try and get the Lakers back to the promised land. What does LeBron’s decision this time around mean for the rest of the NBA. Check out my WFAN column below.
I had the chance to speak with Knicks legend and NBA Hall of Famer Earl ‘The Pearl’ Monroe just minutes after the Knicks took Kevin Knox in the NBA Draft. We spoke about the pick, the Knicks future, LeBron James, and him still being part of the greatest backcourt ever. Monroe was speaking on a panel at a charity event benefiting the NBA Retired Players Association and their initiatives to children in West Africa. I also spoke with former Knicks Len Elmore and Tom Hoover.
I wrote a column for WFAN on Jose Reyes and the Mets and how its time for him to go, and for the Mets to give Peter Alonso a shot in the big leagues this season.