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  • Thoughts from Colletti, Hendry

     
    Here are some thoughts from Dodgers GM Ned Colletti and Cubs GM Jim Hendry. The Tribune Company, which owns the Cubs (and used to own Newsday), filed for bankruptcy protection today. Yet Hendry said he has not been hamstrung by......
  • Back from vacation, ready to roll

     
    Hello all, I am back after two weeks vacation time and waiting to board my (slightly delayed) flight to Las Vegas for the winter meetings. Since things have been so slow -- it doesn't seem like I've missed much action......
  • So, who's on deck?

     
    Regis Courtemanche of Metsblog.com is our guest blogger for today. After a whirlwind week at the winter meetings, highlighted by the acquisition of K-Rod and J.J. Putz, the buzz around the team's acquisitions has certainly slowed down. Other than Derek......
  • The Case against Oliver Perez

     
    Mike Nichols of Metsblog.com is our guest blogger for today. The focus this offseason, rightly so, for Omar Minaya and company has been to address the pitching need that has failed to produce a playoff team in Queens the last......
  • Lowe, Manny and Pedro

     
    Despite a superb job by Regis and Mike, I thought I'd make a special cameo this morning to wish everyone in the blogosphere a Happy New Year. Oh, and also to mention today's story involving the Mets' pursuit of Derek......
  • The Lowe backup plan

     
    Regis Courtemanche of Metsblog.com is our guest blogger for today. Derek Lowe's agent Scott Boras thinks that the Mets should spend like the thriftless Yankees recently did for A.J. Burnett, roughly $16 million per season, or $4 million more per......
  • Who's left

     
    There are a lot of players left on the free agent market, considering we're in January already. I don't expect the Yankees to be too involved with these players, given all they've already done. Yet it will be interesting to......
  • Mets on verge of signing Redding

     
    The Mets and right-handed starter Tim Redding are on the verge of completing a one-year agreement for about $2.25 million plus incentives that would bring Redding aboard for the 2009 season, Newsday has learned. One person familiar with the negotiations.....
  • Mets likely to get either Lowe or Perez

     
    The Mets remain confident that they'll eventually land one of their top two choices to upgrade the starting rotation - either Derek Lowe or Oliver Perez. A survey of the baseball landscape indicates that the Mets' confidence is well-founded. Take......
  • Santana looks doubtful for WBC

     
    -- Johan Santana just completed a conference call with reporters a few minutes ago and it looks like he???s doubtful for the World Baseball Classic as he recovers from offseason knee surgery. Santana pitched the final month of last......
  • Tuesday morning reading

     
    Totally ripped off that headline from Davidoff's blog, but I'm running late this morning as I hustle to get down to the Hall of Fame news conference at the Waldorf. So here goes: -- It took Jim Rice the maximum......
  • The return of Pedro?

     
    Saying he would be a "bargain," Pedro Martinez talked today about pitching this year, how great he is feeling and also detailed his winter chat with GM Omar Minaya in the Dominican Republic. Martinez said he would not be inclined......