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    New York Yankees’ pitcher Gerrit Cole was the first out of the dugout following a bench and bullpen-clearing brawl with the New York Mets.  New York Yankees‘ pitcher Gerrit Cole is known for a lot of things — top pitcher in the AL and MLB All-Star, just to name a couple. After last night’s game against the New York Mets, he’s...
    Zooey Deschanels super-glam date night, plus more stars at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards LuLaRich: New documentary charts the spectacular rise and fall of multilevel marketing company LuLaRoe The New York Yankees and New York Mets completed their Subway Series on Sunday, with the Mets taking the final victory to win the series 2-1.  And it wouldn't be...
    Fashion hits and misses from the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards Asian markets pull back after Wall Street’s weekly loss The finale of the 2021 Subway Series between the Yankees and Mets delivered on the excitement that earned it a booking on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball." Francisco Lindor homered from the left side. Then he homered from the right...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Francisco Lindor broke an eighth-inning tie with his third homer, sending a drive whistling into the right-field seats after a pitch-tipping spat with Giancarlo Stanton, and the Mets beat the Yankees 7-6 Sunday night in a heated Subway Series finale that nearly turned into a brawl. Lindor hit a three-run homer batting left-handed in the second...
    A benches-clearing tiff between the Yankees and Mets had Brett Gardner flashing the “thumbs down” at Francisco Lindor and Javier Baez. The Yankees and Mets produced a social media dream on Sunday night with the benches-clearing over yapping between Giancarlo Stanton and Francisco Lindor. Of all the memorable moments, Brett Gardner took the top prize. The Yankees‘ outfielder responded to...
    Javier Báez apologized for running his mouth, then sprinted right back into the good graces of Mets fans. Báez bolted from first to home for the winning run in the ninth inning of a 6-5 win over the Miami Marlins on Tuesday, hours after he and Francisco Lindor apologized for their roles in a thumbs-down gesture that was in part...
    Javy Baez and Francisco Lindor attempted to save face with New York Mets fans on Tuesday ahead of their return to Citi Field following the explanation that their thumbs-down gestures were a statement toward the fans that they weren’t going to tolerate boos anymore. Baez said Sunday that Mets fans "gotta be better" in terms of support for their team....
    More from: Joel Sherman Dodgers deal for Max Scherzer, Trea Turner makes repeat more possible: Sherman MLB trade-deadline clock ticking on Mets: Sherman The Yankees just couldnt resist Joey Gallo: Sherman Willingness to eat contract key to MLB deadline returns: Sherman Mets desperate to avoid another hellish pitching scenario: Sherman I am not a big fan of predictions because...
    Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disicks Family Pics Nearly $50 billion floods into inflation-linked U.S. bond funds. Why more could be on the way. Francisco Lindor has been sidelined for three weeks with an oblique strain, and while he's not particularly close to returning to the New York Mets' lineup, the star shortstop admitted Saturday that he can't wait to...
    New York Mets they needed an infielder of guarantees and that he had a happy bat to support the offense. And they got it in the Puerto Rican Javy baez, who will give your new team the value of having a clutch hitter who responds at key moments. In this way the ninth of Queens will have the Puerto...
    The New York Mets have added former Chicago Cubs shortstop Javy Baez at the trade deadline. The Chicago Cubs are selling off everybody under the sun, as shortstop Javy Baez is heading to the New York Mets. Next: MLB trade deadline: Live updates, rumors and news
    Mets: Javier Baez ‘would like to play with Francisco Lindor’ Andres Chavez July 28, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Chicago Cubs’ shortstop Javier Baez is a free agent at the end of the season, so there is a non-zero chance he gets traded before Friday’s...
    More On: new york mets How returning Met feels about reduced role MLB star on Mets’ radar as trade deadline approaches Why Mets don’t know when Jacob deGrom will pitch again Three keys for Mets to win the NL East A fully healthy group of position players lasted all of four-and-a-half innings for the Mets. After getting J.D. Davis...
    Even though Aaron Nola was dominant on the mound for the Philadelphia Phillies, the New York Mets got the win on a walk-off hit by Dominic Smith on Friday. In Game 1 of Friday’s doubleheader between the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, Aaron Nola was in the spotlight. He had tied just tied former Mets great Tom Seaver’s record...
    More On: new york mets Mets place pitcher on IL in surprising move Met talks scary moment, mental toughness, World Series chances Francisco Lindor’s monster day lifts Mets Father’s Day will be a grand slam for Mets superstar Francisco Lindor WASHINGTON — After a breakout afternoon fueled by Francisco Lindor, the Mets returned to the fetal position Saturday night....
    Fans of the New York Mets keep waiting and hoping for Francisco Lindor to come good and the shortstop just keeps letting them down. It’s been a tough 2021 for Francisco Lindor and the Mets. Next: More Tough Injury News For The Mets  
    More On: new york mets Jacob deGrom return coming into focus Francisco Lindor’s ‘rat’ tale unnecessary drama for Mets Mets stars say ‘rat’ sparked frantic scene Mets get wild walk-off win thanks to unlikeliest of heroes If Francisco Lindor and Jeff McNeil made up a rodent story to cover up an argument, teammates likely are not going to rat...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Francisco Lindor hit a tying, two-run homer in the seventh inning after an apparently heated exchange with teammate Jeff McNeil in the dugout tunnel, and the New York Mets rallied to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4 Friday night. New York walked off with a victory when designated runner Pete Alonso scored on pinch-hitter Patrick Mazeika’s fielder’s...
    Francisco Lindor is officially a New York Met, as he’s delivered in a big moment and been booed, all within a week-long stretch. Such is the life of playing baseball in New York City. Lindor brutal start to the season was well-publicized, from the back page of the Daily News to this very website. The $340 million man was hitting...
    Mets’ Francisco Lindor breaks 0-for-26 cold streak with single, is ‘still working’ to get back on track Andres Chavez May 7, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAs hard to believe as it may sound, New York Mets’ shortstop Francisco Lindor had his first base hit in his last 26 at-bats in the win against the St. Louis...
    More On: new york mets Yankees’ 2017 ALCS loss among New York’s biggest baseball what-ifs Podcast: A wild weekend for the Mets Edwin Diaz’s Mets outing was worrying in every way Mets pitcher rolls after rocky start ST. LOUIS — Francisco Lindor’s slump to start his Mets career has become the most analyzed in baseball this season. Is it...
    Let’s pretend we’ve reached the All-Star break. Your favorite team’s shortstop has played in 79 games and put up a .246/.330/.380 slash line, with nine home runs in 305 at-bats. He shines defensively and draws universal acclaim for his energy and leadership. You’d take that, right? Would you take it for $341 million, though? Surprise! We’re talking about Francisco Lindor...
    CHICAGO — Francisco Lindor’s bat was conspicuous in its presence on a night just about everything else cratered for the Mets. The firsts in a Mets uniform for the All-Star shortstop included a home run and three-hit game in his team’s 16-4 loss to the Cubs on Wednesday. Lindor improved his slash line to .222/.357/.311. with the 3-for-4 performance. The...
    NEW YORK (AP) — New Mets owner Steven Cohen bonded with Francisco Lindor, which along with $341 million led to a team-record 10-year contract that starts in 2022. “I’ve had a few dinners with Francisco, and he’s a special guy,” Cohen said during a news conference Monday to announce the agreement. “He’s got a winning personality. He’s a leader. They...
    Paulina Porizkova Responds to Ageist Critics on Instagram: I Think I Look Pretty Good in Lingerie Save on Supplies as Kids Go Back to School in Person At perhaps the most defining moment in his life, the most irrepressible player in Major League Baseball had nowhere to go. Heres who our experts have winning the 2021 World Series USA...
    Francisco Lindor was alone in a Washington, D.C., hotel room Wednesday night when he got the call from agent David Meter: the New York Mets had offered $341 million — $1 million more than Fernando Tatis Jr. got in February. The biggest payday ever for a shortstop. "I wanted to yell," Lindor said Thursday. "I wanted to scream as loud...
    Francisco Lindor is used to playing around the bag. But now, he has secured it. Just after the strike of midnight on Opening Day, the Mets and the superstar shortstop agreed to a 10-year, $341 million contract that will keep Lindor in the Big Apple through the 2031 season. Exhale, Mets fans — and rejoice.  While their savvy offseason moves breathed life into...
    More from: Ken Davidoff Francisco Lindor is worth $341 million — and all the drama Mets, Francisco Lindor have set themselves up for contract disaster Francisco Lindor aiming high with new money Mets asking price Inside Gerrit Coles complex baseball mind: Always forward-thinking Mets, Francisco Lindor are in $385 million contract standoff Are you exhausted? I’m exhausted. Imagine how exhausted...
    Wednesday, March 31, 2021. 11:21 pm (Update: Thursday, April 1, 2021. 12:52 AM) On Wednesday night, Francisco Lindor agreed to the terms of a 10-year, $ 341 million contract with the New York Mets. In terms of money, the deal was the toughest in Major Baseball history to be awarded a shortcut, surpassing the $ 340 million...
    Francisco Lindor is going to be an even richer man. The Mets shortstop agreed to a 10-year, $341 million dollar contract extension on Wednesday night, one that placed him among Major League Baseball’s highest-paid players when the 2022 season begins. Lindor, 27, is not only the highest-paid player in Queens — his annual average salary of $34.1 million eclipses...
    The New York Mets went out and acquired shortstop Francisco Lindor in a blockbuster deal in January. On Wednesday, about an hour before the clock hit Opening Day, which was the All-Star’s self-imposed deadline for a deal to be made, the team locked him down for a decade at $341 million, per multiple sources. The news came about an hour after rumors were...
    New York : The Mets’ Francisco Lindor has a million reasons to smile. Photo: Michael Reaves / . Fans in Queens and other parts of New York can finally smile after months of disappointment and scandal when it is reported that the star Puerto Rican player Francisco Lindor and the Mets have reached an agreement...
    Francisco Lindor Agrees To A 10-Year, $341 Million Extension With Mets By: Daniel Marcillo March 31, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe hours on hours of anxiety for New York Mets fans are finally over as Francisco Lindor will spend the rest of his career in Queens. Deliberations have concluded, and Lindor accepted a 10-year, $341 million...
    The New York Mets and Francisco Lindor beat the Opening Day deadline to agree to terms on massive contract extension. The New York Mets may have acquired shortstop Francisco Lindor in a massive trade with the Cleveland Indians, but their offseason was far from over. The team had to find a way to secure Lindor with a contract extension to...
    More from: Ken Davidoff Inside Gerrit Coles complex baseball mind: Always forward-thinking Mets, Francisco Lindor are in $385 million contract standoff These Mets give Jacob deGrom best shot to finally get some wins Yankees likely going with Mike Tauchman as Jay Bruce paranoia sets in Mets manager Luis Rojas in position to have strong Year 2 WASHINGTON — Francisco...
    More from: Joel Sherman The Yankees 2021 gambles start with rotation: Sherman Gary Sanchez at risk of becoming Yankees next exiled slugger: Sherman The welcomed return of MLB fans and other camp observations: Sherman Positive March vibes just first step for Yankees rotation: Sherman Why the Mets lineup can be holy crap terrifying: Sherman Steve Cohen asked for help...
    More On: new york mets Mets star’s spring training surge hits new level Mets’ pitching experiment works in spring training test run Mets hope banged-up infielder can be on Opening Day roster Mets slugger not counting on potential DH rule change JUPITER Fla. — Will dessert be something from the $300 million menu? As Francisco Lindor and the Mets...
    DoorDash pushes back at fee delivery commissions with new charges Deshayla Harris, Bad Girls Club star, identified as Virginia Beach shooting victim The New York Mets continue to work to sign All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor to a long-term contract extension, and the latest push came via a face-to-face meeting with team owner Steve Cohen. ESPN's Jeff Passan reports that Lindor...
    Mets reportedly ‘prepared to spend big’ amid contract negotiations with Lindor and Conforto By: Andres Chavez March 25, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Mets were pretty aggressive during the offseason, bidding on just about every top free agent available. They were in on George Springer and Trevor Bauer, but a trade ended up being...
    New York City buys a historic home believed to have been part of the Underground Railroad After a Month, Man Finally Charged with Capital Murder in February Shooting Death of Mississippi Deputy Major League Baseball is scheduled to kick off its 2021 regular season on April 1, or in about two weeks' time. That date is important to the...
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    Sandy Alderson insisted the Mets were very interested in signing George Springer. They had a stopping point, though, at five years. The slugger eventually received a six-year, $150 million guarantee from the Blue Jays. The Mets also considered Jackie Bradley Jr., with their key decision-makers teleconferencing with him. The front office weighed offering a package similar to what the center...
    More from: Joel Sherman MLB, union have to solve prospect issue: Sherman Mets Michael Conforto contract conundrum will come down to this: Sherman Noah Syndergaard, Luis Severino could give Mets, Yankees summer boost: Sherman Yankees betting they have the right stuff on offense: Sherman The Mets biggest threats in NL East: Sherman Sandy Alderson insisted the Mets were very...
    More On: new york mets Ex-Yankee impresses in Mets spring debut Did the Mets do enough in the offseason? Mets admit they messed up with Mickey Callaway hire Inside Mets’ risky pursuit of Trevor Bauer JUPITER, Fla. — Clover Park experienced a welcome burst of noise pollution at about 7:30 on Monday morning. “He came into the clubhouse and...
    New York Mets to open extension talks with Lindor, Conforto, and Syndergaard soon By: Andres Chavez March 1, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Mets made perhaps the acquisition of the offseason when they swung a deal with the Cleveland Indians for All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco. ‘Cookie’, the latter, is...
    Francisco Lindor’s hair, dyed blue, was a topic of conversation following his first workout with teammates. Why blue? Lindor said it’s because he likes the way it fades to gray. But it also doesn’t hurt that blue is a primary team color. “You can see that I am all blued out,” he said. “Everything is blue in my life...
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