The newspaper industry is in enough trouble these days without printing smear jobs written by “journalists” who have a conflict of interest about the very subject they are writing about. But this past week, the New York Post did just that by publishing Peter J. Nash’s despicable and transparent smear job on deceased baseball memorabilia collector Barry Halper.
For the first four years of his professional career, Sal Maglie wasn’t much of a presence, a prospect or a pitcher. Before he would hang up his spikes, he would be part of New York baseball folklore forever.
I AM a Mets fan and I always will be, regardless of the state of flux the current ownership has created with their incredibly bad decision-making for much of the last three decades.
According to a new ad campaign for New Era, Alec Baldwin, who I once interviewed in Rockland County during a rally for the “senseless slaughter” of Canada geese, roots for the Evil Empire?
Mark Healey, the founder of Gotham Baseball magazine, and Joseph M. Lara, the owner of JML Media, have announced that they have agreed to work together to produce a new digital version of Gotham Baseball magazine.
Dave Lennon (Newsday), Cecilia Tan (Yankees Annual) and Lisa Swan (Subway Squawkers) all join this week’s Gotham Baseball LIVE
For much of the last few years, Mets fans have been asking for someone to stand up in the New York Mets’ clubhouse, take charge, and lead the team. Some might argue that Carlos Delgado was that leader, but more would say he was a failed and divisive one.
Michael Kay of the YES Network and 1050ESPN radio announced Thursday morning that Andy Pettitte intends to officially retire after 16 seasons in the major leagues. (illustration by John Pennisi)
On this week’s Gotham Baseball LIVE, hosts Mark Healey and Joe McDonald talked to a diverse group about the growing scandal surrounding the Wilpon ownership group.
The current mishmosh of what the Mets call a chain of command exists because Fred and Jeff Wilpon have allowed that to be the case.