On his Delta Airlines blog, Jeff Francoeur assures his fans that his team may have changed, but not his airline (whew! that was a close one!)
Will Sommer did a Q&A with former Met Art Shamskey, who talks about his latest book and gives 1969 as a reason why the 2009 season isn’t yet over for the Mets.
Will Leitch describes Tony Bernazard as a scapegoat, and opines, “The Mets are uglier in the front office than they are on the field. That’s terrifying.”
Matthew Artus chronicles the history of how Tony Bernazard came to power, and wonders why he’s on the Mets’ payroll.
Lou Cappetta identifies the shortstop that most affects the Mets’ chances for the postseason — and it’s NOT Jose Reyes.
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