Also Tim I hate to be the guy to ask, and feel free to skip if you don’t feel like talking about it, but do you mind telling your side of the whole Callaway, Vargas incident? Always curious to hear what happened in detail. Fenway and Wrigley are classics, if suboptimal for working media because of things like press box location, etc. Official Mets Baseball T-Shirt Pirates, Orioles and Dodgers have great ballparks. I like visiting Washington, D.C., even if the ballpark is just OK. A great one for a reporter: Tropicana Field. No, really. Press box is nice and low and it’s easy to get to and from the field/clubhouse/press box. It’s kind of the anti-Wrigley in that it stinks for fans but is great for the media.
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Hey Tim! I have a question about the Wilpons that may sound a bit conspiratorial (I’m a MetsTwitter denizen, I can’t help it). Many fans feel that the Wilpons (or at the very least, the front office) make it a habit to leak unflattering stories of Star mets players seemingly in an attempt to turn Mets fans opinion against them before they leave in Official Mets Baseball T-Shirt free agency or get traded. ( the most recent one I can remember is the Syndergaard/Ramos thing that both parties seemed upset got leaked but the biggest one I can remember is the Beltran knee surgery incident). My question is: is this sense of mistrust of anything leaked by the higher ups based in reality or do Mets fans just really hate the Wilpons? And if it is based in reality, how common is this tactic league wide?
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Playing games without fans in the stands is extremely possible. There is precedent for it — Baltimore a few years ago — but not on the long-term, league-wide scale that we could see this year. If the options are games with no fans or no games at all, it’s an easy choice. Official Mets Baseball T-Shirt There is a lot of money to be made (and entertainment to put out for people desperate for sports) by putting games at least on TV, which is how teams make most of their money these days anyway. Does Noah Syndergaard being out for a shortened season benefit the Mets in any way? Also do you predict the Mets making any moves or they just going to ride with some sort of combination of Wacha/Matz/Porcello?