Here’s some morning audio for you after a devastating loss in 10 innings and series loss to the D’Backs. The Mets have lost six of seven games and appear to a .500 team, at best.
Fox Sports senior baseball writer Ken Rosenthal joins Steve Somers on WFAN.
Mike Pelfrey joins WFAN’s Joe & Evan to talk about his third straight good start for the Mets and Billy Wagner coming in to blow the lead.
Both audio clips are from June 12, 2008.
Fox Sports senior baseball writer Ken Rosenthal talks about pressure on Willie Randolph. He says that management wants Randolph to show more leadership and correct clubhouse problems before they become combustible situations. Rosenthal also addresses the Ken Griffey, Jr. and Matt Holliday possible trade scenarios.
Rosenthal’s Inside Pitch
Fox Sports senior baseball writer Ken Rosenthal discusses the National League headlines this week. Included in the discussion are: Eric Gagne, Jim Edmonds, and Willie Randolph’s job security.
NL Hot Corner: Bullpen Bonanza
Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal talks about how the Phillies continue to win without major contributions from Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard. He also touches on Chipper Jones’ hot start to the season.
Rosenthal's NL Hot Corner
Fox Sports senior baseball writer Ken Rosenthal wrote a column today detailing the managers that are closest to being fired. Willie Randolph, John Gibbons, and Ron Washington make the list. They’re the three that are currently in trouble according to Rosenthal.
I agree with Rosenthal that it’s a little too early to make a decision on Randolph. But Willie just isn’t getting these players to reach their potential. It’s not all his fault, but somebody may have to take the fall if the Mets don’t take charge of the National League East soon. Certainly by the All-Star break.
Ken Rosenthal interviews Jose Reyes about the handshakes, “The Collapse”, and his own performance at the end of last season.
Jose Reyes revealed
Ken Rosenthal talks about the current state of the National League East, specifically the Florida Marlins and Atlanta Braves.
Rosenthal’s NL Report