LENNY DYKSTAR FROM HIS UPCOMING BOOK

 

 

Lenny Dykstra, a despicable character, does not have much good to say regarding individuals he has dealt with.

METS DO THE GEORGE CONSTANZA AND SO DO THE YANKEES

Just what is the George Costanza Opposite?

The Mets used to be
  Yesterday, they went out and got

  James Loney.  They needed a first Baseman and although they did not spend a fortune.  They fixed what was wrong.  The Yankees, could have used Loney.  They need a first baseman, instead of these two
   and

   A better place for any cash it would cost is in Hal’s

VINCE PIAZZA WILL STEP UP, IF THE COUPONS WON’T FOR THE METS

Mike Piazza’s dad will step up for 9/11 jersey if Mets won’t

Kevin Kernan wrote:

 

 

Vince Piazza told The Post on Thursday that the Piazza family wants to buy their son’s historic post-9/11 home run jersey from Goldin Auctions, if a fair price can be reached.

“We want to buy the jersey and donate it to the Hall of Fame,’’ Vince told me, his voice rising with emotion.

“Mike is on board. My God, it’s not right what is going on here. That thing belongs in the Hall of Fame. It belongs to all the fans of baseball. That home run was so important, not only for New York, but for the entire country.

 

MATT HARVEY CLEARED TO PITCH OPENER VS THE ROYALS

 

Adam Rubin wrote:PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — New York Mets ace Matt Harvey is a go for Opening Day on Sunday against the Kansas City Royals after a scare regarding his urinary tract.

“It started with a bladder infection and it created a blood clot in the bladder,” Harvey said Tuesday morning after returning to camp. “I passed it yesterday. It wasn’t a great first day [after] my 27th birthday. But we cleared that. And then we had a little procedure done this morning just to go in and check the bladder and everything was clear.”

MATT HARVEY MIGHT BE SCRATCHED FROM OPENING DAT START AND METS WON’T SAY WHY

Matt Harvey might miss Opening Day — and Mets can’t say why

Mets officials would not disclose the ailment — other than to say it was non-orthopedic — but Harvey was scratched from his final scheduled exhibition start Tuesday as the club awaited test results.  Sandy Alderson oohed and aahed when interviewed.  “It’s a non-baseball issue that he’s got to address and it came up this morning and as a result, he won’t pitch [Tuesday],” general manager Sandy Alderson said. “We’ll just see what happens with follow-up tests and consultation.”  What could it be?