Willie Randolph, in a New Light

The New York Times’ Harvey Araton takes another look at Willie Randolph’s tenure with the Mets, talking with Randolph himself, and paints the team as a panicky organization prone to overreacting. Sounds about right.

I wonder, perhaps, if the quick hooks of Rick Down and Randolph — two moves that made no real difference to the team — have anything to do with the way the Mets seem to be dragging their feet with regards to Omar Minaya and Jerry Manuel’s respective fates as the curtain closes on this season. Just a possibility.

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