FNN sports reporter, Jock Strapper, has this exclusive interview with Mets manager Tom Collins. He admits he is staggered by his team winning the first four games of the season. He didn't think the team would win their fourth game until after they played seventeen or eighteen games.
"I know our fans are concerned just as I am. This isn't the way our fans expect the Mets to play. They expect the Mets to be mediocre. That's what the want. They don't want us to be sweeping other teams. That's not our game."
A source in the front office told Strapper that the General Manager is considering trading a few starters to get control of the team's fortunes. The trades would bring in third rate players who would give the other teams an advantage and get the Mets back where they belong--at the bottom of the standings.
More details as they become available.