"Carlos has notified us today that he is very happy to be here," Mets general manager Omar Minaya said during a telephone conference call. "He enjoys being with the New York Mets and enjoys being in the city and enjoys everything about this organization.
"He wants to be a Met for the rest of his career," Minaya said. "I'm hopeful that at some point in time we will exercise that option. Right now we feel it's not the right time."
Monday, November 06, 2006
Delgado Ain't Goin' Nowhere
It's not too surprising to read that Carlos Delgado won't demand a trade, which would be his right as a player traded in the middle of a multi-year contract, but even better news is that he's decided not to strong-arm Omar Minaya into picking up his 2009 option.