Odds & Ends: Mets, McCourts, Cardinals

A few more links to peruse, including some fascinating news out of Queens and L.A….

  • Sources have informed SI.com's Jon Heyman that the re-signing of longtime Mets scout Sandy Johnson is an indication of the "diminishing faith" in general manager Omar Minaya.  Johnson was apparently talked into returning because of the stability he brings to the front office.  He had been considering retirement.
  • According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, Frank McCourt revealed in his divorce filing Wednesday that he fired his wife, Jamie, as Dodgers CEO because she had an affair with her personal driver and "undermined the chain of command by not reporting directly to him." This is only going to get uglier and could hurt the stability of the organization as we near the offseason.
  • SB Nation's Viva El Birdos is hosting an ongoing discussion on some of the Cardinals' potential offseason trade chips.  Skip Schumaker, Ryan Ludwick and Mitchell Boggs are among the names being thrown around.

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