Well I was listening Mike " My sh%t don't stink" Francessa on WFAN yesterday hoping to at the very least to hear a mea cupla from him about him not giving the New York Jets a fighters chance of beating the Indianapolis Colts this past Sunday. Well he gave one of those half assed be grateful because it was a gift statement and not to expect the Jets to get to far into the playoffs. So after listening to a couple hours of his pontificating and his rambling, his arguing and his hubris , he mentions that he will be giving a " major " update regarding the Mets on today's show. So I start pondering what this update could be? Is Mets brass giving Jason Bay and Bengie Molina a ultimatum on accepting the contract they offered? Have we opened the door for negotiations with Matt Holliday? Is there a trade that's about to be announced? Are the bringing in or lowering the walls? Or are they just going to announce that the are putting urinal dividers in the men's promenade restrooms. Tune in if you dare - the answer might just annoy you !!                                                                                                                                                                 Mike Francessa has a ...                                                           " Will he make a ground breaking announcement ? or  does  the ground just shake when he walks?And now-  LET THE INFAMY BEGIN !!Birthday wishes go out to middle reliever who briefly pitched for the '86 Championship team - Rick Anderson (1956). Rick is better known as the player traded along with catcher Ed Hearn to the Kansas City Royals for some unknown pitching prospect known as David Cone - ( I wonder what ever happened to him - sarcasm)One of the many revolving door left fielders that played for the Mets this past season - Emil Brown is 35 (1974) .Texas Rangers signed Kenny " Walk em home " Rogers of the New York Mets as a free agent on December 29, 1999.and dont forget as you drink your depression away - there are only 97 days until the Mets open the 2010 season against the Florida Marlins at Citi Field.