So the Mets have extended Terry Collins' contract by two years.
Most commentators are applauding this but I think it's a mistake.
Most fans agree that Terry’s weakness is in-game decisions. The question is how much damage he does with those decisions, and whether he can make up for it in other areas. Unfortunately these weaknesses surfaced in a big way, and did some serious damage at the most important moment, with the World Series on the line.
As for the clubhouse, Sandy has populated it with very strong personalities like David Wright, Curtis Granderson, Michael Cuddyer, and Colon and Uribe (who may or may not be back), and I think they have and will continue to be in charge of human relations.