Kip Wells wants to pitch, draws Mets’ interest

Right-hander Kip Wells wants to pitch again in 2013. A baseball source said the Mets are among three interested teams, logical because of ties the Mets’ braintrust and Wells both have to San Diego.

Wells turns 36 in April and went 2-4 with a 4.58 ERA in a seven-start reprise with the Padres last season. Next year would be his 13th in the big leagues.

Wells has been training all winter but of late has had to give special attention to his 3 1/2 year-old son, who’s set to undergo heart surgery.

– Evan Drellich

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What is Alderson’s problem? Kip Wells, Javier Vazquez, Carl Pavano? Get us some real major leaguers!

His “problem” is the Wilpon financial handcuffs!

The Wilpons have handcuffs on ONLY when it comes to the Mets. Their other enterprises are doing just fine. Time for them to sell the team to soemone who is interested in pleasing the fans. Like Linda DeRolet did when she sold the team to Doubleday and Wilpon originally. The Wilpons are tired. They lack the energy or interest to guide this team to a World Championship.

I agree with you 1,000%. It’s about time the Wilpons let the Mets go. Let a new person(s) come in and give the Mets breath of fresh air. That’s what they need, new blood at the top. You can tell they don’t care about the team. They are tired of the team and I fear it’s just going to get worse. The best thing they did was keep David Wright. They have made the team bankrupt not only money wise but talent wise. They neither care about the team or the fans. It’s getting harder and harder to watch. I wish I had the money because I would buy the team and then find someone who would run it the right way.

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