Some say New York is the city that never sleeps. The Mets put that to the test by firing a manager in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Was it time for a change, SportsNation? The Mets fired Willie Randolph hours after he led the team to a win against the Angels, but that win only brought a team with championship expectations to within a game of .500 after more than two months of play. Bolstered by the offseason addition of pitching ace Johan Santana, the Mets still couldn't take control of the NL East. So was Randolph to blame? Should the general manager be next? And can the Mets still make the playoffs? Vote on the latest mess in New York, SportsNation.
Was it time for Randolph to go?