Luis Castillo Skipped His First Two Days Of Phillies Camp

The Mets granted Luis Castillo his merciful release on Friday, and he then told Newsday's Jim Baumbach that he would "wait, go home and hope to catch on with another team." » 3/22/11 11:00pm 3/22/11 11:00pm

Eternal Sunshine Of The Luis Castillo-Less Mind

Today the Mets released Luis Castillo, and will try to forget the last three-and-a-half years ever existed. For my money, the maligned and malignant second basemen best represents the Mets' years as a black hole of a franchise. They'll have to eat his remaining $6 million, and it's worth it. Much like finally‚Ķ » 3/18/11 1:05pm 3/18/11 1:05pm

The 2009 New York Mets: A Season Of Failure

The New York Mets are not the worst team in baseball. They are not even the most ineptly run franchise in their own division. Yet, their 2009 campaign may have forever redefined the concept of losing. » 9/01/09 5:30pm 9/01/09 5:30pm

Choose Your Own "Mets Disaster" Headline

Luis Castillo sprained his ankle last night falling down the dugout steps. Oh, and Albert Pujols hit a grand slam in the 10th to beat the Metropolitans. Their misery knows no bounds. [NY Post] » 8/05/09 11:30am 8/05/09 11:30am

The Mets Do What The Mets, Pressured Third Graders Do

Luis Castillo is now the face of the New York Mets' misery. All he had to do was catch that popup, and we're not talking about him. » 6/13/09 11:45am 6/13/09 11:45am

Luis Castillo Is Protective Of His Anus

Last week, Twins second baseman Luis Castillo was scheduled to receive his yearly physical from team doctors. But he kept wanting to delay it, much to the confusion of team officials. Twins manager Ron Gardenhire helpfully explained. » 2/27/07 3:00pm 2/27/07 3:00pm