WFAN is reporting that the job of Willie Randolph, and likely the jobs of Howard Johnson and/or Rick Peterson, are in grave and serious trouble (and no, that's not overly redundant, considering the situation) going into the weekend series with the Texas Rangers.
Rumor further has it that Jerry Manuel, currently a Mets coach, will be given the manager's job if indeed Willie is fired, and that the pitching coach from the Mets AAA NOLA affiliate, whose name escapes me at the moment, will replace Peterson, if he too departs.
No word on who would replace HoJo. Not that it really matters, anyway.
The only thing I have to say here is that all of this cannot possibly be good for the team, and is yet more evidence of the Wilpon and Mets' organization hand-wringing and paralysis by analysis that seems to hold the Mets hostage. Make a decision, one way or the other, already. They just never seem to want to do it.
Make a bleeping bleeping decision, already. Just do it, and be done with it, and move on.