They refused to lift their paltry greenhouse pollution targets to the levels required to avoid catastropheProtesters attempt Newcastle coal disrupt Dec 21, 2009
We think that the excitement about Barack is going to bring out people whose engagement can have a long term impact on the local policy issues within those statesGroup plans to use Obama coattails Aug 11, 2008
I have extreme concerns about the health and safety of my kids and myselfESPN fires baseball analyst Steve Phillips Oct 26, 2009
We just heard the ruling from the commissioner's office and we plan to support Mike in whatever course of action he decides to takeIn Sports from United Press International Mar 17, 2003
I think the key thing is no matter who we play, we're going to have to play our best basketball of the year to winIn Sports from United Press International Mar 17, 2003
Steve Phillips (born on May 18, 1963) is a former American baseball analyst for ESPN and baseball executive. He served as the general manager of the New York Mets from 1997–2003. He worked as a baseball analyst for ESPN from 2005 until his dismissal on October 25, 2009 after admitting to having sex multiple times with a production assistant at the network.
Phillips was offered a football scholarship to Northwestern University after high school - he even signed a letter of intent - but opted instead to sign a professional baseball contract after being drafted by the Mets. Phillips attended De La Salle Collegiate High School in Detroit, Michigan, and later earned a psychology degree from the University of Michigan during baseball's offseasons.
He joined the Mets' front office in 1990, was promoted to general manager on July 16, 1997, and was fired by chief operating officer Fred Wilpon on June 12, 2003 after a 29–35 start to the season. The Mets replaced him with assistant GM Jim Duquette on an interim basis.