The New York Mets on Monday signed manager Terry Collins to a two-year contract extension.
The Amazins' skipper is 36 games under .500 during his tenure in New York.
But Collins won praise for guiding his squad through numerous noteworthy injuries to star players, like Matt Harvey and David Wright.
"It's time to put some wins on the board, and as Sandy said, we have to start winning at home," Collins said.
The Mets finished their 2013 season Sunday with a win over the Brewers.
Their record of 74 wins and 88 loses was the same as last year.
The extension also includes a club option for 2016.