On Wednesday morning, one candidate was removed from the list and another candidate was added to the New York Mets search to take up the position of vacant general manager.
Per Cut“I’m not a candidate for the Mets front office,” said Bobby Heck, a special assistant at Tampa Bay Rays, quelling rumors before connecting the two.
41-year-old Young graduated from Princeton University and spent 13 major seasons in five different teams (79-67, 3.95 ERA), including a 24-start stretch (3.76 ERA) at Mets in 2011 and 2012. It was.
Immediately after retiring in 2018, Young began his tenure at Major League Baseball, becoming Vice President of Field Operations, Initiatives and Strategy for the league before being promoted to Senior Vice President and taking on a long-standing MLB fixture. I replaced it. Joe Torre And the referee, field, and referee emperor of the league in February of this year.
Earlier this week, Mets President Sandy Alderson Announcement The team stopped hiring a baseball president this offseason, as originally planned. Instead, the team focuses on filling vacant GM positions.
According to Alderson on Monday, the team had already interviewed “half a dozen” candidates. It is unknown if Young was included in the previous count.
Alderson also hinted at the organization’s preference for “finding someone.” […] Who can grow up to [president of baseball operations] Role “. It has not yet been decided whether Mets will fit Young into the bill.
We’ll let you know as new developments become available.