Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Acting Mets General Manager Zack Scott now Former Acting Mets General Manager


The Mets finally got rid of Zack Scott after his DUI arrest this fall. Any one else wondering why all of a sudden they are letting him go? Is it because the Mets made some progress in getting a President of Baseball Operations or a General Manager?


The search for a replacement for Scott, and a president of baseball operations above him, has been slow going. Cutting Scott loose could be an indication that the Mets have finally made progress after getting rebuffed by several top potential candidates to run the team.

Cohen has been running the search mostly himself, consulting with allies in finance and politics like Mets board member and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, the News recently reported.

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You know this is going to be talked about in less than two weeks at QBC 2021 on the State of the Mets Panel. Buy your tickets at QueensBaseballConvention.com

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