After parting methods with Mickey Callaway, the Mets are looking for a brand new supervisor. Here is the most recent…
Nov. 1, three:20 PM:
Carlos Beltran has advised the Mets that his excellent bench coach can be former supervisor Terry Collins, SNY’s Andy Martino reported Friday. Nonetheless, that isn’t one thing that’s assured to occur.
Martino reported earlier Friday that Beltran’s managerial candidacy was gaining “late momentum,” earlier than a supply confirmed that the Mets deliberate to rent him.
When Beltran interviewed for the Yankees supervisor job in 2017, he made the identical request relating to Collins as his potential bench coach. That supervisor job ultimately went to Aaron Boone.
Nov. 1, 12:06 PM:
Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy has been eradicated from rivalry for Mets supervisor, reports Jon Heyman. Nationals first base coach Tim Bogar was eradicated from rivalry on Thursday evening, in accordance with Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
That leaves Eduardo Perez, Carlos Betlran, and Derek Shelton among the many identified finalists for the job.
Perez and Beltran have been critical candidates all through the method, SNY’s Andy Martino reported, including that Perez had appeared to have an edge and noting that it isn’t unusual for groups to maintain just a few candidates within the course of whereas negotiations are ongoing.
Oct. 31, 10:30 PM:
Nationals first base coach Tim Bogar has been eradicated from rivalry by the Mets as a managerial candidate, in accordance with a report from
Sherman reported on Wednesday that Bogar was the one finalist for the job that had but to have his third-round interview with the crew. SNY’s Andy Martino famous on Thursday that Bogar, together with Eduardo Perez, had made a good impression with the team, and was thought of by some concerned with the search as a frontrunner for the job.
Sherman, who had beforehand reported that Bogar would meet with the Mets once more this week, famous that with him now seemingly out of the combo, Perez, Carlos Beltran, Pat Murphy, and Derek Shelton have now all had their probabilities of turning into the following Mets supervisor raised.
Oct. 30, 9:05 PM:
In line with a report from Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Nationals first base coach Tim Bogar is the one finalist remaining within the Mets’ managerial search who’s but to have his third-round interview with the crew.
This is smart, after all, with the Nationals going head-to-head with the Astros within the World Sequence. Sherman notes that Bogar will meet with the Mets once more by the tip of the week.
Carlos Beltran, Eduardo Perez, and Derek Shelton have all had their third interviews with the membership, per Sherman, which primarily include assembly with Mets possession. SNY’s Andy Martino had beforehand reported that trio would all be receiving third-round interviews this week.
Oct. 29, Eight:59 AM:
Tony DeFrancesco has interviewed for the Mets’ managerial opening and will nonetheless be within the combine, reports SNY’s Andy Martino.
DeFrancesco has been the Mets’ Triple-A supervisor since 2018 — in Las Vegas in 2018 and in Syracuse in 2019 after the crew relocated.
In 2012, DeFrancesco had a stint because the Astros’ interim supervisor, going 16-25 throughout a season the place the Astros completed 55-107.
The 56-year-old DeFrancesco began his managing profession in 1994 and has additionally coached within the majors (with the Athletics as third base coach in 2010). He was the supervisor for Triple-A Fresno from 2015 to 2017 (within the Astros’ farm system) and gained the Baseball America Minor League Supervisor of the 12 months award in 2015.
Oct. 28, four:10 PM:
Derek Shelton can be getting a 3rd interview for Mets supervisor, reports Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
Together with Shelton, Tim Bogar, Eduardo Perez, and Carlos Beltran are additionally receiving third interviews, SNY’s Andy Martino has reported, with Martino noting that there are “doubtless extra” candidates interviewing a 3rd time.
Oct. 27, 5:10 PM:
According to SNY’s Andy Martino, Pat Murphy will not be the one “thriller candidate” within the combine.
Murphy, at present serving because the Brewers’ bench coach, has had a number of interviews with the Mets, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.
Oct. 27, 2:31 PM:
The Mets’ third spherical of managerial interviews will start this week, reports SNY’s Andy Martino, who notes that Eduardo Perez, Tim Bogar, and Carlos Beltran are amongst these getting one other interview.
Nonetheless, the above names aren’t the one ones being requested again for a 3rd spherical, in accordance with Martino.
Oct. 25, 2:08 PM:
Tim Bogar has turn into a robust contender to turn into the Mets’ subsequent supervisor, SNY’s Andy Martino reported.
In line with Martino, finalists have been assembly this week with Mets possession — a sign that the method will wrap up quickly.
Whereas Bogar is claimed to have interviewed properly, Carlos Beltran and Eduardo Perez “have backers within the Mets group” and stay within the working for the job.
The 52-year-old Bogar, at present serving because the Nationals’ first base coach, had his second interview with the Mets on Thursday.
Oct. 25, 1:34 PM:
Astros supervisor A.J. Hinch is “positively not in combine” for Mets supervisor “on any degree,” SNY’s Andy Martino reported.
If the Mets tried to pry Hinch — who’s near GM Brodie Van Wagenen — away from the Astros, they must commerce for him since he’s underneath contract.
Oct. 23, Eight:04 PM:
It would not sound just like the Mets are in a lot of a rush in terms of naming their subsequent supervisor.
In line with Mike Puma of the New York Post, the Mets could look to convey again two or three finalists for an additional spherical of interviews.
Derek Shelton, Luis Rojas, Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran, Tim Bogar, and Eduardo Perez all acquired second spherical interviews with the membership.
MLB.com’s Anthony DiComo has reported that the Mets are ‘not significantly shut’ to naming a supervisor, and that the method may prolong properly past this week.
Oct. 21, three:48 PM:
Derek Shelton can be receiving a second interview for Mets supervisor, reports Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
In line with Sherman, Skip Schumaker and Mike Bell won’t be receiving second interviews.
Along with Shelton, Luis Rojas, Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran, Tim Bogar, and Eduardo Perez have additionally made it to the second spherical of the method.
Girardi is having his second interview with the Mets on Tuesday, with Perez and Bogar having theirs on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively, SNY’s Andy Martino confirmed. Beltran’s interview will doubtless be on Friday, in accordance with Martino.
According to Martino, there stays a excessive degree of thriller and intrigue within the course of, together with a possible “bombshell candidate” but to emerge.
Oct. 21, Eight:09 AM:
The fifth candidate to obtain a second interview for Mets supervisor can be Luis Rojas, reports Anthony DiComo of MLB.com.
Rojas, 38, labored because the Mets’ high quality management coach in 2019 and has been working within the group since 2007.
Oct. 20, 10:09 PM:
Among the many 4 finalists reportedly set to advance within the Mets’ managerial search, one interview can be performed this week.
The fourth finalist, as first reported by Ken Rosenthal of MLB on FOX and The Athletic, is Tim Bogar.
And according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Bogar will meet with the Mets for his second-round interview on Thursday.
Oct. 20, 9:58 PM:
The Mets have reportedly zeroed in on 4 finalists.
According to Ken Rosenthal of MLB on FOX and The Athletic, solely a handful of the beforehand reported candidates can be thought of going ahead.
Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran, Eduardo Perez and Tim Bogar are nonetheless within the working to turn into the following Mets supervisor, Rosenthal reported.
Oct. 19, 7:24 PM:
The Mets will start their second spherical interviews subsequent week, per SNY Insider Andy Martino.
Martino additionally famous resolution by the tip of the month remains to be a risk, although the Mets are nonetheless doing a little digging into names that haven’t surfaced but.
Up to now, the identified candidates are Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran, Eduardo Perez, Tim Bogar, Luis Rojas, Mike Bell, Derek Shelton, and Skip Schumaker.
Oct. 18, three:27 PM:
Skip Schumaker, at present serving as first base coach for the Padres, interviewed with the Mets on Friday, reviews Joel Sherman of the New York Put up.
Schumaker, 39, retired after the 2017 season after an 11-year profession with the Cardinals, Dodgers, and Reds.
He has been the Padres’ first base coach since 2018.
Oct. 18, 2:10 PM:
Nationals bench coach Tim Bogar will get an in-person interview for Mets supervisor, reports Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
With the Nationals off till the World Sequence begins on Oct. 22, it is potential Bogar’s interview will happen throughout the subsequent few days.
Oct. 18, 12:33 PM:
“There’s phrase of at the very least another thriller candidate” for Mets supervisor, SNY’s Andy Martino reported on Friday, including “shock” rent is greater than potential.
Martino added that the primary spherical of interviews is winding down, however that the crew is being extraordinarily covert in regards to the course of.
The identified candidates are Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran, Eduardo Perez, Tim Bogar, Luis Rojas, Mike Bell, and Derek Shelton.
Oct. 17, 1:10 PM:
Joe Girardi‘s interview with the Mets has already taken place, reviews SNY’s Andy Martino.
In the meantime, Girardi, Buck Showalter, and Dusty Baker will all have second interviews with the Phillies for his or her supervisor job, reports Matt Breen of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Breen — who reviews that Girardi and Showalter are considered because the favorites — added that the three above candidates are believed to be the one candidates for the Phillies job, with the method anticipated to wrap up on Monday and a decision anticipated quickly after.
Oct. 16, 6:40 PM:
Add one other title into the combo for the Mets’ subsequent supervisor.
In line with MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, Nationals first base coach Tim Bogar is one other title to regulate for the Mets job. A member of the Nats teaching employees for the previous two seasons, Bogar additionally has teaching expertise with the Rangers, Pink Sox, and Rays. In 2014, he was the Rangers interim supervisor for 22 video games, teaching the crew to a 14-Eight file.
In 2015, he moved into the Angels entrance workplace as a particular assistant to GM Jerry Dipoto, and he was named the Mariners GM previous to the 2016 marketing campaign, the place he remained for 2 seasons.
Bogar does have minor league managerial expertise, and he was additionally a participant for the Mets for 1993-96. In 297 video games with the Mets, he hit .242 with six house runs and 57 RBI.
Oct. 16, three:19 PM:
Joe Girardi has stepped down because the supervisor for USA Baseball — the crew he was presupposed to handle beginning on Nov. 2 in advance of the 2020 Olympics.
“Joe Girardi, who was named the supervisor of Crew USA in August, has stepped down from his function with Crew USA as he pursues open managerial alternatives in Main League Baseball,” USA Baseball mentioned Wednesday in a press launch.
Luis Rojas, one other Mets managerial candidate, remains to be scheduled to manage the Dominican Republic team within the lead as much as 2020.
Oct. 15, four:12 PM:
Some sources see Mike Bell as a darkish horse candidate to turn into the Mets’ supervisor due to a robust relationship with GM Brodie Van Wagenen, SNY’s Andy Martino reported.
Martino additionally spoke with Aaron Boone, who mentioned he considered Eduardo Perez as a “nice candidate.”
Oct. 15, 10:39 AM:
Joe Girardi‘s interview with the Mets is occurring quickly, SNY’s Andy Martino reported on Tuesday, including that Eduardo Perez and Carlos Beltran are different critical candidates for the job.
In line with Martino, there’s “warmth” across the trio of Girardi, Perez, and Beltran.
Oct. 14, three:28 PM:
Eduardo Perez is in New York on Monday for what’s his second interview for the Mets’ vacant managerial job, SNY’s Andy Martino reported.
Perez, who has asked Yankees manager Aaron Boone for advice about the interview process, had his first interview over the cellphone.
The 50-year-old Perez performed for seven totally different groups throughout his main league profession from 1993 to 2006. He additionally performed one yr in Japan — with Hanshin in 2001.
Since retiring, Perez has managed in Puerto Rico (the place he was named 2008 Supervisor of the 12 months), managed Colombia within the 2013 World Baseball Traditional, served as hitting coach for the Marlins (2011-12), and as bench coach for the Astros (2013).
Perez is at present an analyst for ESPN and SiriusXM.
He joins Carlos Beltran (who interviewed final week), Joe Girardi, Luis Rojas, Mike Bell, and Derek Shelton as candidates who will or have been interviewed.
Oct. 13, 6:57 PM:
Carlos Beltran spoke with the media Saturday for the primary time because the Mets interviewed him Thursday, as SNY’s Andy Martino reported.
Whereas Beltran didn’t verify that he interviewed, sources told Martino that his interview with the Mets “went well.”
Additionally, Beltran mentioned, the Mets are the one crew he’s contemplating to turn into a supervisor for, according to Nathalie Alonso of MLB’s Spanish site, LasMayores.
Beltran declined managerial interviews with the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres, solely prioritizing the Mets.
Oct. 13, three:51 PM:
The Phillies had simply fired Gabe Kapler final week, and so they’re already beginning their interview course of. And a sure interviewee simply so occurs to be somebody on the Mets listing as properly.
Joe Girardi is reportedly interviewing with Philadelphia within the New York space on Monday, per NBC Sports’ Jim Salisbury. Buck Showalter can be anticipated to interview on Monday, whereas Dusty Baker will interview later this week.
The Mets even have Girardi reportedly set for an interview this week, whereas already having Carlos Beltran in final Thursday. It will likely be a combat for these NL East rivals to see who will get the fitting supervisor.
Oct. 11, Eight:33 PM:
The Mets in-person interviews have begun.
In line with SNY Insider Andy Martino, the crew interviewed Carlos Beltran on Thursday, per a supply.
Beltran has beforehand mentioned that he’d “need to hear” if the Mets got here calling, and now he’s apparently the primary candidate to interview in particular person with the crew. He at present works as a particular advisor to Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
Martino also notes that GM Brodie Van Wagenen has been conducting preliminary phone interviews with different candidates.
Oct. 11, 12:52 PM:
Gibbons compiled a 793-789 file in components of 11 seasons because the Blue Jays supervisor, cut up throughout two separate stints within the Toronto dugout. The Blue Jays let him go following the 2018 season. He additionally had a short main league profession as a participant, showing in 18 video games for the Mets, together with eight in the course of the 1986 championship season.
Oct. 10, 10:27 PM:
In line with SNY Insider Andy Martino, Joe Girardi is ready to interview with the Mets subsequent week.
The previous Yankees and Marlins supervisor has already interviewed with the Cubs.
Martino has beforehand reported that Girardi desires to handle once more, and can think about the Mets’ opening. Girardi mentioned on WFAN Tuesday “Once more, I hope I get a possibility to do it once more. …I will be in New York subsequent week doing studio work, and we’ll see what occurs.”
Oct. 10, 12:54 PM:
The Mets may have Twins bench coach Derek Shelton for an in-person interview for his or her vacant supervisor function, SNY’s Andy Martino confirmed. He joins Joe Girardi, Carlos Beltran and Mike Bell in that class of the interview course of.
The information was first reported by Joel Sherman of the NY Put up, who notes the Pirates may be wanting into Shelton for his or her managerial search.
Shelton has served because the Twins bench coach for the previous two seasons, together with the Twins 101-win marketing campaign in 2019 with Rocco Baldelli on the helm. Earlier than his time with the Twins, he spent one season because the Blue Jays high quality management coach. He additionally served because the Indians hitting coach for 5 seasons and the Rays hitting coach for one yr.
Shelton managed within the Yankees minor league system for 3 seasons within the early 2000s.
Oct. 9, three:03 PM:
The Mets are ramping up their interview course of for the managerial job, and that can start with some cellphone interviews. Nonetheless, there are some in-person interviews already set in place.
SNY’s Andy Martino confirmed that Carlos Beltran can be getting a type of interviews, which many anticipated. Although it got here out that Beltran did not need to get into managing, he shortly debunked that declare saying “you’d need to hear.” He at present works as a particular advisor to Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
Aside from Beltran, Joe Girardi is one other given within the in-person interview column. However Mike Bell, the youthful brother of Reds supervisor David Bell, can be anticipated to get an in-person interview, says The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal. He at present works because the Diamondbacks minor league director, however has interviewed for the Rangers and Orioles’ supervisor jobs final season.