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Re: Meanwhile in Mets-land...
« Topic Start: November 10, 2021, 10:49:57 PM »

Here is a running list of the current job openings:

Manager: Mets, A's
GM/president of baseball operations: Mets (general manager)

Nov. 10: Cromie 'frontrunner' for Mets' GM (report)

Former Nationals assistant GM Adam Cromie is "the frontrunner" to become the next general manager of the Mets, a source told's Jon Morosi. Cromie left baseball to pursue a legal career in 2017.

Mets president Sandy Alderson said Tuesday that the club has talked to a handful of candidates, but it has not set a deadline for when it expects to hire a general manager to replace Zack Scott, who was relieved of his duties on Nov. 1. MLB Network insider Joel Sherman reports that Alderson also said no formal offer has been made to any candidate, and that multiple candidates remain under consideration.

Nov. 6: Baltimore AGM off Mets' list (report)

SNY's Andy Martino reports that Sig Mejdal, currently assistant general manager and vice president with the Orioles, is "no longer in the mix" for the Mets' opening for president of baseball operations. No specific reason was initially given.

Nov. 4: Ferreira to decline Mets interview (report)

MLB Network insider Jon Heyman reports that Raquel Ferreira, currently executive vice president and assistant general manager with the Red Sox, has decided to decline an interview for the Mets' president of baseball operations vacancy.

Ferreira has been in the Red Sox organization since 1999. She was the fourth woman in MLB history to be elevated to a team assistant general manager position, and Kim Ng moved up from the same position with the Yankees and Dodgers to become the Marlins' general manager in 2020.

The Mets' search for a president of baseball operations has come up empty so far, with several candidates withdrawing their names from consideration or declining to interview. The Mets were also denied permission from some candidates' current teams to interview them.