The New York Mets were one of the most disappointing teams of the entire 2021 MLB season, being perhaps at the beginning one of the favorites to reach the MLB Playoffs and even go to the World Series. However, they stayed on the line after spending almost the entire regular role at the top of their division, and after failure they have decided not continue with his manager, the Dominican Luis Rojas, who was fired just this Monday.
The truth is that speculation has already begun about who could be the new foreman of the Metropolitans and although Puerto Rican Carlos Beltrán is everyone’s favorite to be appointed a new manager, the reality is that there have been no reports that indicate that there are approaches, however, there is a manager who is reported to be quite interested.
According to information from Jack Ramsey of the Mets “Amazin ‘Citi” podcast, sources have indicated that the Metropolitans would be interested in negotiating for former Los Angeles Angels manager Brad Ausmus, who was discharged from his position at the end. of the 2019 campaign after just one year at the helm of the team.
He also managed the Detroit Tigers from 2014 to 2017 and has a career record of 386-422, qualifying for the playoffs only once.