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Mets continue to make staff changes

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The New York Mets made staff changes on Tuesday morning. Former manager Terry Collins has accepted his new position, as the Special Assistant to General Manager Sandy Alderson.

Their former pitching coach, Dan Warthen, who was the pitching coach since 2008, will not return. He, like Collins, was offered another position within the organization.

New York Mets

New York Mets

Bench coach Dick Scott, First Base Coach Tom Goodwin and Bullpen Coach Ricky Bones will not return. They have been given the permission to speak with other teams about employment elsewhere.

While they are without a manager, the team elected to keep coaches Kevin Long, Pat Roessler, and Glenn Sherlock. The Third Base Coach Sherlock has one-year remaining on his contract.

The team has also let go trainer Ray Ramirez, who was with the team since 2005. The team said the rest of the training and conditioning staff with remain.

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