By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The New York Mets have found their new manager. In fact, the team hired an individual with no previous managerial experience.
The team is hiring Carlos Beltrán as their new manager. An official announcement is going to come in the next few days.
Beltrán will replace Mickey Callaway once the deal is officially announced. Callaway spent two seasons as the team’s manager before he was fired.
Beltràn is a former Mets star, who left the team on not good terms. Second-year general manager Brodie Van Wagenen must have cleared those differences up.
The 42-year-old last played in the Majors in 2017. He spent 20 seasons in the Big Leagues.
The Manati, Puerto Rico native with the Kansas City Royals, Mets, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros, San Francisco Giants, and the Texas Rangers. He spent the most time in his career with the Royals and the Mets.
He played in a career-best 839 games with the Mets in his career.