Tag Archive | Carlos Beltrán

Luis Rojas officially named manager of the Mets

After all the commotion with “ex-manager” Carlos Beltran, the Mets finally settle down and officially name Luis Rojas their manager for the start of the 2020 season. Rojas has been a part of the Mets organization since 2007, when he was hired as the coach for the Dominican Summer League Mets. He then coached the […]

Mets now on Quest for New Manager

Baseball was rocked recently thanks to the investigation by Major League Baseball into the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing practices in 2017 and the Mets were just one of the teams that felt the impact of this controversy Because of the investigation, the franchise as a whole had to make a very big and tough decision -what […]

Mets Announce 2020 Coaching Staff

The New York Mets announced their full coaching staff for the 2020 season. Returning to serve under Carlos Beltrán’s staff in their previous capacity will be hitting coach Chili Davis, assistant hitting coach Tom Slater, third base coach Gary DiSarcina, bullpen coach Ricky Bones and quality control coach Luis Rojas, while Jeremy Accardo has been […]

Inaugral Mets Fanfest Coming to Citi Field on January 25

The Mets are excited to announce the Inaugural Mets FANFEST will take place at Citi Field on Saturday, January 25, 2020, and will feature appearances by new Manager Carlos Beltrán, current Mets’ players, Mets’ legends, as well as games, tours and other activities for the whole family. “We are excited to be providing our fans […]

Start of a New Era for Mets and Carlos Beltran

On a beautiful Monday October morning at Citi Field the New York Mets introduced Carlos Beltran as the manager of the club replacing Mickey Callaway. Beltran will become the 10th person to play for and manage for the team. Everyone is excited to see if Beltran will be the one to help lead the club to […]

Carlos Beltran Named Mets Manager

The New York Mets today announced that they have named Carlos Beltrán the 22nd manager in team history, agreeing to terms on a three-year contract with a club option for a fourth year. Beltrán, 42, has spent the past year as a special advisor for the New York Yankees. He last played in the majors […]