• Mets manager candidates to replace Carlos Beltran: Luis Rojas, Eduardo Perez

    1 month ago - By New York Post

    The Mets are in the market for a new manager - again. Carlos Beltran - hired just three months ago to replace the axed Mickey Callaway - parted ways with the Mets after MLB revealed on Monday that he played a crucial role in the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal that has rocked the sport. Here's...
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  • Mets Rumors: Luis Rojas Considered for Manager After Carlos Beltran Steps Down

    Mets Rumors: Luis Rojas Considered for Manager After Carlos Beltran Steps Down

    1 month ago - By Bleacher Report

    New York Mets quality control coach Luis Rojas is reportedly under consideration for the club's managerial vacancy after Carlos Beltran stepped down less than four months into his ...
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  • MLB manager tracker, rumors: Mets fire Carlos Beltran in wake of cheating scandal; Red Sox, Astros searching

    1 month ago - By CBSSports

    The Red Sox, Astros and Mets are left searching for a new manager with just a few weeks before pitchers and catchers report
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  • Carlos Beltrán is out as Mets manager as Astros' sign-stealing fallout continues

    1 month ago - By Los Angeles Times

    Manager Carlos Beltrán and the New York Mets are parting ways in the wake of the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal, the team announced Thursday.
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  • MLB world reacts to Carlos Beltran stepping down as Mets manager

    1 month ago - By Yardbarker

    Just over two months after being hired in the role, Carlos Beltran is no longer the New York Mets manager. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Beltran is stepping down after being implicated in the Houston Astros sign-stealing controversy. This is not necessarily surprising news. It would have been hard for Beltran to keep his job. If he didn't step down, there's a strong chance the Mets would have fired the former All-Star outfielder. All of this comes after Astros manager A.J. Hinch and Red Sox manager Alex Cora were fired due to their roles in sign-stealing scandals over the...
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  • Mets agree to part ways with manager Beltran

    1 month ago - By ESPN

    Carlos Beltran, before beginning his first season on the job with the New York Mets, becomes the third MLB manager to lose his job as a result of the Astros' sign-stealing scandal, joining A.J. Hinch and Alex Cora.
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  • Carlos Beltrán out as New York Mets manager amid fallout from Astros' sign-stealing scandal

    1 month ago - By Fox Sports


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  • Beltrán out as Mets manager in wake of sign-stealing scandal

    Beltrán out as Mets manager in wake of sign-stealing scandal

    1 month ago - By Fox Sports


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  • Report: Beltran steps down from Mets amid sign-stealing scandal

    1 month ago - By TheScore

    Carlos Beltran has decided to step down as manager of the New York Mets following the revelation of his role in the Houston Astros' 2017 sign-stealing scandal, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal. Beltran was the only player named in MLB's investigation. The report led to the suspensions and eventual firings of Houston manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow. Beltran is the third manager out of a job this week due to the investigation. Along with Hinch, Alex Cora and the Boston Red Sox mutually decided to part ways on Tuesday. The 42-year-old Beltran was hired by the Mets in...
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  • Carlos Beltran steps down as Mets manager

    1 month ago - By Yardbarker

    Carlos Beltran is stepping down as the manager of the New York Mets before ever having managed a game for the team. Beltran informed the Mets on Thursday that he believes it is best if he resigns from his position in the wake of his involvement in the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scheme. Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports was the first to report the news. Beltran is now the third manager to lose his job after Major League Baseball released the findings of its investigation into the Astros stealing signs during their World Series season in 2017. Beltran and former Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora...
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  • Mets manager Carlos Beltran steps down after being implicated in Astros sign-stealing scandal

    1 month ago - By CBSSports

    Beltran is gone from the Mets job without ever managing a game
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  • Carlos Beltrán steps down as New York Mets manager as fallout from MLB sign-stealing scandal continues

    1 month ago - By Washingtonpost

    Beltrán was named in Major League Baseball's investigative report into electronic sign-stealing by the Houston Astros, a team that won the World Series in 2017 and is now embroiled in scandal. Beltrán, who played for the 2017 Astros and was named manager of the Mets in November, becomes the latest domino to fall in the...
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  • Carlos Beltran Reportedly Steps Down as Mets Manager Amid Sign-Stealing Probe

    1 month ago - By Bleacher Report

    Carlos Beltran 's tenure as manager of the New York Mets has come to an end before beginning his first season with the team because of his involvement in the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal...
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  • Report: Carlos Beltran stepping down as Mets manager

    1 month ago - By Sportsnet

    Carlos Beltran is stepping down as manager of the New York Mets in the wake of the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal, according to The Athletic ‘s Ken Rosenthal.
    Beltran stepping down as Mets manager, sources tell The Athletic.
    - Ken Rosenthal January 16, 2020
    Beltran is the just the latest to lose his job as part of the ripple effect of the sign-stealing scandal, joining former Astros GM Jeff Luhnow, ex-Houston manager A.J. Hinch and former Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora. Both Luhnow and Hinch have been banned for one year by MLB, while Cora is still awaiting punishment from the...
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  • Carlos Beltran To Step Down As Mets' Manager

    1 month ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    Carlos Beltran 's time as manager of the Mets will apparently come to a close before he even suits up for a game. Yahoo's Tim Brown reports that Beltran has informed the Mets he feels it is best if he steps down.
    Beltran was named in commissioner Rob Manfred's report on the findings of his investigation into the Astros' sign-stealing scheme earlier this week. While Beltran was a player at the time and wasn't expected to be disciplined by the league as a result, reports over the past 24 hours have indicated that the Mets have been mulling his future in light of his connection to the...
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  • Sources: Beltran out as Mets manager

    1 month ago - By ESPN

    Carlos Beltran, before beginning his first season on the job with the New York Mets, becomes the third MLB manager to lose his job as a result of the Astros sign-stealing scandal, joining A.J. Hinch and Alex Cora.
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  • Carlos Beltran steps down as Mets manager amid Astros cheating scandal

    Carlos Beltran steps down as Mets manager amid Astros cheating scandal

    1 month ago - By New York Post

    Carlos Beltran stepped down as Mets manager on Thursday, The Post's Joel Sherman confirmed. It comes less than three months after appointing him manager and just days after MLB confirmed his involvement in the Astros' cheating saga as a player in 2017. The Mets had been debating Beltran's future since Monday and were conflicted on...
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  • Jeff Wilpon ducks Carlos Beltran questions at Mike Piazza event

    Jeff Wilpon ducks Carlos Beltran questions at Mike Piazza event

    1 month ago - By New York Post

    The baseball world is talking about Carlos Beltran, the Mets are talking about a street. Mets COO Jeff Wilpon was asked about the sign-stealing controversy involving Beltran - who stepped down as Mets manager - during his appearance at a ceremony celebrating the renaming of Mike Piazza Drive near the Mets spring training facility in...
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  • MLB Rumors: Carlos Beltran Out As Mets Manager After Role In Astros' Cheating

    1 month ago - By NESN

    It might already be the middle of January, but three Major League Baseball teams are now in need of a new manager.
    New York Mets manager Carlos Beltran is stepping down amid fallout from his alleged role in the Houston Astros' 2017 cheating scandal, according to multiple reports. Yahoo's Tim Brown was the first to report it might happen , and Ken Rosenthal reported his departure , citing sources. Beltran is leaving his post without ever having managed a game.
    The Mets join the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox in the search for a new manager just a month before spring training begins. The...
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