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The Mets officially parted ways with acting general manager Zack Scott, two months and one day after he was charged with DWI after police offers found him asleep behind the wheel early in the morning. Scott had been on administrative leave while awaiting his trial on December 8. Steve Cohen and Sandy Alderson will add general manager to the list of positions they need to fill.
There was some potential positive news on the front office front for New York, as they received permission from the Red Sox to speak with assistant general manager Raquel Ferreira.
Cardinals assistant GM Randy Flores and Braves assistant GM Ben Sestanovich are also on the team’s radar as they continue their search.
The Mets may have to face a tough reality in order to keep Jacob deGrom healthy.
One of Cohen’s tweet was referenced in a class action bid by minor leaguers to get back pay from MLB.
Around the National League East
The Braves will travel to Houston to play the Astros in Game 6 of the World Series tonight, as they try once again to clinch their first title since 1995.
Atlanta squandered a perfect opportunity for a home town party on Sunday night.
The Braves will use a real starting pitcher to try and close out the series tonight, which Joel Sherman views as nostalgic.
Joe Giglio imagined a potential winter blockbuster between the Phillies and the Yankees.
Fish Stripes reviewed Cody Poteet’s 2021 season with the Marlins.
Around Major League Baseball
Experts explained how a potential lockout would work this winter.
Jon Gray wants to return to the Rockies, but his current club is letting him hit free agency.
Donnie Ecker is joining the Rangers as a bench coach/offensive coordinator.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
In Episode 140 of From Complex to Queens, the crew discussed the Binghamton Rumble Ponies’ 2021 season.
Christian Romo reviewed Tomás Nido’s 2021 season with the Mets.
This Date in Mets History
In the wee hours of the morning on November 2—about 30 minutes after midnight to be exact—the Mets surrendered five runs to the Royals in the 12th inning of Game 5 of the 2015 World Series. The result was a 7-2 defeat, as the Mets dropped the series in five games. They have yet to return to the Fall Classic and have only appeared in one postseason game since that loss.