Mets Name Luis Rojas Manager After Beltran’s Ouster

Mets Name Luis Rojas Manager After Beltran’s Ouster

Rojas, who has spent more than a decade in the organization, was the Mets’ quality control coach last season. He will replace Carlos Beltran, who was implicated in the Astros’ cheating scandal.

Категория: Sports. Источник: www.nytimes.com.

 

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