Alderson: It Was Clear Callaway Was 'Only Man' For Mets Manager JobMickey Callaway blew the Mets away so much at his interview that they canceled their second round of meetings.
Ex-Mets Star Ray Knight Arrested On Assault, Battery ChargesRay Knight, the World Series MVP when the Mets won it all in 1986, was arrested over the weekend following a physical altercation in suburban Washington, D.C., police said.
5 Things About New Mets Manager Mickey CallawayThe Mets have hired Cleveland Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway to be their new manager. A formal announcement is expected this week.
Sources: Mets Hire Indians Pitching Coach Mickey Callaway As Next ManagerCallaway has been the pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians for the last five seasons. The Phillies have also interviewed him for their opening.
Mets Exercising Option On Relief Pitcher Jerry BlevinsThe Mets will have arguably their best relief pitcher back in the fold next season.
Where The Mets Stand In Their Managerial SearchAfter conducting interviews throughout the week, the New York Mets are reportedly down to a few candidates for their open managerial position.
Report: Geren, Hale Not Candidates For Mets' Managerial JobEven when the thought of Terry Collins not returning to the Mets in 2018 was pure speculation, Bob Geren and Chip Hale were being mentioned as possible replacements.
Alex Cora Among Candidates Interviewing For Mets' Manager JobThe Mets can thank the Yankees for making it a bit easier to interview Alex Cora for their managerial opening.
Reports: Mets Buy Syracuse Chiefs To Be New Triple-A AffiliateThe Mets have reportedly found a new Triple-A affiliate closer to home. 
Mets Reach Out To Ex-Tigers Manager Brad AusmusAdd Brad Ausmus to the list of candidates for the Mets' managerial opening.
Mets' Wright Undergoes Back Surgery, Eyes 2018 ComebackDavid Wright underwent yet another surgery Thursday, but don't think that means the Mets captain is on the verge of giving up on his comeback bid.
Mets Fire Longtime Pitching Coach, Head TrainerFollowing a painful season, the injury-riddled New York Mets are making changes to their coaching staff and medical department.

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