The New York Mets baseball team plans to say that general manager Omar Minaya and manager Jerry Manuel will be relieved of their roles, SI.com reported, citing unidentified people. The Mets will disclose the decision after the season, according to the report.
The New York Mets snapped a five-game losing streak last night in Atlanta, hours after Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon said the jobs of general manager Omar Minaya and manager Jerry Manuel are safe.
New York Mets Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon is meeting with General Manager Omar Minaya and manager Jerry Manuel in Atlanta where the team is playing the Braves, WFAN Radio is reporting, without saying where it received the information.
Fred and Jeff Wilpon said they may sell up to 25 percent of the New York Mets because of a lawsuit in the Bernard L. Madoff case, after insisting for months the baseball club was safe from the biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history.