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David Stearns Becomes Mets’ President of Baseball Operations, Plans Manager Search and Expects Pete Alonso as Opening Day First Baseman

Key points:

  • David Stearns, a lifelong Mets fan, is excited to take on his role as the Mets' president of baseball operations.
  • Stearns plans to conduct a thorough search for the team's next manager and is open to hiring a first-time manager.
  • Pete Alonso's future with the Mets is uncertain, but the team's new management expects him to be the Opening Day first baseman next year.

David Stearns, Mets’ new president of baseball operations, discusses his plans for the team, including the search for a new manager, Pete Alonso’s future with the team, and the status of general manager Billy Eppler. Stearns emphasizes the importance of finding a manager who can create a positive organizational culture and work alongside the front office. He also addresses Buck Showalter’s firing and explains why he believes a new direction is necessary for the team. Additionally, Stearns expresses his expectations for the Mets’ competitiveness in the 2024 season and discusses the team’s approach to spending in free agency.

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David Stearns Becomes Mets’ President of Baseball Operations, Plans Manager Search and Expects Pete Alonso as Opening Day First Baseman

Takeaways from David Stearns’ first day with Mets: The next manager, Pete Alonso’s future, Billy Eppler’s status

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