Buck Showalter announced he will not manage the Mets next season

Buck Showalter announced he will not manage the Mets next season

Buck Showalter announced on Sunday that he will not return as manager of the Mets in 2024. Showalter told the media that he had the opportunity to resign, saying that “new leadership will go in a different direction with the manager next year.” ,” according to SNY.

Showalter, 67, is expected to enter the final season of his three-year contract in 2024 and the announcement came on the final day of a regular season that New York did not respond to. meet expectations.

The Mets (74-86) will miss the playoffs after Showalter led them to 101-61 last year in his first season at the helm. But due to injuries and poor play, the season never materialized for New York. This is Showalter’s fifth tenure as manager since starting his coaching career in 1992 with the Yankees and now the Mets will be looking for their third manager since 2019. The Mets season and for Showalter are scheduled to take place in 3 games:
10 p.m. ET vs. Phillies.

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