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New York Mets brace for shakeup
“We definitely were hit very hard. I think would be probably the only thing that I regret _ is that I never really had the pieces that we had put together to last for a significant time,” Manuel said. “That would be the toughest thing for me.”
“I kind of feel like it’s close, but obviously some things have to be added and some things have to be subtracted,” he said.
Impending change is overshadowing the end of the season. Bat orders for spring training already were being placed Friday afternoon.
“I don’t even know if I’m going to be here next year,” Jose Reyes said. “Let’s see what happens.”
Reyes said he understands baseball is a business. With the Mets‘ struggles, players understand a shakeup could be ahead.
“It’s kind of weird to say, but I’ve been here now already for three managers, for two general managers,” Wright said. “It’s an unfortunate situation because obviously there’s enough blame for what’s happened the last couple years to go around to everybody, including the players, because at the end of the day we’re the ones who go out there on the field and are not getting the job done.”
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