Mets manager after the Astros trap scandal

The Carlos Beltrán era ended before it began for the New York Mets.

With its new manager trapped in the Houston Astros cartel theft scandal, the club decided to separate from each other from Beltran, the club announced Thursday.

“We met Carlos last night and again this morning and agreed to separate from each other,” read a statement from Mets operations director Jeff Wilpon and executive vice president and general manager Brodie Van Wagenen. “This was not an easy decision. Given the circumstances, it was clear to all parties that Carlos was not interested in anyone advancing as manager of the New York Mets. We believe that Carlos was honest and communicative with us. We are sure that this will not be the last chapter of his baseball career. We remain excited about the talent of this team and are committed to achieving our goals of winning now and in the future. “

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