Report: Mets conflicted about Beltran's future
The New York Mets have not come to a decision about the future of manager Carlos Beltran after the former player was implicated in MLB commissioner Rob Manfred's report on the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal published earlier this week, reports Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Beltran was the only player named in MLB's report about the Astros' illegal sign-stealing scheme, which began in 2017. The report led to the suspensions and eventual firings of Houston manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow.
Carlos Beltran , the Mets ’ first Latino manager, had spent the Beltran earned a reputation as a quiet leader by example for the Mets , but was also criticized by some teammates for not being more vocal. He will take over the Mets despite having no previous experience in a managing or coaching role in
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Theand their managers for their roles in Houston’s electronic sign-stealing during the 2017 season. While the New York Mets might consider firing Carlos Beltran, a decision reportedly won’t come any time soon.
, the Mets will not rush a decision on Beltran’s fate, and the club will evaluate everything before deciding whether or not Beltran would be fired.
Beltran, who was, was the only player on Monday detailing how the Astros stole signs from opponents.
Carlos Beltran Reportedly Didn't Tell Yankees Anything About Astros' Sign-Stealing Strategies in 2019
The latest news coming out about Carlos Beltran's role in the sign-stealing controversy will come as some relief to Yankees fans who may have been worried about their part in the scandal. Information was revealed Wednesday that Beltran did not share his role in the 2017 Astros scandal with the Yankees in 2019. Furthermore, it removes the notion that Beltran shared Houston's sign-stealing system with the Yankees. If New York did break the rules in 2019, it was not because of Beltran, leaving MLB one step further from investigating those in the Bronx for such wrongdoings.Adding to this: Beltran did not share with the Yankees what Houston did in 2017.
Carlos Beltrán , the Mets and their fans may breathe a collective sigh of relief. Spring training in Port St. Lucie looks like it will be controversy free They'll take the fall as such. The Mets successfully avoided any shrapnel from the bombshell story that has dominated the baseball world over the last
Mets manager Carlos Beltran may be in hot water after a report said he helped plan the Astros’ alleged illegal sign-stealing system during the 2017 season. Beltran was the team’ s designated hitter during the Astros’ championship season, while Cora was a bench coach alongside current manager
According to MLB’s findings, Beltran was involved in the Astros developing their system to use the video-replay system to steal signs from the opponent. He also played a role in Houston’s system of banging a trash can to inform teammates what pitch was coming.
While the Red Sox and Astros reacted quickly to the news of their now former managers’ involvement in the tactics, the Mets seem ready to let the process play out. While Beltran avoided a suspension from MLB, as did all players, this is an issue that will follow the Mets into spring training. However, the Mets are seemingly ready to deal with that for now as the expense of keeping the manager they just hired.
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The fallout from The Athletic's report that the Houston Astros used cameras to steal signs and relayed what pitches were coming to their batters has been widespread. The Astros, Red Sox, and Mets have all fired (or "parted ways") with their managers, all of whom were involved in some capacity. Now, even more accusations are being thrown around. A private Twitter account that claims to be Carlos Beltran's niece tweeted yesterday that Beltran would be stepping down from his new position as Mets manager, news that didn't drop until today.