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Sport Alderson to become Mets president if Cohen is approved as owner

04:35  28 september  2020
04:35  28 september  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Sandy Alderson will become president of the New York Mets and oversee all baseball operations if Steve Cohen is approved as the team's next owner , Cohen wrote in a statement the New York Post's Joel Sherman obtained on Thursday. "Sandy is an accomplished and respected baseball executive

Steve Cohen went back to the future by announcing his intentions to hire Sandy Alderson as team president if he is approved as Mets owner . “If I am fortunate enough to be approved by Major League Baseball as the next owner of this iconic franchise, Sandy Alderson will become president

Sandy Alderson will become president of the New York Mets and oversee all baseball operations if Steve Cohen is approved as the team's next owner, Cohen wrote in a statement the New York Post's Joel Sherman obtained on Thursday.

Sandy Alderson looking at the camera © Alex Trautwig / Major League Baseball / Getty

"Sandy is an accomplished and respected baseball executive who shares my philosophy of building an organization and a team the right way," Cohen said. "I am excited to have Sandy in a key leadership role with the Mets if my purchase of the team is approved."

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Steven Cohen , the presumptive new owner of the Mets , announced on Thursday that he intended to bring Sandy Alderson back as president of the “I am excited to have Sandy in a key leadership role with the Mets if my purchase of the team is approved .” A native and resident of Long Island, Cohen

Longtime baseball executive Sandy Alderson will return to the New York Mets as team president if Steve Cohen ’s purchase of the club is approved by Cohen reached an agreement earlier this month to buy the Mets from the Wilpon and Katz families. The billionaire hedge fund manager needs to be

Alderson served as Mets general manager from 2010 to 2018 before taking a leave of absence due to a recurrence of cancer. He didn't return to the role, and the Mets hired Brodie Van Wagenen as his successor.

There's no indication of what will happen to Van Wagenen if Alderson takes over baseball operations, but the outlook isn't good for the former sports agent.

Cohen's purchase of the Mets for a reported $2.4-billion fee is pending approval from the league's owners. He needs 23 of the 30 owners to vote in his favor.

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