Mike Puma of the New York Post added some more context to an earlier statement and reported that a team executive was happy with the team’s performance since June 18 and that it bodes well for Terry Collins whose contract expires at season’s end. (Link via MetsBlog)
“I think they’re doing a good job of sprinting to the finish line,” the official said.
On Monday, a Mets executive (I assume the same one) told Puma that he would be surprised if manager Terry Collins were replaced after the season.
Spoke to a Mets executive today who indicated he would be surprised if Collins is replaced after the season. Front office is happy with him.
— Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) July 29, 2013
It’s looking better and better for Terry these days…
Whether you’re satisfied with his performance or not, he’s making lots of friends in the front office who are firmly behind him….
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