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Jerry Manuel gets increased role with MLB group

NEW YORK (AP) Former major league manager Jerry Manuel is taking on an increased role with Major League Baseball's on-field diversity task force.
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Jerry Manuel to help launch new college program

Former Mets and White Sox manager Jerry Manuel is taking on a new challenge helping build a college program near where he grew up in Northern California. William Jessup University, a private four-year college in the Sacramento area, announced Wednesday that it's starting a baseball team and Manuel will help launch the program in a director of baseball operations role. Recruiting...
Via AP on Fox
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Home is Where The Heart Is

Citi Field has been where the Mets play games as the home team. But, one of the biggest complaints from fans seems to be that the Mets are not truly home. Since 2009, when Citi Field first opened, these are the records for the Mets while playing there. 2009: 41-40 2010: 47-34 2011: 34-47 2012: 36-45 Overall: 158-166 (.488 Winning Percentage) Now outside of the 2010 season, which...
Via The Daily Stache
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Blast from the Past: Jerry Manuel As Mets Manager

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Via The Daily Stache
April 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Rockies interview Manuel, Mackanin, Williams for manager job

The Colorado Rockies interviewed Jerry Manuel, Pete Mackanin and Matt Williams for their vacant managerial job, the Denver Post reported Sunday. Manuel, 58, managed the Chicago White Sox from 1998-2003 and the New York Mets from 2008-10. Mackanin, 61, was fired as the Philadelphia Phillies bench coach after the team finished 81-81 this season. He was an interim manager for the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Mets Go For The Kill In Philly

The Mets have won 17 games this young season, ten of the come-from-behind variety and seven by one run. They have won six series, sweeping two. They go for the sweep today in Philadelphia. Doing so will represent another step in their development. Contending teams close out games and close out series. Winning a series winning two of three is great, but sweeping is better. Sweeping...
Via Mets Merized Online
May 09, 2012  |  Discuss

N.Y. Mets Clowning Out West

Fans of the New York Metropolitans haven't had much to celebrate in recent seasons. Their last winning record was 89-73 in 2008, after Jerry Manuel took over for Willie Randolph midseason. Compared to the doom and gloom many predicted for the Mets, the start of this young season has been a pleasant surprise for fans from Flushing.The Mets are three games over .500, trailing...
Via BAseball Reality Tour
April 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Mets ornament of the day: Jerry Manuel giving Santa the bunt sign

Jose Reyes got a lot of gruff for bunting in his last Mets at-bat, believing he wanted to snag one more base hit then scamper off to greener pastures with a batting title added to his resume.Not true. I think Jose was paying tribute to former manager Jerry Manuel. Manuel was known for his devotion to bunting. This made his managing pretty predictable.Man on first with no outs? Jerry...
Via Mets Guy in Michigan
December 22, 2011  |  Discuss

Who Is Going To Be The New York Mets Next Manager?

I think it is pretty safe to say now that the Mets will be looking for a new manger at the end of this season.  It has not been all Jerry Manuel's fault, injuries and unmeet expectations have really held the Mets back over these last two seasons.  So, who is going to be the next manager of this team?  People have thrown out names like Wally Backman, Bob Melvin, and Bobby Valentine...
Via Flushing's Finest
August 15, 2010  |  Discuss
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